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Mark Zuckerberg joins the Apple bashing: It is ‘problematic for one company to control what kind of app experiences get onto a device’

Mark Zuckerberg joins the Apple bashing: It is 'problematic for one company to control what kind of app experiences get onto a device'

Mark Zuckerberg has joined the Apple-bashing party. Just hours after Spotify Technology Inc. SPOT, +5.75% Chief Executive Daniel Ek went off on Twitter, charging that Apple “gives itself every advantage while at the same time stifling innovation and hurting consumers,” it was Zuck’s turn. “Apple has sort of singled themselves out as the only company …

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Apple, Manchester United, Activision Blizzard and more

Apple, Manchester United, Activision Blizzard and more

Microsoft logo is seen on a smartphone placed on displayed Activision Blizzard logo in this illustration taken January 18, 2022. Dado Ruvic | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday. Apple — Apple’s stock shed 2% on Friday after protests occurred at the iPhone maker’s major Foxconn supplier in China earlier …

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Matter will make it easier to build a Google, Amazon or Apple smart home

Matter will make it easier to build a Google, Amazon or Apple smart home

Soon it will be easier to buy gadgets that work with your smart home. Hispanolistic | E+ | Getty Images Imagine asking Apple’s Siri to turn off your Amazon Fire TV. Thanks to a new standard called Matter, soon most smart home devices from different brands will work together. Matter, backed by the biggest names …

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Microsoft withdraws Internet Explorer and ends support

Microsoft withdraws Internet Explorer and ends support

Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates announces a new version of Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP and that Microsoft would include Windows AntiSpyware technology at no extra charge, during his keynote address at RSA Conference 2005 in San Francisco, Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005. The two new enhancements will lead to safer Web browsing according to …

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Why technology spending will rise even as stocks tank, layoffs mount

Why technology spending will rise even as stocks tank, layoffs mount

Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images After the recent earnings from big technology companies and the mounting layoff headlines in the sector, tech investors can be excused for feeling a little confused: Is the tech-led economy about to fall off a recessionary cliff? Stocks like Amazon.com and Microsoft got pounded after missing analysts’ growth forecast …

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How To Use iCloud Photos on Non-Apple Devices

How To Use iCloud Photos on Non-Apple Devices

You can get to iCloud Photos on Android, via a web browser.screenshot: android With its push into services that cover music, video, fitness and more, Apple has been removing some of the bricks around its walled garden, allowing Windows and Android users access to more of its apps and products—including iCloud Photos. There’s now a …

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These devices and apps offer and support Center Stage

These devices and apps offer and support Center Stage

Article Hero Picture AppleInsider may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on our site. Center Stage allows your iPad to use its Ultra Wide camera and follow you when you move around to keep you in the central frame, though it is not offered on all Apple devices. Here are …

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Europe telco industry pushes Big Tech to pay for building the internet

Europe telco industry pushes Big Tech to pay for building the internet

In Europe, the battle between US Big Tech companies and telecommunications firms has reached fever pitch. Telecom groups are pushing European regulators to consider implementing a framework where the companies that send traffic along their networks are charged a fee to help fund mammoth upgrades to their infrastructure, something known as the “sender pays” principle. …

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