Apple and China news, high crazy by tweet, and tweaking Apple’s Crash Detection. Those are the sorts of things we’re noticing from the Observation Deck today.
A new Google Doodle now allows users to create their own games in celebration of the life and work of developer Jerry Lawson.
Reports indicate that longtime Apple exec John Stauffer is leaving the company to take on a VP of engineering role at Roblox.
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Apple is marking World AIDS Day by highlighting its (PRODUCT) RED devices and accessories in its physical retail stores and online stores.
Facebook and Spotify CEOs slammed Apple’s App Store policies, saying it’s not a good place to be and Apple seemingly gives only the illusion of control.
Apple TV+ has officially held the Hollywood premiere of Will Smith’s ‘Emancipation’ at The Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles.
RoboCop apparently taught San Francisco nothing, as police officials can now deploy robots to use deadly force against dangerous suspects.
Days after declaring war on Apple, Twitter’s Elon Musk has thanked Tim Cook for a tour of the Cupertino-based tech giant’s HQ.