Twitter to end political ads, Tesla Model 3 gets NYC taxi clearance
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has tweeted at thread explaining the company will no longer host any kind of political advertising on the site, saying political message reach should be earned, not bought.
It seems like Apple is preparing to launch a trio of 5G iPhones next year after leaving the next generation of wireless, This technology out of this year's iPhone 11 lineup, the modem will be designed by Qualcomm.
The Nikkei reported on Wednesday, the company intends to ship at least 80 million 5G models.
Spotify is looking to bring in a new generation of subscribers with its new app Spotify kids currently embedded in Ireland.
The new app will have content intended for children with the parents in full control.
Spotify Kids will be available for those with a premium family subscription, which costs fifteen dollars a month.
When the app rolls out in their respective markets, all this according to release from the company.
And finally, the Tesla model 3 has been approved for New York City tax use according to a tip obtained by a [UNKNOWN] Currently plenty of hybrid cars can become cabs, but no fully electric one had made the cut a list created by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission, or TLC for sure.
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