What is the Reason Behind Apple’s Lawsuit Over iPhone in the US? – Tech & Science Daily Podcast

What is the Reason Behind Apple’s Lawsuit Over iPhone in the US? – Tech & Science Daily Podcast

Apple is currently facing a lawsuit from the US government, which accuses the tech giant of creating an illegal monopoly that hinders competition for the iPhone. The Justice Department has pointed out examples such as the lack of compatibility between iMessage and other tech ecosystems and iPhone users being restricted to the iOS Wallet app for payments. Apple has stated that it will contest the case and believes that its products stand out in competitive markets.

A study led by University of Birmingham PhD student Farzaneh Goli has explored how a simple peg-in-the-hole test for robots could streamline reconditioning EV batteries on production line goods by enhancing robots’ accuracy and compliance. Goli’s research paper, published by the Royal Society, details how the test can enhance robots’ dexterity and precision during the disassembly process.

Scientists from the Francis Crick Institute, University College London, and Oxford University are working on a lung cancer vaccine that stimulates the immune system to eliminate diseased cells. Clinical trials are in the works pending successful lab tests demonstrating the vaccine’s ability to trigger an immune response.

A transplant patient who received a pig’s kidney in a groundbreaking surgery is reportedly recovering well and preparing for discharge from the hospital. The genetically modified organ was transplanted into 62-year-old Rick Slayman in a four-hour procedure at Massachusetts General Hospital to lower the chances of rejection by his body.

Additionally, the UN has approved safeguards for artificial intelligence, microplastics have been discovered at a Roman archaeological site, and there is a growing desire among drivers for physical buttons in vehicles. To learn more, you can listen to the latest episode of Tech & Science Daily on your selected podcast provider.

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