Facebook on Friday joined the attack on Apple’s operation of its App Store after the iPhone maker refused to forgo its commission on live online events hosted on the social network that allow people to make money during the pandemic. … Continue reading Facebook Joins Attack on Apple Over App Store Commission
The list of accounts commandeered grew rapidly to include Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Uber, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, bitcoin specialty firms and many others. “Tough day for us at Twitter,” chief executive Jack Dorsey said in a tweet. “We all … Continue reading Twitter Accounts of Apple, Musk, Gates Hacked in Scam
Device maker Apple, is creating a community of users in Nigeria known as iNigeria. The community will have access to premium and one of a kind experience of the iPhone lifestyle, including free insurance cover for accidental screen and liquid … Continue reading Apple Creates Community of Users in Nigeria
Apple on Tuesday introduced its first new iPod model in four years, highlighting music and games as it continued to make a priority of serving up digital content. The new-generation iPod touch, essentially an iPhone without the phone calls, was … Continue reading Apple Unveils First New IPod Model in Four Years
Apple is formalizing its on-demand video service. The global giant unveiled Apple TV+ and a new video streaming service at its Cupertino headquarters in California on Monday. The products will launch this fall in over 100 countries. The service will … Continue reading Apple Unveils Video Streaming Service, Apple TV+
By: Wazobia Times Staff You have been told repeatedly that you have to go to college to be successful. All through the high school years you file into every college fair and you write the best application essay. You get into the school of your choice; one year in and then you decide “this is not for me”. Now what? You can still hear your parents tell you that college is the only way to be successful, but are they right? According to The College Dropout Hall of Fame, of the top 400 richest Americans in 2011, 27 graduated from … Continue reading Is College Right for You?