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Twitter acts on congressman’s tweet as Facebook staff protest lack of action

After placing one of President Trump’s tweets behind a warning that it glorifies violence, Twitter acts again to do the same to a congressman’s tweet, and for the same reason. Both tweets relate to protests against the killing of George Floyd by a now-dismissed police officer who has been charged with manslaughter. Rep. Matt Gaetz […]

May 11

[Update: More] Video: Tim Cook delivers virtual commencement address to Ohio State graduates

Update 5/11: iHeartMedia has announced today that Tim Cook will take part in its special podcast “Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020.” The episodes will be released on May 15. As expected, Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered Ohio State’s virtual commencement address today. In the address, which was shared on YouTube, Cook calls on graduates […]

April 27

Former Apple lawyer fights insider trading charges, calling them unconstitutional

Gene Levoff, Apple’s former director of corporate law and corporate security, continues to fight back against allegations of insider trading. Levoff was indicted back in October, and Bloomberg now reports that he’s asking for the indicted to be dismissed.

April 15

App-based remote doctor’s appointments booming during coronavirus crisis

Consumers are increasingly turning to apps that offer them remote doctor’s appointments during the coronavirus crisis, say health providers …

April 20

How to set your Mac or computer display at the right height to avoid or fix neck pain

We previously took a look at how to sit properly at your computer to avoid back pain and fatigue. Continuing on with the theme for improved well-being while working at desks, couches, and more, let’s dive into another important aspect of posture: head and neck position and how to set your computer display at the right height to avoid pain.

April 16

Apple shuttle drivers still being paid, but union had ‘trouble’ with company

Apple shuttle drivers – the people who drive the buses who normally ferry staff to work – are still being paid their full wages during the coronavirus shutdown, but the Teamsters union says that it had more trouble agreeing with the iPhone maker than any other tech company …

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