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  1. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Apple company is seen outside an Apple store in Bordeaux

    Apple reinstates OurPact parental control app removed over privacy concerns

    Apple Inc this week restored a software application to its App Store that let parents control their children's iPhone usage after removing it in ...
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    Facebook takes on the world of cryptocurrency with 'Libra' coin

  3. FILE PHOTO: A staff member shows the new Huawei Mate X smartphone with 5G network at the media cent

    Huawei delays global launch of foldable phone by three months

    Huawei will delay the launch of its much-touted foldable 5G Mate X smartphone by three months, the latest setback for the company that was slapped ...
  4. Sony Corp's President and CEO Yoshida attends a news conference on their business plan at the

    Sony sees smartphone business as indispensable, says CEO

    Sony Corp sees the smartphone business as indispensable to its brand portfolio, bucking calls from some investors that the Japanese electronics ...
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    Commentary: Why Jewel Changi Airport should be enjoyed in person – not through a smartphone

    Technology can make our lives better so why is it making us sadder and lonelier instead? IMD Business School Professor Howard Yu dives into the ...
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    Commentary: Samsung’s gigantic mistake over the Galaxy Fold

    The Galaxy Fold was just a blunder in timing, says China commentator Tom McGregor.
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    Health apps may not disclose sharing your personal information

  8. FILE PHOTO: A 3D printed Android mascot Bugdroid is seen in front of a Google logo in this illustra

    Google to prompt Android users to choose preferred browsers to allay EU concerns

    Alphabet's Google will prompt Android users to choose their preferred browsers and search apps, a senior Google executive said on Tuesday, as the ...
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    Commentary: Alone together? How smartphones have changed family time

    These patterns are particularly pronounced among young people aged 14 to 16, say sociology experts Stella Chatzitheochari and Killian Mullan.