In today’s top stories, a report says Apple may let people choose third-party apps as their defaults on iPhones and iPads. Meanwhile, Twitter adds a feature that lets you connect your tweets.
The company said Rakesh “Rocky” Sharma showed up at Cook’s home with champagne and flowers.
A leaked demo shows bright orange labels beneath the tweets.
The state’s attorney general says Google gathered the personal information from Chromebooks the company provided for free.
Apple could unveil its next batch of products on Tuesday, March 31, according to the latest rumors.
Passengers can complain about “harsh braking,” “inappropriate remarks” and other elements of their rides. Drivers fear the system may lead to fraudulent claims.
The tech giant is transferring control of UK Google accounts to the US and out of the jurisdiction of EU privacy regulators. But the GDPR will still apply.
Today’s major tech stories include exclusive pictures of a TCL slide-out concept phone, TikTok’s addition of parental…
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