Apple's legal troubles relating to the 'Memoji' trademark have worsened, with Social Technologies filing a second lawsuit accusing Apple of improper use of the term that it owns, including allegations Apple claimed to be the owner of the Memoji trademark in June.
Have you ever had a conversation, look down at your phone or your computer, and then you see an ad for the exact "thing" you were talking about? On Wednesday, CBS aired Gayle King's interview with Instagram's new head, Adam Mosseri.
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