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After an update on its Weather and Maps apps, Apple was slammed by Ukraine, which said the tech giant didn't "give a damn" about its pain.
Home & Living
Some have also suggested keeping keys in your refrigerator or microwave.
World News
Amnesty International said Tuesday that at least 106 protesters in 21 cities had been killed during unrest that broke out over a rise in fuel prices last week.
Wellness
Experts share their research-backed tips for spending less time on your phone.
Tech
Wozniak said the Apple Card gave him 10 times the credit limit his wife received.
Entertainment
Though the film landed in first place on domestic box office charts, the results are less than promising given the film’s $185 million budget.
Politics
The deal will reportedly rescue WeWork, and current chair Adam Neumann will exit with $1.7 billion.
Politics
Thirty-eight people violated security protocols around non-classified emails, the probe found.
World News
The senator argued TikTok is used by the Chinese government to censor politically sensitive content.
Tech
The tech company said the app violated its rules because it was used to ambush police and by criminals who used it to victimize residents in areas with no law enforcement.
Politics
The report recommended that Congress consider new laws requiring disclosure of who pays for election-related online advertising.
Sports
Daryl Morey quickly deleted a tweet which included an image captioned: “Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong.”
Politics
Microsoft revealed the hacks took place amid tensions between American and Iranian leadership.
Entertainment
“Today’s victory is a complete vindication."
Politics
Large tech companies have increasingly been on the defensive over lapses such as privacy breaches and outsized market influence.
Entertainment
Moviegoers, consisting mostly of older females, awarded the film with an A CinemaScore, the highest grade among this weekend’s new offerings.
U.S. News
Critics say the technology doesn't work properly on people with dark skin. The bill is now headed to Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk for his signature or a veto.
World News
The typhoon, one of the strongest to hit the Japanese capital in years, killed at least one woman and disrupted flights and public transportation across the city.
World News
The hacks are reportedly part of a wider cyber-espionage campaign targeting “high-value individuals” such as diplomats and foreign military personnel.
Politics
Experts worry local governments are ill-equipped to protect themselves, and that an undetected attack could potentially impact voting results.