Facebook in trouble with Apple, Wisconsin Foxconn plant refocuses
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Facebook is in a heap of trouble with Apple over a data collecting app the social network used for market research.
Possible affecting Facebook's ability to test other apps internally.
Facebook paid people between the ages of 13 and 35 on a monthly basis to download an app A collective research data, Apple has since blocked it.
Apple music subscribers can now listen to the service when aboard an American airline's flight off that habit to purchase wi-fi.
To use it Apple music customers can connect with Wi-Fi wi-fi signal and simply login to the app.The feature is set to roll out on flights this Friday And finally the massive Foxconn plan to build a campus in Wisconsin has shifted focus from display manufacturing to design, research and development.
This pours cold water on hopes that it would bring thousands of blue collar jobs to the area, not to mention it's already received for 4 billion dollars In state subsidies.
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