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TechCrunchJun 04, 2020
Daily Crunch: Snapchat says it won't promote Trump
Snapchat is the latest social media company to take on the president, Fitbit gets approval for its emergency ventilator and we review the new Sonos soundbar. Here's your Daily Crunch for June 4, 2020. 1. Snapchat is no longer promoting Trump's posts Snap announced that it will not be promoting content from President Donald Trump's […]

ComputerWorldJun 04, 2020
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'Speaking up on racism'
In an important intervention, Apple CEO Tim Cook has published an open letter on the company's website in which he speaks up on racism following tragic events emanating from Minneapolis.

Face the challenge of change Responding to the "senseless killing" of George Floyd, Cook pulls no punches, pointing to the longer history of racism.

Observing that discrimination persists across many parts of life, including criminal justice, health and access to education and services, Cook states:

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Apple Watch Series 3 is on sale for $179 (Engadget)
Apple Suppliers Reportedly Developing OLED Displays With Low-Power LTPO Tech for 2021 iPhones (Mac Rumors)

TechCrunchJun 04, 2020
Twitter has a record-breaking week as users looked for news of protests and COVID-19
Civil unrest due to the nationwide George Floyd protests drove Twitter to see a record number of new installs this week, according to data from two app store intelligence firms, Apptopia and Sensor Tower. While the firms' exact findings differed in terms of the total number of new downloads or when records were broken, the […]

Fox Technology newsJun 04, 2020
As coronavirus pandemic continues, Fitbit granted emergency use approval for ventilator
Fitbit announced on Wednesday that it has become the latest entity to be granted emergency use approval by the FDA to help with the coronavirus pandemic, getting the nod for a new ventilator.

CNET How ToJun 04, 2020
What happens if my stimulus check is a no-show? Here's what you can do - CNET
Are you worried the IRS sent your payment to the wrong address or bank account, or somehow your is check is missing? You're not alone. Here's what to do.

Mac RumorsJun 04, 2020
Apple CEO Tim Cook on George Floyd's Death: We Must Aim Far Higher Than a 'Normal' Future
Apple CEO Tim Cook today shared an open letter addressing the death of George Floyd while in police custody last month, referring to the "senseless killing" as "shocking and tragic proof that we must aim far higher than a 'normal' future."

GizmodoJun 04, 2020
Signal's Proving Why It's The Protestor's App Of Choice
To put it bluntly, there are plenty of folks with good reason to be scared right now. As more and more of us continue to peacefully protest the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, uniformed officers are turning literal weapons of war against us, leaving an untold number of protestors, reporters, and bystanders…


CNET NewsJun 04, 2020
Further tech giants pledge funds, voice to fight racial injustice - CNET
Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and others are promising millions of dollars to support civil rights groups.

Mac RumorsJun 04, 2020
Deals: Apple Watch Series 3 Available for $179 on Amazon
Amazon has the 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS) for $179.00 today, down from $199.00. This device is available in the Silver Aluminum Case option with a White Sport Band, as well as the Space Gray Aluminum Case with a Black Sport Band.

Apple Hires Amazon Video Executive to Lead Apple TV Sports Division (Mac Rumors)

CNET NewsJun 04, 2020
Encrypted messaging app Signal adds facial recognition protection for protesters - CNET
Signal adds a blur tool that can obscure faces.

Reuters TechnologyJun 04, 2020
Ex-Apple engineers aim to help U.S. hardware makers troubleshoot from home
For years, hardware engineers at American consumer electronics firms have hopped on a flight to China to iron out manufacturing kinks on assembly lines, but the COVID-19 pandemic and Sino-U.S. tensions have made travel between the countries difficult.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJun 04, 2020
Hong Kong criminalises insulting Chinese national anthem
Hong Kong lawmakers approved a bill on Thursday that would criminalise insults to China's national anthem, as protesters defied a ban on a vigil for the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. Offenders will face three years in jail and fines as high as HK$50,000 (£5,160). The proposal passed with 41 in favour and one opposed after pro-democracy lawmakers staged protests, dropping stink bombs in the chamber and shouting as votes were cast. The ruling came as Hong Kong ramped up police presence after a vigil commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre was banned for the first time. Authorities cited social distancing measures, even though schools and bars have reopened. Metal barricades went up in Victoria Park to bar people from gathering to remember lives lost when the military gunned down peaceful pro-democracy demonstrators in Tiananmen Square, seen as a threat to the ruling Communist Party. After three decades, the Chinese government still has not acknowledged the event where hundreds, possibly thousands, died. Instead, Beijing has worked hard to erase it from history, a campaign that accelerates each year around the anniversary.

EngadgetJun 04, 2020
Signal adds a face blurring tool its secure messaging app
Encrypted chat app Signal is rolling out a new feature to help its users stay anonymous: face blurring. Developed in response to the ongoing Black Lives Matter demonstrations taking place around the world, the feature is included in the latest versio...

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJun 03, 2020
'Angry and appalled': Former defence secretary James Mattis launches blistering attack on Trump for response to protests
James Mattis, the former defence secretary who resigned from Donald Trump's administration in 2018, staged a rare intervention on Wednesday to criticise the president for his response to nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd.Writing in The Atlantic, he said he was "appalled" at Mr Trump's actions and accused the president of using the military to violate the constitutional rights of Americans.

Mac RumorsJun 03, 2020
Google Improves Security Key Support on iOS Devices
Google today announced native support for the W3C WebAuthn implementation for Google Accounts on Apple devices running iOS 13.3 and above, which improves the security key experience on iOS and allows more security key types to be used with Google accounts and Google's Advanced Protection Program.

Google makes it easier to use security keys on iOS devices (Engadget)
Apple Releases iOS and iPadOS 13.5.1 With Security Fixes (Mac Rumors)
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