The Death of iTunes? Apple expected to close Music App after 18 years

iTunes to be removed by Apple

Apple is expected to announce the closure of its long-time running music app iTunes during its worldwide developers conference (WWDC). The decision for this is speculated that the company will move away from the iPhone as its main product and develop… Continue Reading

Apple Defends Removal of Parental Control Apps over Privacy Laws

Apple remove 11 parental control apps

Apple has faced criticism for removing numerous parental control apps from its App Store. However, Apple have defended its decision, claiming the apps breached the rules on privacy and security. Developers of the apps have accused Apple of anti-competitive practices,… Continue Reading

Two Chinese students Accused of using Counterfeit iPhones to scam Apple

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Two Chinese students based in Oregon have been accused of using fake iPhones as part of a scam, which robbed Apple out of nearly $900,000 (£689,000) in revenue and iPhone replacements. According to court documents, the pair ordered the fake phones… Continue Reading

Disney Faces Class Action Lawsuit for Underpaying Female Employees

Disney Gender Pay Gap Lawsuit

Most would think valuing male staff over female staff would be something of the past, right? Not so, apparently, as the Walt Disney Co. are being sued over claims of underpaying their female staff by large margins. San Fransisco-based law… Continue Reading

Apple to Fix FaceTime “Eavesdropping” Bug

An issue has recently come to light regarding a bug in Apple’s FaceTime software. The bug would allow the user to call anyone with FaceTime, but you could immediately hear the audio coming from the other end, even before the… Continue Reading

Google Fined $57 million in France for Breaching EU Data Protection Rules

Search engine giant Google has been fined $57 million dollars (£44 million or €50 million) by the National Commission for Informatics and Liberties (CNIL) for breaching the EU’s data protection rules. The hefty fine comes after entertainment streaming companies, including other… Continue Reading

Apple at risk of Retaliatory Action by China following Arrest of Huawei Heiress

The chief financial officer of Huawei, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested on December 1st in Canada after allegedly breaking US sanctions on Iran and she faces extradition to the US. Whilst, China and Huawei insist Meng has not broken any laws,… Continue Reading

Donald Trump Signs Music Modernization Act Into Law

Yesterday, Donald Trump signed a legislative bill into law in order to protect the intellectual property of musicians – from songwriters to producers to engineers – safeguarding their work in the digital age from being excluded from royalties and revenue. By… Continue Reading

Twitter Permanently Bans Alex Jones & InfoWars In Affront To The 1st Amendment

Yesterday social media giant Twitter went the extra mile in pure totalitarian censorship moves to permanently ban InfoWars and Alex Jones from their platform, as well as Periscope. Last month, InfoWars was banned, and had their pages removed from Apple,… Continue Reading

Social Media Censorship Points to Imminent False Flag Attack Before Midterms

With the recent banning and censorship of InfoWars.com from YouTube, Facebook and across other social media platforms (apart from Twitter), there’s an ongoing Silicon Valley pledge to stop and censor conservative voices ahead of November’s midterm elections. Theorist and researcher,… Continue Reading