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  1. President Trump uses at least two Apple iPhones

    The Apple iPhones are issued by White House Information Technology and the White House Communications Agency…

  2. Apple getting more ambitious in product placement in TV shows

    When it comes to placing products in shows, Apple is slowly moving from relying on surprising cameos to taking credited roles…

  3. Apple CEO Tim Cook tweets support for Austin employees facing serial bomber threat

    The latest of four bombings in the Austin area in the past 16 days has a ‘higher level of sophistication’ than the previous three…

  4. Companies scour social media for clues to your physical and mental health

    Your digital footprint — how often you post on social media, how quickly you scroll through your contacts…

  5. Twitter sort of denies allegations of employees reading direct messages

    On Monday, conservative activist and filmmaker James O’Keefe published undercover footage of Twitter engineers…

  6. Twitter issues statement regarding world leaders on Twitter

    There’s been a lot of discussion about political figures and world leaders on Twitter…

  7. U.S. Senate Democrat Al Franken decries Facebook’s and Google’s ‘unprecedented’ control of the press

    Al Franken has again raised alarms about how Facebook and Google are misusing the ‘unprecedented power’ they wield…

  8. Apple CEO Tim Cook: Russian Facebook ads didn’t elect President Trump

    As Washington lawmakers investigate how Russia exploited social media to influence the 2016 presidential election…

  9. Twitter to test double-sized 280-character tweets

    Trying to cram your thoughts into a Tweet – we’ve all been there, and it’s a pain…

  10. Ubiquiti unveils FrontRow, a new camera technology for easily capturing and sharing of life’s experiences

    FrontRow’s 55-gram form-factor was specifically designed to wear conveniently…

  11. Twitter fails to grow its audience, again; shares tumble

    Twitter Inc. failed to attract more monthly users in the second quarter, spooking investors…

  12. Apple CEO Cook opposes President Trump’s reinstatement of the military’s ban on transgender service members

    Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has issued guidance to military commanders…

  13. Apple CEO Cook To MIT grads: You must have hacked President Trump’s Twitter account

    Apple CEO Tim Cook poked fun at the president’s Twitter habit during his commencement speech at MIT on Friday…

  14. President Trump’s iPhone has only one third-party app: Twitter

    Top White House officials tell me the key to forcing a more disciplined President Trump…

  15. Twitter ends Do Not Track support, extends off-Twitter web browsing tracking

    When you visit a site that features a tweet button or an embedded tweet, Twitter…

  16. Apple debuts two new TV ads in their Twitter-themed ad campaign for iPad Pro

    Apple has debuted two new television commercials for the company’s iPad Pro…

  17. Apple debuts new Twitter-themed ad campaign for iPad Pro

    Apple today shared four new iPad Pro ads on its YouTube channel, which are focused on highlighting…

  18. How to watch the Inauguration of Donald J. Trump as 45th President of the United States

    On Friday, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States…

  19. Trigger app alerts when President-elect Trump tweets about your stocks

    The latest Trigger offering is aptly called the Trump Trigger…

  20. New Apple Report suggests governments everywhere are demanding customer data

    Apple has published the latest edition of its biannual report on Government Information Requests…

  21. Silicon Valley chiefs frozen out of President Trump’s White House

    In President-elect Donald J. Trump’s newly named kitchen cabinet of business advisers, Wall Street is in. Silicon Valley is out…

  22. Someone just used the Mirai botnet to knock an entire country offline

    Mirai just knocked an entire country offline…

  23. Beleaguered Twitter axes 9% of workforce, kills Vine video app

    Twitter Inc. posted another quarter of slowing revenue growth Thursday and said it would slash 9%…

  24. Supporters of WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange claim responsibility for knocking major sites offline

    Supporters of Wikileaks’ Julian Assange have claimed responsibility for taking down major websites Friday…

  25. Internet outage: A massive DDOS attack against Dyn DNS is causing havoc online

    A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against DynDNS is causing havoc online…

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