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Netflix Tests New System That Lets It Avoid Paying Apple Netflix Tests New System That Lets It Avoid Paying Apple

Netflix is reportedly looking to become the latest tech giant to avoid paying out fees to Apple’s App Store. If you find yourself unable to access your account through the app on your Apple device, you may need to re-signup through a browser. For Apple’s cash cow service, this is bad news.

Apple Reportedly Kills Off Thousands of Apps in China Because They're 'Illegal' Apple Reportedly Kills Off Thousands of Apps in China Because They're 'Illegal'

Apple has reportedly pulled thousands of apps from its App Store in China, possibly in response to pressure from government-run media outlets in recent weeks.

Apple Store in Amsterdam Reportedly Evacuated After iPad Battery Exploded Apple Store in Amsterdam Reportedly Evacuated After iPad Battery Exploded

An Apple store in Amsterdam’s Leidseplein square was briefly evacuated after an explosion believed to be the result of an overheating iPad battery resulted in leaking vapors, Dutch broadcaster AT5 as well as Dutch blog iCulture reported.

Apple Hacked by Biggest Teen Fan: Report Apple Hacked by Biggest Teen Fan: Report

A teenager in Melbourne, Australia, is facing criminal charges after he reportedly hacked Apple’s secure computer network multiple times.

Don't Get Nostalgic for This 20th Anniversary: Apple's iMac G3 Was an Awful Computer Don't Get Nostalgic for This 20th Anniversary: Apple's iMac G3 Was an Awful Computer

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the iMac G3, the original iMac that was designed by Jony Ive and was one of the first computers released by Steve Jobs after he rejoined Apple in 1997. It launched on August 15th, 1998.

Twitter Suspends Alex Jones for 7 Days, Leaves InfoWars Account Active [Update: InfoWars Has Been Suspended] Twitter Suspends Alex Jones for 7 Days, Leaves InfoWars Account Active [Update: InfoWars Has Been Suspended]

Alex Jones, America’s most unhinged vitamin salesman, has been temporarily suspended from Twitter. The social media company has sent Jones to what users call “Twitter jail,” meaning that he can’t publish any tweets for the next seven days. The InfoWars Twitter account, which has just over 400,000 followers, is still…

Turkey's President Calls for Boycott of American Electronics Like the iPhone as Trade War Heats Up Turkey's President Calls for Boycott of American Electronics Like the iPhone as Trade War Heats Up

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that the country of 81 million people will boycott American consumer electronics, including Apple’s iPhone. The declaration comes as a trade war between the United States and Turkey has caused the Turkish currency, the lira, to plummet over the past few days, sending…

Vimeo Removes InfoWars Content as Alex Jones Seeks Friendly Channels for His Media Empire Vimeo Removes InfoWars Content as Alex Jones Seeks Friendly Channels for His Media Empire

With few places to turn, Alex Jones started publishing videos more frequently at Vimeo last week. But it looks like he’s not wanted there either. Vimeo deleted a number of InfoWars videos over the weekend, citing violations of its terms of service.

Hey, Look Who's Still Schmoozing With the President Hey, Look Who's Still Schmoozing With the President

Apple CEO Tim Cook has gotten a lot out of schmoozing with Donald Trump, from massive, inequality-fueling tax cuts that paved the way for a massive Apple stock buyback to some kind of vague and probably bad-faith guarantee that the president won’t suck the company into his pointless U.S.-China trade war. Likewise,…

Twitter Admits Alex Jones Broke Its Rules, Still Standing by Their Man for Some Dumb Reason Twitter Admits Alex Jones Broke Its Rules, Still Standing by Their Man for Some Dumb Reason

Twitter, one of the few tech platforms that has refused to ban conspiracy shitposter and Infowars grifter kingpin Alex Jones, admitted on Friday that he had a history of posts that were in clear violation of the site’s terms of service but still won’t terminate his accounts, CNN reported.

