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Asia-Pacific stocks mostly lower, Tokyo inflation at highest in 40 years; US markets closed

Hong Kong movers: Casinos, technology stocks drop on rising China case numbers Hong Kong-listed stocks related to reopening and technology fell in Asia’s morning session following reports of a surge of Covid cases in China. Shares of casino operators MGM China fell more than 4%, Wynn Macau lost 2.5%, Sands China fell 3%, and SJM …

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Foxconn protests: iPhone factory offers to pay its workers to quit and leave Zhengzhou campus

Hong Kong CNN Business — Foxconn has offered to pay newly recruited workers 10,000 yuan ($1,400) to quit and leave the world’s largest iPhone assembly factory, in an attempt to quell protests that saw hundreds clash with security forces at the compound in central China. The Apple supplier made the offer Wednesday following dramatic scenes …

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Zhengzhou, China: Protesters at Foxconn factory clash with police, videos show

Beijing/Hong Kong CNN Business — Workers at China’s largest iPhone assembly factory were seen confronting police, some in riot gear, on Wednesday, according to videos shared over social media. The videos show hundreds of workers facing off with law enforcement officers, many in white hazmat suits, on the Foxconn campus in the central Chinese city …

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Apple and Elon Musk’s Twitter are on a collision course

SpaceX Chief Engineer Elon Musk takes part in a joint news conference with T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert (not pictured) at the SpaceX Starbase, in Brownsville, Texas, US, August 25, 2022. Address Latif | Reuters Elon Musk has announced big, albeit confusing, plans for Twitter since he took over the social network last month. Musk wants …

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This USB Dongle Could Help the Average Person Type 600% Faster

It sounds like an ad you’d find in the back pages of Popular Science for a miracle gadget that couldn’t possibly deliver on its promises, but the CharaChorder X dongle can legitimately and dramatically improve a user’s typing speed—assuming they’re willing to put the work in to learn how to use it. So how can …

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China zero-Covid: Workers at Zhengzhou iPhone factory clash with police, videos show

Beijing/Hong Kong CNN Business — Workers at China’s largest iPhone assembly factory were seen confronting police, some in riot gear, on Wednesday, according to videos shared over social media. The videos show hundreds of workers facing off with law enforcement officers, many in white hazmat suits, on the Foxconn campus in the central Chinese city …

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Workers protest, beaten at virus-hit Chinese iPhone factory

BEIJING (AP) — Employees at the world’s biggest Apple iPhone factory were beaten and detained in protests over pay amid anti-virus controls, according to witnesses and videos on social media Wednesday, as tensions mount over Chinese efforts to combat a renewed rise in infections . Videos that said they were filmed at the factory in …

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Elon Musk has upended Twitter’s business. Here’s how he could fix it

new York CNN Business — Much of Twitter’s ad sales team has been fired or pushed out. Large companies from General Mills to Macy’s have paused advertising on the platform, with more potentially following suit after new owner Elon Musk’s decision to restore the account of former President Donald Trump and other controversial figures. And …

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Apple Sends DSID With iPhone Analytics Data, Tests Show

photo: Sukrita Rungroj (Shutterstock) A new test of how Apple gathers usage data from iPhones has found that the company collects personally identifiable information while explicitly promising not to. the privacy policy governing Apple’s device analytics says the “none of the collected information identifies you personally.” But an analysis of the data sent to Apple …

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