- Apple strikes back, bringing legal action against Russia's market regulator.
- Facing hostile Chinese authorities, Apple's CEO signed a $275 billion deal with them.
- Apple planning redesigned iPad Pro, high-end iMac, new Mac Pro, more for 2022.
- App Store Awards honor the best apps and games of 2021.
- U.S. State Department phones were hacked with Israeli company spyware.
- Popular family safety app Life360 is selling precise location data on its tens of millions of users.
- Apple AirTag is linked to the increasing number of car thefts.
- Type "let is now" on the Apple Store app for a holiday Easter egg.
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- Andy's Pick: "How to deal with a site with a broken certificate"
- Alex's Pick: PromptSmart
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- Facing Hostile Chinese Authorities, Apple CEO Signed $275 Billion Deal With Them
- App Store Awards honor the best apps and games of 2021
- U.S. State Department phones hacked with Israeli company spyware - sources
- The Popular Family Safety App Life360 Is Selling Precise Location Data on Its Tens of Millions of Users
- Apple strikes back, taking Russia’s market regulator to court
- Gurman: Apple planning redesigned iPad Pro, high-end iMac, new Mac Pro, more for 2022
- Apple AirTag Linked to Increasing Number of Car Thefts, Canadian Police Report
- Type ‘let it snow’ on the Apple Store app for a holiday Easter egg
- Casey Neistat: Filmmaking
- "How to deal with a site with a broken certificate"