Feb 28 | Apple CEO “optimistic” China has coronavirus under control

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February 28, 2020

Mobile Musings
Apple blocks Clearview AI facial recognition on iPhones
Apple has blocked the controversial Clearview AI facial recognition app on iPhones after the company determined it violated Apple’s developer agreement.

The decision is another hit to the facial recognition company as it deals with lawsuits from privacy firms.

Clearview AI apparently distributed its software to law enforcement, which bypassed Apple’s App Store, a violation of Apple’s developer requirements, according to BuzzFeed News.

“We are in contact with Apple and working on complying with their terms and conditions,” said Clearview AI founder Hoan Ton-That.

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Industry Market Watch
Apple CEO “optimistic” China has coronavirus under control
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that he believes that China is getting the situation related to the COVID-19 coronavirus under control.

The leader of one of the most important tech companies in the world also announced that factories in China that make iPhone parts are reopening.

Last week, Apple warned that it will not meet its March quarter sales forecast because the coronavirus could hurt iPhone supply around the world and lower demand in China.

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Gadgets & Gizmos
SpaceX Wins Contract With NASA For Space Mission
SpaceX has officially won the contract for NASA’s Psyche mission, and it’s using the Falcon Heavy rocket to launch the spaceprobe to its target asteroid.

Scientists want to visit the metal asteroid because they believe that it could be the remnants of the nickel-iron core of a proto-planet that broke apart ages ago.

The Psyche mission will start off in July 2022 from Launch Complex 39A at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

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