Today’s top tech news: Apple’s trying to win over India and India’s trying to win over the G20 Summit
- Apple's new operating system has a lot in store for Indian users.
- India's new Finance Minister will be reforming century-old laws that will affect global tech giants at the
G20 Summitin Japan.
- Flipboard recently reported a data breach that has reset all of its user's passwords.
- The newly formed Indian government has started work on its first big 'Make in India' project for the defence sector.
- The US ban on Huawei may end up affecting the roll out of 5G networks in China.
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India’s looking to reform century-old international tax laws — but that might not be good news for everybody
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