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Apple plans to call some of its highest profile executives to testify as part of its upcoming trial with fortnight maker Epic Games.
Apple said it plans to To call it CEO Tim Cook software head Craig Federighi and Apple fellow Paul Schiller, as well as employees who help combat fraud, manage payment processing, and those who build developer tools for iPhone apps.
Apple's submission of its tentative witness list mark some of the final steps that companies are taking before their upcoming trial do to begin on May 3rd.
Former President Donald Trump plans to return to social media in the coming months with his own platform.
A Trump adviser told Fox News on Sunday, Jason Miller, a former Trump administration Senior Advisor, told Fox News as media buzz that Trump who had been blocked from Twitter and Facebook Would be returning to social media in probably about two or three months with his own platform.
Milla added that Trump's platform would attract 10s of millions of new users and completely redefine the game.
And finally the Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo won't be open to spectators traveling from outside Japan.
The organizers said Saturday, Citing concerns over the corona virus pandemic.
Overseas residents who bought tickets from the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, will get their money back.
The group said.
And they made the decision about international spectators to give clarity to ticket holders living overseas, and to enable them to adjust their travel
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