Tuesday,
25 June 2019

Apple

iOS 13, iPadOS, MacOS Catalina available for public beta testing (4)
Shara Tibken 17 mins ago Trump: Fresh US sanctions on Iran will target leader Driver in motorcycle crash charged with 7 homicides © Apple The public can now download a beta version of Apple's iOS 13 iPhone software. If you're feeling adventurous, you can now download the beta version of Apple's upcoming MacOS Catalina, iOS 13 and iPadOS software.
Apple says it collects fee on less than 1% of Spotify users (3)
Stephen Nellis (Reuters) - Music streaming service Spotify Technology SA pays Apple Inc a 15% fee on about 680,000 of its 100 million premium customers, Apple disclosed in a response to Spotify's complaint with European antitrust regulators. FILE PHOTO: The Spotify logo hangs on the facade of the New York Stock Exchange with U.S.
Bill Gates believes Microsoft's lost out on $400B by losing the smartphone market (9)
Ivan 24 June 2019 Microsoft Apple Google Android During a talk with venture capital company Village Global Bill Gates admitted that he regrets that Microsoft didn't beat Google to create the "standard non-Apple phone platform". In his own words, "In the software world, particularly for platforms, these are winner-take-all markets.
Democrats: Ex-Commerce aide said Ross asked him to examine adding census citizenship question (3)
By Jacqueline Thomsen - 06/25/19 09:41 AM EDT Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee revealed Tuesday that a former Commerce Department official said Commerce Secretary Wilbur RossWilbur Louis RossDemocrats: Ex-Commerce aide said Ross asked him to examine adding census citizenship question Apple in front lines of Trump trade war Supreme Court set to deliver ruling on census citizenship
Jobs at Apple: New engineering hub in Seattle plans to hire 2,000 employees (4)
Apple promises to make Seattle a "key hub" for software and hardware developers. By Liam Tung | June 25, 2019 - 13:02 GMT (14:02 BST) Apple CEO lambasts Silicon Valley for not owning up to privacy mistakes Time for tech companies to take responsibility for the digital privacy mess they're created, says Apple chief.
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