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Apple CEO will meet with Donald Trump to try to avoid ‘commercial war’

Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, will meet tomorrow with US President Donald Trump at a meeting that the press will not have access to. According to Fortune, Cook’s purpose with the meeting will be to try to dissuade the president from fomenting a “trade war” between the US and China. Apple ...

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Apple may launch more than a new iPhone soon

Apple may launch more than one iPhone in the coming months. Documents found on the website of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), the regulatory body for Eastern European and North Asian countries, Apple prepares more than one device with iOS 11. The documents, found by French website Consomac, indicate 11 ...

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Cambridge Analytica may have collected more data than Facebook thought

The scandal involving Facebook’s misrepresentation has gained further momentum on Tuesday, the 17-year estimate that 87 million people have been hit by the Cambridge Analytica scandal may well be less than the real number. Who says this is Brittany Kaiser, a former employee of the commercial department of Cambridge Analytica. ...

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Chinese manufacturer promises 5G smartphone for 2019

The fifth generation of mobile phone is coming, and a Chinese company already promises to launch a device compatible with the new networks in 2019. Huawei said that the company’s first 5G smartphone will hit the market in the second half of next year. The 5G commercial networks are still ...

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Youtuber of criptomoedas is hacked and loses US$ 2 million

Ian Balina, a youtuber who dedicated his channel to talking about crypto-coins and ICOs, was hacked yesterday while making a live broadcast on Google’s video platform. In total, according to The Next Web, Balina lost more than US$ 2 million in virtual tokens. The robbery happened while Balina made a ...

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Twitter faces instability for the second time in 11 days

Twitter went through a severe instability on Tuesday morning, 17, around the world. The Down Detector site reported almost 7,000 complaints. The effects were more felt in the United States and Europe, which had problems loading the social network through the browser on the PC and the app on the ...

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US Navy accused of hacking software

The US Navy is being accused of using pirated software on its premises, in addition to stealing high-speed ship design. Two companies say they have intellectual property violated by the military in lawsuits in the United States. One of the lawsuits is filed by the German company Bitmanagement. In 2011, ...

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text is released in which Apple threatens to imprison employees who leak information

Fearing further spills of iPhone specs, Apple sent a rather subtle memo to its employees in the last week. In the text, the company warns that the behavior of leaking information about the product can lead to layoffs and even arrests. Ironically, the statement leaked to Bloomberg. “People who leaked ...

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Facebook users have not changed privacy settings after scandal

Since the Facebook scandal with Cambridge Analytica surfaced, the social network has already announced a number of changes to the rules and privacy settings of users’ data. However, according to The Wall Street Journal, most users have yet to change their privacy settings. Facebook’s global marketing solutions vice president Carolyn ...

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Apple says 12 employees have been arrested for leaking information

Technology companies are often rigid with leaks of confidential information. As reported to Bloomberg, Apple had 12 employees arrested for leaking project information to the press. In a memorandum distributed to employees who accidentally leaked, the company warned its employees not to disclose internal information about future plans, in addition ...

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