1. Apple bought a wireless charging company PowerbyProxy. She bought a company in New Zealand with an undisclosed amount, but at least he plans to leave the company.
Twitter has announced some changes on transparency of advertisements. The goal is to make everyone aware of all the political ads purchased on the platform, the identity of the buyer, how the advertisement is targeting the user.
3. Two former Uber’s engineers sued the company against the corruption. In other arguments, the two women also reported that male colleagues appreciate their charm.
4. Apple said that iPhone X can be used for walk-in shopping on the sales start date (November 3). He encouraged users who want to buy iPhone X in the store to “arrive early”.
5. Semiconductor manufacturer AMD returned to earnings in the third quarter. Although its stock price fell, the company had net profit of $ 71 million (£ 54 million) and sales of more than 10%, with sales of $ 1.64 billion (1.24 billion pounds).
6. Google updated Google Assistant for children. The new version of the software brings over 50 new games and fun things for kids and will be available on Google home devices and Android phones and tablets.
7. Microsoft launched Azure container service (AKS) as a new service of Azure cloud computing platform. Based on Kubernetes, an open source technology developed by Google, AKS aims to make it easy to manage and maintain customers.
The snaps’ glasses were a commercial failure and were hundreds of thousands of seemingly unsold units. So far, the company has sold only 150,000 smart glasses, and less than half of consumers continue to use it after the first month.
9. App Intelligence Company A new Apptopia survey looked at the impact of the revised iOS 11 App Store and its new App of Day section. It turned out that the average of highlighted applications increased by 1.747% and the game increased by 792%.
10. Amazon visually remodeled the App Store and focused on the company ‘s virtual currency, Amazon Coins. The redesigned digital store is currently available in 236 countries and regions for Fire TV, Fire Tablets, Android devices.