Business News Weekly ─ September 9, 2019
Apple opens door to iPhone repairs by more outside vendors. They have authorized 5000 service providers currently working worldwide.
From an article in the Wall Street Journal ─ school’s tech push meets backlash as districts spent millions on laptops, apps and devices; parents worry it’s not helping.
“Hollywood’s next big test” ─ from an article Wall Street Journal. It says coming soon to a phone near you: shows no longer than the typical Uber ride. The entertainment industry is spending heavily to reach a generation glued to the smallest of screens.
YouTube fined over children’s privacy. Google agreed to pay around $200 million to US authorities investigating alleged abuses of children’s privacy with its widely viewed YouTube video platform.
Amazon urged to move on unsafe items: Three US Senators wrote a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos asking them to take action to stop the sale of unsafe items and to ensure accuracy warnings on his company’s giant sales platform.
“McDonald’s adds GrubHub as its latest delivery partner in New York City area” ─ from MSNBC. About 500 McDonald’s locations in New York City and the tri-state area will be launching delivery on GrubHub and its New York brand, Seamless.