By ZDNet UK
for Between the Lines
| July 14, 2004 -- 08:16 GMT (01:16 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
Unusual tech idols, so many Raspberry Pis, pioneer mobiles, luxury smartwatches, failed launches: Photos
3D body parts, iPhone privacy, tech's undead, vintage Macs, drool-worthy canteen food and more: Photos of the month
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Reliance Jio's Q3 net profit climbs to $119m while ARPU declines
The Indian telco has posted net profit of $119 million, an increase of 65 percent year on year.
Twitter bug revealed private tweets for some Android users for almost five years
Some Twitter for Android users had their private tweets exposed to non-followers and search engines.
Facebook removes propaganda network linked to Russian media group Sputnik
Facebook says Sputnik employees ran hundreds of Facebook pages and accounts, some posing as politicians in other countries.
Microsoft promises $500m to fix Greater Seattle's housing affordability 'crisis'
The $500 million commitment will be used for loans and grants to accelerate the construction of more affordable housing across the region.
Star Trek: The technology won, but Roddenberry's visionary society lost
German court dismisses Qualcomm's latest patent case against Apple: Report
Yet the ban on the iPhone 7 and 8 in Germany still stands.
NRF 2019 shines spotlight on tech, but the future of retail is still TBD
Apple to iPhone owners: Why you need to upgrade to XR
Apple emails owners of older models, urging them to upgrade to an iPhone XR.
Microsoft: 'Expect a bumpy ride'. These are 2019's top 10 tech challenges
Microsoft forecasts how the world will respond to fake news, cyberattacks, AI, trade wars, and social-media regulation.