Foxconn Keeps Chinese Factories Running Under Coronavirus Lockdown

Taiwan-based Apple supplier Foxconn said on Wednesday that two of its facilities in China have resumed limited operations under a “closed-loop” management system, which essentially means the employees are quarantined on the premises while the surrounding Chinese city of Shenzhen is subjected to a coronavirus lockdown.

An aerial view shows the construction site for COVID-19 isolation facilities and a temporary bridge linked between China's Shenzhen and Hong Kong's Lok Ma Chau, Friday, March 11, 2022. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

BlackBerry Smartphones Are Finally Dead

This week, classic BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry OS will no longer be able to make calls, send text messages, access data, and call 911 making them essentially unusable.

BlackBerry Classic and its iconic physical keyboard will no longer be part of the Canadian company's product portfolio

‘Headwinds:’ Facebook Blame Apple’s iPhone Privacy Policy for Sluggish Ad Sales

During its recent earnings call, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated that Apple’s privacy rules are “negatively affecting” the social media giant’s sales growth. Zuckerberg continued Facebook’s line of attack on Apple, reiterating his claim that consumer-friendly privacy policies don’t only impact the Masters of the Universe, but also small businesses.

Mark Zuckerberg deep in thought (Drew Angerer /Getty)