Tech firms condemned after terror attacks, WWDC begins today
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Following Saturday's terror attack in London that left seven people dead, British Prime Minister Theresa May has called for new regulations on technology firms to restrict the spread of extremist content.
May said the areas of the internet, like social media, must be closed as they provide a safe space for terrorist ideology.
A Facebook rep responded that the company will work to aggressively remove terrorist content.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference will start today.
Expect software updates to be the primary focus of the event, with announcements for iOS 11, macOS 10.13, a new watchOS 4, and a new tvOS For hardware [UNKNOWN] reports Apple will introduce a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, and a Siri smart speaker to take on Amazon's Echo and Google Home.
And finally, the next iPhone will have a fingerprint sensor under its screen and facial recognition technology, according to a group of employees at Foxconn, a Chinese manufacturer that makes many of Apple's products.
During an ask me anything session on Reddit over the weekend they also leaked info on potential Apple glasses.
Which is to be the company's take on all [INAUDIBLE] reality headwear.
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