Apple pulls vaping apps, Microsoft kills Cortana on mobile in eight countries
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Apple has removed all apps that promote vaping and e-cigarettes from its App Store according to reports and access.
The move comes as deaths related to the smoking products continue to be reported across the US.
In a statement, Apple said the rise of vaping related illnesses was a public health crisis.
And that as of Friday, any apps promoting e-cigarettes were no longer permitted on its store.
Microsoft will pull its Cortana app from iOS and Android across 8 countries, for next year.
As of January 31, Cortana will no longer be supported on mobile in the UK, Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India, Mexico, and Spain.
According to Microsoft, Cortana will be further integrated into Office 365 Apps, but there's no word on whether the app will be pulled in the US.
And finally, T-Mobile CEO John Ledger will not be moving to work anytime soon.
Ledger was reportedly in the running for the top job there after embattled former CEO Adam Newman left the company But according to sources who spoke to CNBC legend said he has no plans on leaving T Mobile.
The company did not respond to her request for comment.
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