10 things in tech you need to know today

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Getty Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Apple CEO Tim Cook called out companies like Facebook, Theranos, and YouTube in a speech pushing for responsibility in Silicon Valley. Cook said in his commencement speech at Stanford University that the tech industry is becoming known…

10 things in tech you need to know today

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Getty Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Apple CEO Tim Cook called out companies like Facebook, Theranos, and YouTube in a speech pushing for responsibility in Silicon Valley. Cook said in his commencement speech at Stanford University that the tech industry is becoming known for the belief that “you can claim credit without accepting responsibility.” Niantic, the creator of ‘Pok√©mon Go’ is suing an “association of hackers” that it says helps players cheat at its games. The lawsuit comes shortly before Niantic is expected to officially launch “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite,” which has been in a beta phase in Australia and New Zealand since April. Genius.com says it caught Google red-handed copying its lyrics and robbing them of valuable search traffic. Genius got suspicious a few years back and devised a plan to put unique patterns in its lyrics by alternating types of apostrophes. Huawei is getting ready for a huge 40% to 60% drop in smartphone sales following its blacklisting by the Trump administration, Bloomberg reports. Sources familiar with the matter said the company is considering pulling one of its upcoming smartphones, the Honor 20. Huawei sai
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