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Apple Set To Return Workforce To The Office By Summer
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Apple Set To Return Workforce To The Office By Summer

The tech giant was one of the first to sound the alarm about the coronavirus. Now it’s becoming one of the first to return to its offices. Companies around Silicon Valley are reconsidering their work-from-home strategies amid the coronavirus pandemic, telling employees they can work remotely after the crisis subsides. Apple is reportedly taking a different tack, sharing plans to potentially bring employees back to its offices by the summer. The iPhone maker is planning to open its offices in phases, according to a report in Bloomberg, which cited people familiar with the plan. The phase, which “has already begun in some regions globally,” focuses on staff who can’t work remotely or have faced challenges working away from the office. In July, the company plans to open offices more...
Apple Announces Plans To Shut Down The Itunes Music Platform
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Apple Announces Plans To Shut Down The Itunes Music Platform

Tech giant Apple is expected to announce the end of its music platform iTunes at its developer conference beginning tomorrow. Users with an Apple device can used iTunes to search for a song, a music video or a TV show. Now, the iTunes era will draw to a close. The iTunes platform was a vital part of Apple’s global growth in the early 2000s. The launch of the iconic music model began a music revolution that entered homes around the world, and completely destroyed music retailers, who drew revenue from in-store album purchases. The iTunes platform was first introduced to the world at the 2001 Macworld Expo and created a frenzy among consumers and industry experts alike. Why bother loading up your CD wallet with discs, when you could just enter your credit card details and ...
Google Changes Policy On Abortion Advertising
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Google Changes Policy On Abortion Advertising

U.S Tech Giant,Google will require advertisers who wish to run ads about abortion to apply for approval first, according to a change in the company’s policy. All Advertisers in the UK, US and Ireland will need to declare whether they do or do not provide abortions. This Implies That, information will be displayed in Google search results. According to the policy, the changes will help users “decide which abortion-related ads are relevant to them”. The policy change follows a report in the Guardian that found the tech giant had provided tens of thousands of dollars in free advertising to an anti-abortion group, whose ads suggest that it performs the procedure at its clinics. Marge Berer, coordinator for the International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion, said t...