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Apple has postponed its office reopening until at least January due to a surge of COVID-19 cases

According to a message issued to staff on Thursday, Apple is delaying its return to corporate offices until at least January due to an increase in COVID-19 instances and new variations. The corporation informed employees that it would confirm the re-opening date one month before they were needed to return to work. Apple had planned to force all employees to return to corporate headquarters by early September, but this was

The OnePlus 9T is expected to debut with a Samsung LTPO display, but there will be no OnePlus 9T Pro this year

Following the debut of the OnePlus 9 series with the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro smartphones earlier this year, the firm is now rumoured to be working on the OnePlus 9T special edition. According to a new Weibo leak (via TechDroider), OnePlus will introduce the OnePlus 9T, but no OnePlus 9T Pro will be released this year. The OnePlus 9T is expected to have a 120Hz variable refresh rate Samsung

WhatsApp will not restrict users' ability to use the service if they refuse to accept the new privacy policy

Following widespread criticism of its new privacy policy, WhatsApp has reversed its position. The firm previously said that customers who refuse to accept the new privacy policy will have their app’s functioning limited, however this is no longer the case. “Given recent conversations with different agencies and privacy experts,” a WhatsApp representative told ‘The Verge,” “we want to make clear that we will not limit the functionality of how WhatsApp

Android 10 update is given to Nokia 7 Plus

HMD Global has released the Nokia 7 Plus smartphone Android 10 upgrade. This update brings with it new features and corrections of bug. Nokia 6.1 Plus has recently been upgraded to Android 10, too. This information on Twitter is officially revealed by the company. The twin reads “Nokia 7 Plus has improved, and now these phones are running the most recent update to Android 10. Get the latest pure experience

Google Beats Children's Web Privacy Appeal, Viacom to Face One Claim

Google and Viacom on Monday defeated a appeal in an across the nationwide class action lawsuit by parents who asserted the companies illegally followed the online movement of kids less than 13 years old who watched videos and played video games on Nickelodeon’s site. By a 3-0 vote, the third US Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia said Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc, and Viacom Inc were not subject