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It’s been almost three years since Apple launched Arcade, its $4.99/month subscription service for iOS and macOS games. Since then, more than 200 original titles have been added, offering consumers incredible value and revolutionizing the mobile gaming market.

FOR 1ST MONTH EVER, STREAMERS RULE BROADCAST, CABLE NETWORKS

This summer has been a breakthrough for streaming, with the time viewers spent watching services like Netflix and Hulu outpacing broadcast and cable television networks in July for the first month ever.

FOR 1ST MONTH EVER, STREAMERS RULE BROADCAST, CABLE NETWORKS

2 mins

WANTED: 7,000 CONSTRUCTION WORKERS FOR INTEL CHIP PLANTS

Ohio’s largest-ever economic development project comes with a big employment challenge: how to find 7,000 construction workers in an already booming building environment when there’s also a national shortage of people working in the trades.

WANTED: 7,000 CONSTRUCTION WORKERS FOR INTEL CHIP PLANTS

4 mins

SUNRUN SEES NEED ROOFTOP SOLAR FOR MORE CEO POWELL

As the head of the nation’s largest rooftop solar installer, Mary Powell has a stake in the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act, which includes tax credits to make rooftop solar more affordable.

SUNRUN SEES NEED ROOFTOP SOLAR FOR MORE CEO POWELL

3 mins

CALIFORNIA LAWMAKERS OK LAWSUITS AGAINST ‘CYBER FLASHERS’

California residents who receive unsolicited sexually graphic material by text, email, app or other electronic means could sue the sender under a bill that state lawmakers sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom.

CALIFORNIA LAWMAKERS OK LAWSUITS AGAINST ‘CYBER FLASHERS’

2 mins

WHISTLEBLOWER ACCUSES TWITTER OF CYBERSECURITY NEGLIGENCE

A former head of security at Twitter alleged that the company misled regulators about its poor cybersecurity defenses and its negligence in attempting to root out fake accounts that spread disinformation, according to a whistleblower complaint filed with U.S. officials.

WHISTLEBLOWER ACCUSES TWITTER OF CYBERSECURITY NEGLIGENCE

5 mins

5 TAKEAWAYS FROM TWITTER WHISTLEBLOWER PEITER ZATKO

Startling new revelations from Twitter’s former head of security, Peiter Zatko, have raised serious new questions about the security of the platform’s service, its ability to identify and remove fake accounts, and the truthfulness of its statements to users, shareholders and federal regulators.

5 TAKEAWAYS FROM TWITTER WHISTLEBLOWER PEITER ZATKO

3 mins

PELOTON TO SELL ITS BIKES ON AMAZON IN BID TO REVERSE SLUMP

Peloton’s high-end exercise bikes and other gear will now be able to be bought on Amazon in the U.S., a partnership aimed at boosting the fitness company’s sales that have languished since the easing of pandemic lockdowns.

PELOTON TO SELL ITS BIKES ON AMAZON IN BID TO REVERSE SLUMP

1 min

FORD CUTTING 3,000 WHITE-COLLAR JOBS IN BID TO LOWER COSTS

About 3,000 white-collar workers at Ford Motor Co. will lose their jobs as the company cuts costs to help make the long transition from internal combustion vehicles to those powered by batteries.

FORD CUTTING 3,000 WHITE-COLLAR JOBS IN BID TO LOWER COSTS

2 mins

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2022 EMMYS

Are you ready for some football? Fine, but the return of the NFL is why the 2022 Emmy Awards have been drop-kicked from their usual Sunday berth to Monday.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2022 EMMYS

2 mins

DATA ON CALIFORNIA PRISONS’ VISITORS, STAFF, INMATES EXPOSED

California corrections officials said that there has been a potential exposure of medical information for employees and visitors who were tested for the coronavirus, although they have not found any improper use despite the data breach.

DATA ON CALIFORNIA PRISONS’ VISITORS, STAFF, INMATES EXPOSED

1 min

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AppleMagazine Description:

PublisherMindfield Digital

CategoryTechnology

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

AppleMagazine is a weekly magazine published by Media & News United States. It was first published in October 2011 and is dedicated to covering all things Apple.

The magazine is aimed at Apple fans and enthusiasts of all levels, from beginners to experienced users. It is a popular resource for anyone who wants to stay up-to-date on the latest Apple news and developments.

Here are some of the things you can expect to find in AppleMagazine:

* Breaking news and reviews of the latest Apple products
* In-depth coverage of Apple's software and services, such as iOS, macOS, and iCloud
* Interviews with Apple executives and employees, so you can get the inside scoop on what's going on at Apple
* Commentary and analysis on Apple's business and strategy, from experts in the field
* Features on Apple's history and culture, so you can learn more about the company and the people who make it tick

AppleMagazine is the perfect resource for anyone who loves Apple. Subscribe today and start living your best Apple life!

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