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Apple’s Adult Filters Block the Word ‘Asian’ in Browser Search


Tech-savvy social media users are calling out Apple for blocking any browser search containing the word “Asian” when the user turns on the iOS parental control feature “limit adult websites.”

Apple’s latest operating system update, iOS 14, has three different filter options under limit screen time settings that let parents set what content they would like to get access to while using the phone, according to The Independent.

NextShark Fans Demanded a News App, So We Sacrificed Everything to Make it Happen

(Newport Beach, Ca. June 5, 2019) NextShark, the leading source of Asian American and Asian news, proudly unveils a news app available in the App Store and Google Play.

“We are very excited to announce the release of the NextShark App,” says Benny Luo, CEO of NextShark. “I started NextShark 5 years ago with only $3,000 when there was little media presence about Asian issues. Instead of being written off, I sought to create a platform that would empower and amplify our voices.”

International Students Allegedly Scammed Apple Out of Almost $1 Million With Chinese ‘iPhones’


Two college students from Oregon are facing a criminal complaint from Apple after allegedly using thousands of counterfeit iPhones from China to cheat the company out of nearly $1 million.

Zhou Yangyang and Jiang Quan are accused of sending the company fake devices to be replaced with brand-new genuine models, South China Morning Post reports.

Taiwanese Man Complained of Autopilot Problems Before Dying in Tesla Model X Crash

A new update in the investigation of a fatal car crash involving a Tesla Model X in Mountain View, California, revealed that the vehicle was running on autopilot when the gruesome accident happened that took the life of 38-year-old Taiwanese engineer Walter Huang.

The driver was reportedly driving his Tesla Model X SUV on autopilot on Highway 101 in Mountain View on March 23. While on his way to work, the car suddenly slammed into a concrete median barrier that caused it to burst into flames.

Toddler Playing With Mom’s iPhone Accidentally Locks It For 47 Years

A mother from Shanghai, China, had the most shocking iPhone experience after her 2-year-old son accidentally locked it for nearly half a century while playing with the lock screen.

According to Chinese media outlet Kankanews via South China Morning Post, the woman, identified only by her surname Lu, gave the phone to her son back in January so he could watch educational videos on it.