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Apple asks Indian regulator not to ban iPhones in spam row, gets hostile response

7 days ago   |   By 9to5Mac

The row between Apple and the Indian government over an anti-spam app has intensified. Apple was last month warned that it had six months to comply with the government's demands, or have iPhones banned from Indian networks.
In the latest development, a letter from Apple asking for the threat to be withdrawn has been rejected...
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Drake Is The First Artist To Surpass 50 Billion Streams

Drake Is The First Artist To Surpass 50 Billion Streams

7 days ago   |   By Ubergizmo

As a musician, Drake seems to be breaking a lot of records. Last month his latest album managed to smash records on both Apple Music and Spotify , and it was also reported that his album had been streamed over a billion times in its first week. Thanks to those accomplishments, Drake has managed to break yet another record. In a report from Billboard , it seems that Drake has become the first artist in the world to surpass 50 billion streams. This was confirmed by his record label where the total number of streams across global platforms totalled to a very impressive 50 billion streams...
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Comment: Facebook has, ironically, raised the privacy stakes for Apple

Comment: Facebook has, ironically, raised the privacy stakes for Apple

7 days ago   |   By 9to5Mac

Apple has long sought to protect the personal data of its customers, but that reputation was probably most cemented in the minds of the public by the way the company stood up to the FBI. Refusing to compromise its stance on iOS security even in the face of a legal demand by the highest federal law enforcement agency in the land sent an extremely strong message.
But Bloomberg yesterday ran a piece questioning Apple's commitment to privacy...
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Verizon's unlimited data customers get six months of Apple Music free

Verizon's unlimited data customers get six months of Apple Music free

7 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

Verizon has partnered with Apple to give customers on its unlimited data plans a free six-month subscription to Apple Music. That's a pretty good deal considering Apple Music's usual free trial period lasts just three months. The deal isn't just for new customers - anyone on a Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited or Above Unlimited plan is eligible. If you already have an Apple Music subscription, that's fine too - you just won't be charged for the service for six months after the promotion starts on August 16. You'll be able to access your Apple Music account on any device - not just an Apple...
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Google's Play Store Gets Network Download Options

Google's Play Store Gets Network Download Options

Due to certain apps having huge file sizes, it was understandable that companies such as Apple and Google placed some restrictions on file downloads over cellular networks... Read more ...

Tips for making Launchpad a useful app launcher for Mac

Tips for making Launchpad a useful app launcher for Mac

As part of Apple's “Back to the Mac” event in late 2010, Apple introduced OS X Lion which included lots of features and user interface decisions inspired by the iPhone and... Read more ...

Twitter Explains API Changes to Employees as Limits for Third-Party Apps Go Live

Twitter Explains API Changes to Employees as Limits for Third-Party Apps Go Live

Twitter's API changes went live today, disabling key features for third-party apps like Tweetbot and Twitterific . The new API removes timeline streaming, preventing... Read more ...

Top 10 Android Apps - Back To School - August 2018

Top 10 Android Apps - Back To School - August 2018

It's that time of year again - back to school. It's a time for students and parents alike to get organized, get on the ball, and get into a learning mindset. It's also a time... Read more ...

Google updates Firebase with In-App Messaging, new Crashlytics integrations...

Google updates Firebase with In-App Messaging, new Crashlytics integrations, and tools improvements

Google today updated Firebase, its service for helping developers build apps for Android, iOS, and the web. Firebase has gained an In-App Messaging feature, new Crashlytics... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: 4th Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Drop Flip, Hatchi...

Today's Apps Gone Free: 4th Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Drop Flip, Hatchi and More

Increase vocabulary comprehension, get the ball into the bucket, and raise a Hatchi monster with today's collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at... Read more ...

HTC's Viveport app store is adding support for Oculus Rift

HTC's Viveport app store is adding support for Oculus Rift

HTC is adding Oculus Rift support to its Viveport app store. Developers can choose to mark their games as Rift-compatible from today, and Rift owners will be able to start... Read more ...

Wear OS Apps Will Now Be Put Through Mandatory Review Process

Wear OS Apps Will Now Be Put Through Mandatory Review Process

In what appears to be a bid to improve the quality of apps available for Wear OS , Google has announced that all Wear OS apps submitted by developers will now go through a... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: 4th Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Drop Flip, Hatchi...

Today's Apps Gone Free: 4th Grade Vocabulary Challenge, Drop Flip, Hatchi and More

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Twitter kills third-party push notifications and auto timeline refresh

Twitter kills third-party push notifications and auto timeline refresh

Despite months of protests from both users and developers, Twitter is today killing third-party app access to some of its most popular features, including push notifications... Read more ...