- By Mashable
Apple released iOS 14.5 to the public at the end of April, which included the ability to stop apps from tracking your activity for ad targeting purposes. Facebook has been a vocal opponent to the change, since it will impact its ability to offer targeting to advertisers. New data shows just how popular the feature is.
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Nobody said this would be easy. It all started years ago, when I first learned my wife and I were going to be parents: I began collecting science-based parenting advice, both here on Inc.com and in my...
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You may not remember, but a modified copy of Xcode that surfaced on the web in 2015 was responsible for injecting malware into several iPhone and iPad apps that were subsequently uploaded to the App Store....