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Apple Pay Disables Payment Support From Sites Selling White Nationalist Apparel
Aug17

Apple Pay Disables Payment Support From Sites Selling White Nationalist Apparel

Apple is taking a stand against sites that sell products from white nationalists. It started on Wednesday when Apple confirmed that it did cut off support for several sites selling sweaters with Nazi logos or t-shirts with “white pride” phrase. After the demonstrations on Saturday, the MacBook-maker blocked white nationalist sites from using its payment system — Apple Pay. Apple Pay forbids any incorporation to sites that promote...

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Apple May Invest $1 Billion On Original Content
Aug16

Apple May Invest $1 Billion On Original Content

The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple is set to spend $1 billion for original TV series and movies next year. It’s planning to become a buyer of premium entertainment. Apple may acquire over ten premium TV series. Its company executives are already looking for prospects. In June, Apple hired Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, Sony Pictures TV chiefs. No idea who they are? They’re the people behind “The Blacklist” and “Breaking...

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iPhone 8 bezel-less design was leaked once again
Aug08

iPhone 8 bezel-less design was leaked once again

The upcoming iPhone 8 has an all-screen design and the latest leak confirms it   The release date of IPhone 8 is coming. And Apple has released – not intentionally – most of the phone’s aspects. We all knew that it will feature an all-screen display, but the latest leak for Evan Blass confirms it with a render that involves iPhone 8 and a third-party phone case, which is available for the iPhone 7. It is possibly the...

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Apple and Google move against binary trading apps
Aug03

Apple and Google move against binary trading apps

At the request of the Australian Securities & Investments Commission, Apple and Google have both removed over 300 binary trading apps from their respective online stores, Bloomberg reports. The request from ASIC came on the heels of various cases of fraud involving unlicensed operators of such apps, which the Commission believes encourages people to make bets. Bets are usually made on the possibility of currencies rising or...

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Apple Removes VPNs From App China Store
Jul29

Apple Removes VPNs From App China Store

Apple starts to ban any VPN apps from its App Store in China. The company stated that these apps contain illegal content in the country. Thus, they violate its policies. VPN providers are not happy about the censorship efforts. For several years, Apple rejected dozens of apps from its App Store. It’s known to follow rigorous policies in reviewing apps. For example, if your app mentions a word associated with piracy, don’t expect the...

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FruitFly Infects Hundreds Of Mac Computers – But No One Noticed
Jul25

FruitFly Infects Hundreds Of Mac Computers – But No One Noticed

For years, FruitFly is infecting hundreds of Mac computers. Unfortunately, no one noticed it until someone discovered it a few months ago. An ex-NSA hacker revealed that there’s a different strain of Fruitfly malware found on four computers. It was different from the malware discovered by Malwarebytes. Researchers considered the first strain of Fruitfly to be simple. The program’s goal was to monitor victims using webcams. It could...

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