· Apple CEO Tim Cook met with the chief of China's market regulator on Thursday in Beijing.
· Cook and Xiao Yaqing, the head of China's State Administration for Market Regulation, discussed topics.. Business Insider - Published
Teens are speaking out on Reddit about how their parents have become obsessed with a sophisticated tracking app called Life360.The teenagers have shared screenshots of conversations with their parents.. New Zealand Herald - Published
As Apple faces pushback over its decision to remove a Hong Kong protest tracking app from the App Store, a new report from BuzzFeed News says that Apple’s efforts also extend to Apple TV+. According.. 9to5Mac - Published
Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook on Thursday defended the iPhone maker's decision to remove from its app store a police-tracking app used by protesters in Hong Kong, according to a copy of a letter.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Newsmax •Reuters
Watch VideoAn app that Hong Kong protesters have been using to track police activity is no longer available in Apple's digital store.
The crowdsourced mapping app is called HKmap.live. Apple said.. Newsy - Published Also reported by •euronews •Reuters •Reuters India •Jerusalem Post •BBC News
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1. *China is reportedly weighing a currency pact in return for tariff suspensions as US trade talks kick off.* US officials Robert Lighthizer and Steve Mnuchin will.. Business Insider - Published
· *It looks like Apple has kow-towed to Chinese censorship demands twice this week, taking an app off the App Store which lets Hong Kong protesters track police activity, and the app for US.. Business Insider - Published
iPhone manufacturer Apple has removed a smartphone app criticized by China for aiding anti-government protesters in Hong Kong. Apple said the app had "been used to target and ambush police." Deutsche Welle - Published