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China accuses Apple of aiding Hong Kong protests through 'toxic apps'

China accuses Apple of aiding Hong Kong protests through 'toxic apps'

Apple is the latest in a series of foreign companies and organizations to have come under fire in China for their alleged support of Hong Kong protesters.

Huawei hails own apps in Mate 30 challenge to iPhone 11

Huawei hails own apps in Mate 30 challenge to iPhone 11

Huawei directly challenged Apple's new iPhone 11 with its new Mate 30 smartphone range on Thursday, highlighting its own apps brand while sidestepping the critical issue of access to Google services.

Apple to debut developer tools aimed at increasing apps for Macs

Apple to debut developer tools aimed at increasing apps for Macs

Apple Inc is expected to give software makers new tools to make it easier to adapt their iPad and iPhone apps for its Mac laptops on Monday at its annual developer conference in San Jose, California.

Facebook suspends 200 apps in probe of data privacy abuse

Facebook suspends 200 apps in probe of data privacy abuse

Facebook has suspended about 200 apps in the wake of allegations of data privacy violations by election consultant Cambridge Analytica, the social media platform announced Monday.

Beware of scam calls from international numbers and apps: CRA

Beware of scam calls from international numbers and apps: CRA

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has alerted consumers in Qatar about scam calls from international numbers through OTT (over-the-top) apps such as WhatsApp, IMO and Viber ...

Ooredoo alerts customers to ‘calling scams’ via apps

Ooredoo alerts customers to ‘calling scams’ via apps

Ooredoo has urged customers to report any scam numbers via the 111 call centre and to block suspicious numbers via their selected caller ID apps.

New regulations for ride hailing apps in Abu Dhabi

New regulations for ride hailing apps in Abu Dhabi

Ride-hailing services such as Uber and others will have to register their apps and heed new regulations to operate in Abu Dhabi, a top official at the Gulf emirate's taxi regulator said on Monday.