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TNW’s Daily Dose: WikiLeaks’ latest leak, Apple app crash woes, and more


TNW’s Daily Dose: WikiLeaks’ latest leak, Apple app crash woes, and more
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WikiLeaks releases another batch of data, this time from Syria; iOS and Mac apps blighted with a crashing problem, and Apple sued in China over Siri. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Wikileaks releases the Syria Files, a new batch of over 2.4 million confidential emails: Read more

An App Store issue is crashing a number of newly updated Mac and iOS apps: Read more

Apple sued again in China, this time over Siri patent infringement: Read more