In today's top stories, Apple reportedly signed a deal with China involving the company investing over $275 billion there, the head of Instagram will testify before Congress, and Samsung has two new CEOs.
The employee protest is happening at company-owned studios in Texas, California and Minnesota.
The company is also suing the alleged operators of the botnet.
For some, it's an eye-watering amount of money. For Apple, it's the cost of doing business.
The hacking group was targeting organizations in 29 countries, including the US.
A trove of leaked internal documents damages the company's already battered reputation.
Adam Mosseri will likely have a rough reception in his debut in front of lawmakers on Wednesday.
In today's top stories, Elon Musk reveals plans for a 4-motor Cybertruck variant, it's too late for now to get a Cyberquad ATV for kids, and Pixel 6 phones can open BMW cars.
The mass layoff came just days after the startup received a $750 million cash infusion.
Last summer, fans were so disappointed by a public demo that Microsoft delayed it a year. That delay ends Dec. 8.
He allegedly set up a meeting with a person who said he was a 15-year-old boy on the Grindr app.