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Apple apologizes for phishing scam that stole Chinese user IDs

Apple apologized today over stolen Apple IDs that were used to make unauthorized App Store purchases in China. The Wall Street Journal reports that the IDs were obtained through phishing scams.

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Amazon employee shared email addresses with third-party seller

In September, Amazon started investigating reports that some of its employees in the US and China have been leaking data to third-party sellers in exchange for money.

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Nokia Android Pie update: when it’ll happen

HMD Global has just announced the new Nokia 7.1 and with its increasing number of devices, users might be starting to worry that the manufacturer has already forgotten about them. Not quite because right in the middle of its presentation, HMD laid out its timetable for rolling out Android 9 Pie. The good news: the rollout will start sometime this … Continue reading

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Twitch ban is China’s latest tech casualty

Over the past several years, streaming platform Twitch has grown to become one of the most popular websites in the world, but it just suffered a pretty major setback. The website has been banned in China, making the it latest in a string of restrictions focused on cracking down on gaming.

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Nokia 7.1 Plus (X7) unofficially debuts in leaked render

HMD Global seems to have adopted a two-pronged branding strategy when it comes to its Nokia smartphones.

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Twitch is reportedly blocked in China

Last month, Twitch became the third most popular free app on China's App Store as users wanting to watch the Asian Games flocked to the app. But now, Abacus reports, residents in China are finding that Twitch is no longer accessible and that the Twit...

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Pocophone F1 first impressions: We go macro

The Pocophone F1 (aka POCO F1) from Poco by Xiaomi is a lightning bolt that’s shook the lower-end smartphone market worldwide.

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Trump expected to announce more China tech tariffs within days

The White House isn't just dismissing technology companies' concerns about tariffs on China, it's picking up the pace.

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Google’s rumored ‘Dragonfly’ search prototype tied data to phone numbers

While Google employees push back against and lawmakers ask questions about a rumored version of its search engine for China -- with censorship and blacklists for terms like human rights, democracy or protest built-in -- The Intercept revealed more de...

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Dyson 360 Heurist robot vacuum can see at night

There’s a new robot vacuum in town, and it’s only the second Dyson’s ever made. This is the Dyson 360 Heurist, and it can see in the dark

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