The Best Way to Upgrade Your Cheap, Crappy Earbuds

Listen, I get it. Your phone came with a pair of earbuds, and you’ve been using them every day, because they’re fine. Things could be so much better, my friend. Sometimes in life, it’s worth splurging on on a thing you use a lot. And upgrading from your tinny, terrible earbuds to proper headphones is one of those…

Facebook 'Unpublishes' InfoWars Pages as Social Media Companies Crack Down on Hate Speech Facebook 'Unpublishes' InfoWars Pages as Social Media Companies Crack Down on Hate Speech

Facebook has “unpublished” four pages belonging to InfoWars in a move that could financially devastate the conspiracy theory empire. Facebook is avoiding the word “ban,” since InfoWars can appeal the decision, unlike Apple’s recent move to ban InfoWars podcasts, something that’s understood to be permanent.

Apple Bans Most InfoWars Podcasts Over Hate Speech Apple Bans Most InfoWars Podcasts Over Hate Speech

Alex Jones is no longer welcome at Apple. The trillion dollar company has removed five of the six podcasts produced by InfoWars, the conspiracy theory empire that Jones founded to spread misinformation. Podcasts like “The Alex Jones Show” and “War Room” have been pulled from all of Apple’s directories, but the company…

Apple's Sole Main Processor Supplier Just Got Hit With a Computer Virus Apple's Sole Main Processor Supplier Just Got Hit With a Computer Virus

A computer virus infected systems at multiple Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) factories on Friday night, disrupting operations at precisely the same time it is attempting to ramp up production for tech giant Apple’s future lines of iPhones, Bloomberg reported.

Apple May Be the First Trillion-Dollar Company, but Can You Believe the 2001 Brendan Fraser Film Monkeybone Isn’t on Netflix?? Apple May Be the First Trillion-Dollar Company, but Can You Believe the 2001 Brendan Fraser Film Monkeybone Isn’t on Netflix??

Just 21 years after facing near-bankruptcy, Apple Inc. just became the first publicly traded company in history to be worth $1 trillion. This means that Apple’s market cap is roughly the same as the nominal GDP for Mexico, the world’s 15th largest economy, according to the United Nations. It’s a meaningless milestone…

Apple Kills App Affiliate Program In Pointless Dick Move Apple Kills App Affiliate Program In Pointless Dick Move

Apple is just one little bump away from being the world’s first trillion-dollar public company and following another solid earnings report, it’s announced that it will punish some of the people who helped build its success. Affiliates who’ve promoted apps and taken a small cut of the purchase price are being pushed…

How to Choose a Laptop for Less Than $500 How to Choose a Laptop for Less Than $500

Between the $330 iPad and the $400 Surface Go, it seems like the budget end of the computer spectrum is finally getting some attention. And it’s about damn time. As portable computers like laptops, and some tablets, have become the primary device people turn to to get work done, the price of top machines has stayed…

That Time Bandits TV Show Is Apparently Finally Happening That Time Bandits TV Show Is Apparently Finally Happening

In the early 1980s, Terry Gilliam’s time-travel fantasy Time Bandits was considered so risky that at first, nobody wanted to fund it. Of course, it ended up being a critical and commercial hit that’s still beloved today—so much so that Apple wants to turn it into a TV series.

Amid Massive Court Battle, Qualcomm Says Apple Won't Be Using Its Modems in the Next iPhone Amid Massive Court Battle, Qualcomm Says Apple Won't Be Using Its Modems in the Next iPhone

Chip manufacturer Qualcomm confirmed in a conference call on Wednesday that it does not believe Apple, with whom it has been locked in a vicious, escalating court battle over royalties and patents since 2017, will use its modems in its next generation of iPhones.

Apple Promises Fix for Throttled MacBook Pros, But That Might Not Solve Everything Apple Promises Fix for Throttled MacBook Pros, But That Might Not Solve Everything

After numerous reports popped up claiming that Apple’s recently refreshed MacBook Pro were suffering from lackluster performance, in a statement released today, Apple officially confirmed issues related to excessive heat generation in new MBPs and promised that the company will release a patch to address the problem…

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