Google+ shutting down earlier than planned, Amazon fires seller scam workers
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Google has moved up the shutdown date for Google+ from August of next year to April.
This comes in response to a new bug separate from one first announced in October that opens up a new vulnerability in the platform.
Either way Google+'s days are numbered.
Amazon has fired workers in India and the U.S. following an investigation into suspected bribes that resulted in access limitations and the purging of suspicious customer reviews.
The ugliness revolves around third-party sellers for waging war against each other, doing things like falsely flagging sellers as counterfeiters.
And finally, China has been a number of iPhone models for sale in relation to Qualcomm patents dealing with iPhone software.
A handful of iPhones cannot be imported to China for sale but doesn't affect their manufacturing, which happens within the country, as well
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