Tomorrow's News Today: NAF destroys another ISWAP training camp in Borno and many more
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Wednesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Wednesday.
EU threatens tougher hate-speech rules after Facebook meeting
Tech giants could face tougher penalties in the EU if they fail to adequately curb hate speech. The news comes ahead of expected proposals to curb the dominance of companies such as Facebook, Apple, Google, and Amazon.
Smartphone startups take on Google, Apple and put privacy first
We know our digital devices are logging our every move, yet we still trust in Apple, Facebook and Android. What if we "unGoogled" ourselves and took back control of our data? Two startups hope we will do just that.
Apple credits iPhone 11 demand for record sales
Apple credits demand for the iPhone 11 for its record sales and profits.
Pope demands big tech do more to tackle porn
Pope Francis has called on Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Google, among others, to step up efforts to remove child pornography from the Internet. He also said it is too easy for youngsters to access indecent material.
Apple unveils AirPods pro with noise-cancellation
Apple announced the AirPods Pro, a higher-end version of its popular wireless headphones that add noise-cancellation, water-resistance and a new design.
Apple CEO defends pulling Hong Kong mapping app
Apple is defending its decision to remove a controversial mapping app in Hong Kong. CEO Tim Cook has released a memo saying the company received “credible information” from authorities indicating the software was being used maliciously to attack police.