Technology – Apple faces probe by Paris prosecutors over ‘planned obsolescence’

Paris prosecutors have launched a probe of US tech giant Apple over suspected “planned obsolescence” in some of its iPhone models. It comes after a complaint by the association Stop Planned Obsolescence (HOP or Halte a l’Obsolescence Programmee) that followed Apple’s admission last month that it intentionally slowed down older models of its iPhones over time.… Please follow and like us:

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FRANCE – In numbers: Behind France’s two-year state of emergency

French President Emmanuel Macron addresses the European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday to defend France’s new anti-terror law, which is set to replace – and in many respects cement – the country’s nearly two-year-long state of emergency. France’s state of emergency went into force overnight from November 13-14, 2015, following the deadliest terror attacks on… Please follow and like us:

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For France, Trump at Bastille Day is Deeply Symbolic

U.S. President Donald Trump is the guest of honor at France’s Bastille Day celebrations, an elaborate display that includes military bands and flyovers by American jet fighters and a massive parade to mark the centennial of the U.S. entry into the First World War. The U.S. and French flags have been flying on Paris’ famed Champs… Please follow and like us:

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FRANCE – Trump, Macron to seek common ground during Paris visit

U.S. President Donald Trump and France’s Emmanuel Macron may be far apart on climate change and immigration but the two leaders will be looking for common ground on terrorism and defense policy when they meet this week in Paris. Trump left on Air Force One late Wednesday for paris, where he will be the guest of… Please follow and like us:

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