Fertility apps collecting too much information
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Might be selling it on 

Fertility apps on mobile phones might be collecting rather too much personal data sparking fears that creators are selling it.

Huawei replaced 13,000 components to avoid US sanctions
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That is money which is not going to the West

Huawei Technologies has replaced more than 13,000 components in its products with local Chinese-made parts and redesigned more than 4,000 circuit boards over the past three years in response to US sanctions.

Xiaomi and Realme confirm upcoming Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 phones
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Qualcomm also working on the new Snapdragon 685 mid-range SoC

With Qualcomm unveiling its new Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 mid-range chipset, it does not surprise that some phone manufacturers are lining up to announce their own devices, and it appears that Xiaomi and Realme are the first in line, with Redmi Note 12 Turbo and Realme GT Neo5 SE.

Musk outsources Twitter code
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Too difficult to work out what is going on 

Supreme twit Elon [look at me] Musk has admitted that he is baffled by the algorithm used to recommend people‚Äôs tweets and decided to open source it to see if anyone else can work out what is going on.

Kremlin staff told to get rid of their iPhones
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Security risk

In a move that has been greeted with horror by the Tame Apple Press, that very nice Mr Putin has declared a "special military operation" on Apple and its products.