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Former employees say Apple stood by while suppliers violated Chinese labor laws

Apple has been complicit in its suppliers’ violations of Chinese labor laws, according to a report from The Information. Suppliers have periodically filled their factories with temporary workers or “dispatch

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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 will reportedly launch on January 14th

Samsung’s next flagship smartphone lineup, the Galaxy S21 series, will launch globally on January 14th, Android Authority is reporting. The date was revealed by Samsung’s largest mobile experience store in

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Apple’s MagSafe wallet now has competition that’s cheaper and packs more features

MOFT is a company that’s made iPhone accessories in the past, and it’s now releasing a competitor to Apple’s $50 MagSafe wallet. MOFT’s version, which goes on sale today, costs

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Shopping is coming to Instagram Reels globally, turning the whole app into a catalog

Instagram is covering its app with shopping content. Today, the company announced that shopping is rolling out to Reels, its TikTok copycat product, around the world. It announced a test

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Leica’s SL2-S trades resolution for speed and sensitivity

Leica is expanding its line of full-frame interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras with the new SL2-S. As its name implies, the SL2-S is a variation of the SL2 that came out

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Facebook outage disrupted Messenger and Instagram DMs

You might have run into trouble messaging someone on Facebook or Instagram this morning. A service outage took down Facebook Messenger and Instagram DMs for many users, with new messages

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The good and the bad in the government’s case against Facebook

I.After writing about the potential breakup of Facebook for years, it’s somewhat surreal for me to see the prospect actually arrive. But it’s here: the Federal Trade Commission voted 3-2

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