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OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei's new startup wants to launch a smartphone in the US to take on Apple

OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei’s new startup wants to launch a smartphone in the US to take on Apple

The telephone of nothing (1). Nothing UK-based consumer tech company Nothing is looking to the US, with ambitions to take Apples iPhone. The startup, the hardware company of Carl Pei – co-founder of Chinese mobile phone maker OnePlus – is in talks with US carriers about launching a new smartphone in the US, Pei told …

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Elon wants to go to war with Apple.  History suggests that it probably won't change anything.

Elon wants to go to war with Apple. History suggests that it probably won’t change anything.

Elon Musk sent a note to Twitter staff on Thursday confirming that job cuts would be announced on Friday.Carina Johansen/Getty Images Elon Musk isn’t the first – or necessarily the most powerful – to take on Apple’s App Store fees. Industry insiders from developers to CEOs have long denounced the 30% fee, dubbed the “App …

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Weakness in Apple shares could be a warning to broader market, chart techs say

Weakness in Apple shares could be a warning to broader market, chart techs say

Apple shares have been a safe haven for most of the year in a sea of ​​stalled tech names, but its chart is now signaling weakness that could have implications for the wider market. The company’s exposure to China has become the Achilles heel of a stock that has held up as other big names, …

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Elon Musk claims that Apple 'threatened to remove' Twitter from its app store |  CNN Business

Elon Musk claims that Apple ‘threatened to remove’ Twitter from its app store | CNN Business

New York CNN Business — Elon Musk claimed on Monday that Apple had “threatened” to remove Twitter from its iOS app store, a move that could be devastating for the company Musk just acquired for $44 billion. “Apple (AAPL) has also threatened to remove Twitter from its App Store, but won’t tell us why,” Musk …

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Global stocks gain on hopes recession warning will force Fed's hand

Wall Street ends sharply lower, hit by concerns over Apple and China

Cyber ​​Monday spending will hit $11.6 billion – report Crypto stocks fall as BlockFi files for bankruptcy Biogen down after death in Alzheimer’s drug trial End of indices: S&P 500 -1.54%, Nasdaq -1.58%, Dow -1.45% Nov 28 (Reuters) – U.S. stocks ended sharply lower on Monday after protests in major Chinese cities over strict COVID-19 …

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Elon Musk says Apple threatened to take down the Twitter app

Elon Musk says Apple threatened to take down the Twitter app

Elon Musk has said his company SpaceX cannot fund Starlink service in Ukraine “indefinitely”. Michael González | Getty Images News | Getty Images Twitter owner Elon Musk claimed in a series of tweets on Monday that Apple had threatened to remove the Twitter app from the App Store as part of its app review moderation …

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Stock market falls on China turmoil, real estate bust, reports of Apple production cuts

The stock market fell on Monday after protests sent Chinese stocks tumbling and investors pondered the next round of interest rate hikes. Oil and real estate stocks were the main victims of the declines. Apple (AAPL) lost ground after a report that iPhone production could be below estimates. X The Nasdaq composite fell 1.2% and …

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Chinese protests weigh on stock market;  Shortfall of 6 million Apple units;  Black Friday is going well

Chinese protests weigh on stock market; Shortfall of 6 million Apple units; Black Friday is going well

Stock indices lost ground in the first half of Monday’s session as protests in China weighed on overall sentiment. Apple (AAPL) iPhone Pro production could be 6 million units lower due to civil unrest and Covid restrictions. X The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 fell 0.8% at lunchtime while the Nasdaq composite lost …

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