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Apple lets Telegram iOS update go through following Russia ban debacle

Apple has finally approved an updated version of the Telegram iOS app, after the secure messaging company’s chief executive complained yesterday that the iPhone maker was blocking updates worldwide due to a Telegram ban in Russia, reports Reuters.

The Russian government first ordered a ban on Telegram back in mid-April, citing Telegram’s refusal in an ongoing court battle to hand over encryption keys that would allow the country’s Federa…
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Following rejection, Phil Schiller says Apple is working with Valve to bring Steam Link to iOS

Earlier this week, Valve said that Apple had rejected its Steam Link application for iOS, despite initially approving it earlier this month. Now, in an email sent to a handful of frustrated Steam users, Apple senior VP Phil Schiller is addressing the situation…

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Uber suspended from autonomous vehicle testing in Arizona following fatal crash

Uber has been suspended from testing autonomous vehicles in the state of Arizona following last week’s fatal crash in the city of Tempe, according to the Associated Press. The accident, which occurred at night and coincided with autonomous test driver Rafaela Vasquez looking down right before the moment of impact, left pedestrian 4…
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Pixar co-founder takes leave of absence following misconduct allegations

Pixar co-founder John Lasseter has become the latest high profile person to be accused of inappropriate behavior toward women. In a statement released today, Lasseter apologized for his alleged pattern of showering female employees with hugs and that he’s taking a six-month leave of absence. As Chief Creative Officer of both Disney and Pixar, Lasseter […]

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Following ‘false alarm,’ BLU smartphones are back on Amazon

After the recent report that claimed that some BLU smartphones were sending personal user data to China, Amazon pulled BLU devices from its virtual shelves. Now the phones are back on Amazon and the all-clear has been given.

BLU has announced that its products have returned to Amazon. The company says that the security issue that caused its phones to be yanked from Amazon was a “false alarm.”

BLU responded to the security concerns earlier this week, saying that the data that its phones collect “is standard for OTA functionality and basic informational recording” and that “this is in line with every other smartphone device manufacturer in the world.” The company …
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Apple Resumes Selling Nokia’s Digital Health Products Following Settled Legal Dispute

Apple today resumed carrying Nokia’s digital health products on its online store in the United States and Canada, nearly two months after reaching a business cooperation agreement with the Finnish company.


The products available to purchase again include Nokia’s Body Cardio Scale, Body+ Scale, BPM+ Blood Pressure Monitor, and Thermo Thermometer. Each of the accessories were previously sold under Withings, but Nokia retired the Withings brand last month, roughly one year after acquiring the French co…
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Following acquisition, Apple refunding customers who recently purchased Workflow

Last week, it was revealed that Apple had acquired popular iOS quotation tool Workflow. After the acquisition, Apple made the app free on the App Store, angering some users who had just purchased the app. To remedy this, however, Apple today has started reimbursing customers who purchased Workflow over recent weeks.

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