Will Oremus

senior writer for OneZero

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In Cupertino today, Apple unveiled its latest products, including the iPhone 11 and iOS 13.

Apple pushes for TV streaming, video gaming, and a titanium credit card

In Cupertino today, Apple unveiled its latest products, including the iPhone 11 and iOS 13.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Apple announced today that they’re breaking up iTunes and rethinking their approach to music, podcasts, TV and books.

Apple breaks up iTunes as it faces scrutiny by the Justice Department

Apple announced today that they’re breaking up iTunes and rethinking their approach to music, podcasts, TV and books.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Mark Zuckerberg has extended his apology tour to Europe. But he got some sharp questions from members of the EU’s parliament on Tuesday.

Mark Zuckerberg and data protection in Europe

Mark Zuckerberg has extended his apology tour to Europe. But he got some sharp questions from members of the EU’s parliament on Tuesday.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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