Japan Fair Trade Commission closes App Store investigation

“Reader” apps around the world link to an external website to set up or manage an account beginning early next year. The Japan Fair Trade Commission has closed an investigation, that will allow Apple to update coming to the App Store. The update will allow developers of “reader” apps to…

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Customer privacy and security need to take centre stage

Portable location trackers catch on. The recent buzz around bluetooth-enabled location trackers, largely due to Apple’s Airtags, has placed this technology in the spotlight, notes analyst firm GlobalData. Customers now need to be made aware of what private data these devices can gather and share because the buzz is likely…

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Tech demand powers Taiwan export order growth to two-year high

Overall, unencrypted, cleartext protocols are still the rule on how information flows around the world. Taiwan’s export orders grew at their fastest pace in nearly two years in June, boosted by strong demand for telecommuting products such as laptops, as the coronavirus pandemic forced millions of people around the world…

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Innovating in a time of constraints, Steve Wozniak

Apple co-founder talks about important issues during this difficult time. As the pandemic chaos tails off and CIOs start to come out of ensuring business continuity during lock down and move onto driving the business through economic hardship, they face some interesting times. They will be having to deal with…

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