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Twitter appears to be unhappy with the runaway success of Threads, Meta's Twitter alternative that launched last night. Threads has amassed more than 30 million users in under 24 hours, making it the biggest threat to Twitter to date. According to Semafor, Twitter lawyer Alex Spiro yesterday sent Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg a letter [PDF] accusing Meta of "systemic, willful, and lawful misappropriation of Twitter's trade secrets and other intellectual property." Twitter claims that Meta hired "dozens" of former Twitter employees that "had and continue to have access to Twitter's trade secrets and other highly confidential information." The company further says that the employees "improperly retained Twitter documents and electronic devices," and that Meta took advantage of this to have…
ICYMI, Elon Musk spent $44 billion in 2022 to buy Twitter and fire most of the company. A lot has happened since then, to say the least. Now Twitter is threatening to sue Meta for hiring employees that Musk fired and building a competitive platform. more… The post Twitter spooked by Threads, threatens to sue Meta for hiring employees after Musk fired everyone appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Macworld The Mac is an obvious candidate if you’re looking for a computer with which to make music. The choice can be overwhelming, though, with devices ranging from a few hundred dollars or pounds to thousands more than you might spend on a car. In this article we compare them all and explain which Mac is right for you. There was a time when music production required hiring a studio, but technology moves fast. During the 1980s, there was a revolution in analog home recording kit; then the 1990s saw home computers gradually take over. Today, you can do everything from recording pop songs to mastering movie soundtracks on a Mac. But which Mac? That’s the question we’re here to…
According to local reports and labor agents, Apple assembler Foxconn, which operates the world’s largest iPhone factory in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, has ramped up hiring ahead of new product launches, including the iPhone 15 family of smartphones, expected this autumn. iPhone 15 Pro Max (iPhone 15 Ultra) rendering based on CAD. (imagevia @UniverseIce) Iris Deng for South China Morning Posthttps://www.scmp.com/tech/tech-trends/article/3225783/worlds-largest-iphone-factory-zhengzhou-ramps-hiring-foxconn-chairman-reassures-china-supply-chain: Foxconn’s Zhengzhou plant is offering a bonus of 8,000 yuan (US$1,105) for former employees who return regularly to the assembly line for peak seasons, according to a job posting on Monday by the company’s Product Enclosure Business Group unit, which is responsible for producing mechanical parts for the iPhone. Referrals are also encouraged, with the company offering…
According to local reports and labor agents, Apple assembler Foxconn, which operates the world’s largest iPhone factory in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, has ramped up hiring ahead of new product launches, including the iPhone 15 family of smartphones, expected this autumn. iPhone 15 Pro Max (iPhone 15 Ultra) rendering based on CAD. (imagevia @UniverseIce) Iris Deng for South China Morning Posthttps://www.scmp.com/tech/tech-trends/article/3225783/worlds-largest-iphone-factory-zhengzhou-ramps-hiring-foxconn-chairman-reassures-china-supply-chain: Foxconn’s Zhengzhou plant is offering a bonus of 8,000 yuan (US$1,105) for former employees who return regularly to the assembly line for peak seasons, according to a job posting on Monday by the company’s Product Enclosure Business Group unit, which is responsible for producing mechanical parts for the iPhone. Referrals are also encouraged, with the company offering…
As Apple prepares to launch the iPhone 15 this fall, its key manufacturing partner Foxconn is cranking up hiring across its factories in China. more… The post Apple supplier launches hiring spree in China for iPhone 15 assembly ahead of launch appeared first on 9to5Mac.
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