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Apple presented a new version of iOS

In addition, Cook said Apple , headquartered in Cupertino, Northern California, now has 16 million registered software developers worldwide for its consumer electronics, including Smartphone known as iPhone , and 3 million of them were added previous year.


Trump hits out again over travel ban

Trump hits out again over travel ban

Trump had issued his initial travel ban executive order a week into his presidency, unleashing chaos at airports, mass protests in the USA and worldwide, condemnation from a broad spectrum of global leaders - and unprecedented attacks by the president on the federal judiciary after judges ruled against the ban.


A Federal Government Contractor Has Been Charged With Leaking To The Media

A Federal Government Contractor Has Been Charged With Leaking To The Media

A top-secret National Security Agency document leaked to the news media shows that hackers from Russian military intelligence tried repeatedly to break into USA voting systems before last year's presidential election . Phishing emails purportedly from VR Systems contained malicious Microsoft Word documents created to give up control of a computer's functions and "persistent access" to deliver more malware, the NSA report said .



NATO chief: Trump's 'absolutely' committed to alliance

As it turns out, most of Trump's national security advisers - including Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, Defense Secretary James Mattis, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson - were also horrified by the president's speech for a simple reason: It wasn't the one they'd approved.



Apple iOS 11 unveiled

Not only is it redesigned, but it's user-customizable, and it can get pretty crowded in there. Also, the user's recently used apps will appear on the right hand side of the dock for better access without having to locate them manually. Users will now be greeted with a landing page that highlights a new app daily, unlike the previous design where an overwhelming number of apps are presented when the App Store is opened.


SF issues subpoenas for Uber, Lyft driver records

SF issues subpoenas for Uber, Lyft driver records

Greg Abbott's signature, Uber and Lyft announced they would return service to the city. Herrera sued Uber last month to compel the company to comply with a subpoena for drivers' names and addresses. Uber spokeswoman Eva Behrend said that the company was "more than happy to work with the city to address congestion" but "a comprehensive solution" was needed.