According to a well-known media source, of course, I am talking about none other than The New York Times, the social network giant Facebook's co-founder, of course, Mark Zuckerberg ordered his employees to use smartphones with the Android operating system only and not to use iPhone of the tech giant Apple. Zuckerberg "ordered his management team to use only Android phones, since the operating system has far more users than Apple's", according to insiders who spoke with the Times. The quotes arrived during Facebook's Cambridge Analytica data-sharing scandal, where the personal data of around 87 million Facebook users was alleged to have been improperly shared with the analytics company.
In a post about the reports, the company said it didn't use Apple simply because it wasn't the biggest operating system out there and therefore the company "encouraged our employees and executives to use Android because it is the most popular operating system in the world".
Zuckerberg called Cook's criticism "extremely glib", and apparently he was seething behind closed doors.
11 injured in street battles in Yemen’s Hodeidah
After seizing the southern port of Aden in 2015, the coalition has made little progress. While the coalition has air supremacy, the Houthis are better at guerrilla warfare.
In July of this year, as a Facebook executive testified before a congressional committee, anti-Facebook demonstrators barged into the room and held up a sign depicting chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and Sandberg - who are both Jewish - as the twin heads of an octopus with its tentacles around the world.
He answered: "What would do?"
The article also covers the reaction of Mark Zuckerberg on the statement made by Apple CEO Tim Cook. The story talks about Facebook's response on all the recent problems and questions around user privacy data.
I’m ok with playing without altercation: Kohli
He's one guy I can speak to and get an honest opinion - if something doesn't need to be done, he'll tell you. I don't think there is anyone who is said no to me more than him [Shastri] in Indian cricket.
In 2014, Tim Cook told Charlie Rose in an interview, "When an online service is free, you're not the customer". Taken in context, Cook probably had Google in mind, but Zuck did not allow that to stop him from getting annoyed about it. "I think it's the most ridiculous concept".
What do you guys think?
Years later, it appears Zuckerberg still isn't "in alignment" with Apple if he's making his management team eschew a specific brand of phone.
Denmark freezes aid to Tanzania in wake of homophobic rhetoric
The comments were reportedly made by Paul Makonda , the Administrative Chief of the capital Dar es Salaam. Torneas has also postponed a trip to Tanzania. "Respect for human rights is crucial for Denmark".