Since I can’t cover everything, here are some recommended articles from some other sources:

° From AppleInsider: Mattel has launched a series of Barbie dolls, celebrating the Apple TV+ hit with the Ted action figuring coming with accessories including a soccer ball.

° From Reuters: Apple has asked a U.S. judge to reject a subpoena that could require the company to reveal corporate secrets tied to its failed effort to carry the National Football League’s “Sunday Ticket” programming, now on Google’s YouTube TV.

° From 9to5Mac: Apple could again be caught in crossfire as China investigates Foxconn for likely political reasons.

° From Reuters: Corning’s shares fall as the Apple supplier forecasts fourth quarter core sales below estimates.

° From Fox News: An Apple AirTag helped an Atlanta family quickly recover their stolen car, but the family is still desperately looking for their stolen dog who was also wearing Apple’s tracking device.

° From iMore: An iOS App Store title by the name of “Sweets Bonanza”, posing under the guise of a dietary app designed to stop you from eating sugar, is actually just a front for a casino gambling app that’s being advertised using a MrBeast deepfake on Instagram.

° From MacVoices Live!: Twenty years of Take Control Books deserves a reunion, and the new episode has itt. Current publisher Joe Kissell and Take Control Co-Founders Adam and Tonya Engst organized a get-together that featured the star-studded roster of Jeff Carlson, Josh Centers, Michael E. Cohen, Lea Galanter, Scott Knaster, Ted Landau, Kirk McElhearn, Matt Neuburg, and Jeff Porten to discuss how they became involved in Take Control and  how it differed from other publishing houses. (Part 1) 

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