According to Musk, Apple has threatened to stop selling it's apps in the store. The company won't tell us why it has issues with the app. He railed against Apple's "tax" on in-app purchases and claimed that the App Store owner has "censored" other developers. He said that Apple has stopped advertising on the social networking site. Apple has yet to respond to a request for comment. Musk hasn't said if the company is threatening to remove the app from the store or holding updates to the service.

The content in Apple's store is governed by strict rules. Parler was removed from the App Store for its lack of moderation rules. The app came back after the moderation system was put in place.

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WhatsApp's latest feature is sending messages to yourself

Message Yourself lets you send notes, reminders and shopping lists.

In the next few weeks, a new feature called Message Yourself is going to be rolled out to all users of the two mobile operating systems. You will be able to see yourself at the top of the contacts list when you create new messages. You can send yourself notes once you click on that. You could only message yourself if you created a group or used the click to chat feature. You can open your notes application.


Twitter data leak exposes over 5.4 million accounts

The dump includes private phone numbers and email addresses.

The company said it had "no evidence" that the vulnerability was used to steal user data. The accounts are on a hacker forum. A larger data dump with the data of tens of millions of other users may have come from the same vulnerability. It's a good time to think about using two-factorAuthentication.


The smartwatch is now more useful for recreational divers.


Ultra owners will be able to use a recreation oriented dive computer with the release of Apple's Oceanic+. Fundamentals like depth, no-decompression time, and water temperature are tracked by the software. You can use the action button to set headings in the app.


Google sued by FTC and seven states over 'deceptive' Pixel 4 ads

Influencers who never used the phone were paid to endorse it.


The Federal Trade Commission and seven states have filed a lawsuit against iHeartMedia and Google. Before most of the ads were recorded, it was reported that Google didn't even supply thePixels. The FTC wants to stop the companies from making false claims about their ownership.