TC Roundup: Here are the apps Apple just killed with iOS 8

4 Jun, 2014

Here are the apps Apple just killed with iOS 8: Apple's newly announced operating system for iPhones and iPads, iOS 8, remedies a lot of things people have been complaining their iPhone can't do.  (Business Insider)

Google's first smartwatches look big And bulky: Just as Google is preparing to roll its new smartwatch software out to the masses, we're getting a closer look at what the first two smartwatches powered by Android Wear will look like. (Business Insider)

Apple unveils new operating systems for Macs, iPhones, iPads: Apple unveiled new operating systems on Monday for its Mac line of personal computers and its hit mobile devices, the iPad and iPhone. (Business Line)

China state media calls for 'severe punishment' for Google, Apple, US tech firms: Chinese state media lashed out at Google Inc, Apple Inc and other U.S. technology companies on Wednesday, calling on Beijing "to punish severely the pawns" of the U.S. government for monitoring China and stealing secrets.  (Reuters)

Turkey lifts block on access to YouTube: Turkey's telecoms regulator removed an official order blocking access to YouTube from its website on Tuesday after the country's top court ruled last week that the ban was a breach of human rights.  (Reuters)

Here are 5 startups to watch from Movida Japan's 5th Demo Day: Movida Japan, the startup accelerator founded by billionaire Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son's younger brother Taizo, gave its fifth graduating class of startups the stage at a Demo Day event in Tokyo yesterday. (Techinasia)

Indonesian is top WordPress language in Asia, gets 200 million pageviews every month: WordPress1 is a very popular choice for people who want to build websites. According to the team, 22.3 percent – or about 75 million – of all websites on the planet use WordPress CMS. (Techinasia)

India leads global growth in mobile users: The pace of mobile subscriber additions may have slowed down but India still leads the global growth in new cellular phone users. According to a report from telecom equipment maker Ericsson, Indian mobile operators added 28 million new users during the first quarter of 2014. (Business Line)