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

° From 9to5Mac: Notorious threat actor IntelBroker, who previously claimed responsibility for other high-profile data breaches, including those of U.S. government systems in April, allegedly leaked the source code of several internal tools used at Apple via a post on a dark web forum.

° From AppleInsider: Apple has contributed 20 new Core Machine Learning models to an open source AI repository Hugging Face, adding to its existing public models and research papers.

° From CNBC: Apple has numerous “very serious” issues under the European Union’s sweeping Digital Markets Act, the bloc’s competition chief Margrethe Vestager says.

° From Macworld: Apple is successful at many things, but this week provided reminders of where Apple isn’t doing as well as it wants.

° From iMore: The cult classic early 2000s game Habbo Hotel is back, and you can play it on your modern Mac for free right now

° From the Mac Observer: Apple updated Magic Mouse & Trackpad firmware, but you likely won’t get it. 

° From the South China Morning Post: Intel’s China arm has acquired a minority stake in the telecoms subsidiary of Apple supplier Luxshare.

° From MacVoices Live!: On the new episode, David Ginsburg of InTouch with iOS discusses his presentation at the upcoming Macstock Conference and Expo, emphasizing networking and community among Apple and tech enthusiasts.

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