In April 2010, Apple’s Steve Jobs wrote
a blistering open letter headlined Thoughts On Flash, in which he laid out why Apple would not let Flash run on iPhones and iPads.
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"Ofcom, which has a statutory duty to stop consumer abuses, could have done the same for these customers. Instead, it allowed BT to get away with a 37% price cut, at a time when the difference between its costs and what it charged customers had risen between 50-74%."
Vaccinations to begin for over-70s in EnglandThe move comes as 10 new mass vaccination hubs open in England, and the UK's travel corridors close.