German antitrust watchdog launches investigation into Apple

Based on new competition law rules specifically intended for large digital companies, Germany's Federal Cartel Office (FCO) said it would assess whether Apple has a 'paramount significance across…

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Tech giants are plunged into political firestorm

The revelations have now plunged Apple into the middle of a firestorm over the Trump administration’s efforts to find the sources of news stories

via The New York Times
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Tim Cook to be Apple's star witness at Fortnite trial

Cook is expected to spend more than two hours making what are likely to be his most extensive public remarks on the App Store business, which anchors Apple's $53.8 billion services business

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7 suppliers of iPhone maker Apple in China linked to forced labour programmes: Report

China tops the list of countries that are exporting products made with forced labour. Reports say that the origins of at least 17 goods can be traced back to forced and child labour.

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Only 10,000 iOS apps follow Apple's new user tracking guidelines so far: Report

Apple recently introduced ATT to its iOS, iPadOS and tvOS platforms. It has stirred mixed reactions from everyone for it requires developers to seek permission from users before tracking them in…

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Apple hit with EU antitrust charge over App Store practices

This is the first EU antitrust charge against Apple, a move that could lead to fines of as much as 10 per cent of its global turnover

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Amazon caps blockbuster Big Tech earnings reports, with profits tripling in first quarter

The e-commerce colossus is among the internet giants whose businesses thrived as precautions against COVID-19 led people around the world to go online for work, school, shopping and socialising…

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Samsung overtakes Apple in smartphone shipments as Xiaomi closes in

Apple still grabbed record market share in the United States, China, India and Japan, Counterpoint analyst Varun Mishra said, adding that the iPhone Pro Max was a top seller in the United States…

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Apple Inc to roll out iOS update to limit digital advertisers from tracking iPhone users

For Apple's more than 1 billion iPhone users, the change will mean a new pop-up notification in some apps seeking their permission to collect data that Apple believes could be used to track their…

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Apple to roll out new privacy update; Facebook, Google protest

The software update has not been happily accepted by the social media platforms such as Google and Facebook

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US senators question Apple and Google on app store dominance

A panel of US senators questioned officials from Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google about the dominance of their mobile app stores and whether the companies abuse their power at the expense of…

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Apple targets remote workers with new iPad Pro, slim iMacs using own chips

The announcements show how the iPhone maker is accelerating the expansion of its product portfolio and working to keep customers committed to its family of devices even as government scrutiny of…

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Apple to bring social media platform Parler back to App Store

Major tech platforms had cut ties with Parler following the attack by supporters of Republican former President Donald Trump at the US Capitol that left five people dead

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Facebook takes on Clubhouse, unveils big audio push, adds podcasts

Facebook's incursion into the audio market comes as the sudden explosion of interest in Clubhouse, an audio app where billionaires and celebrities including Tesla CEO Elon Musk have popped in to…

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Taiwan's Pegatron to build components for Tesla

It comes after Tesla faces scrutiny in China where the military in March banned Tesla cars from entering its complexes, citing security concerns over cameras in its vehicle

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In focus: Big Tech firms facing antitrust investigations across world

The decisions made by tech giants are largely unaccountable, opaque, and result in sweeping consequences. The dominant platforms effectively serve as private regulators. Here is a look at what…

Read Article

German antitrust watchdog launches investigation into Apple

Based on new competition law rules specifically intended for large digital companies, Germany's Federal Cartel Office (FCO) said it would assess whether Apple has a 'paramount significance across…

Read Article

Tech giants are plunged into political firestorm

The revelations have now plunged Apple into the middle of a firestorm over the Trump administration’s efforts to find the sources of news stories

via The New York Times
Read Article

Tim Cook to be Apple's star witness at Fortnite trial

Cook is expected to spend more than two hours making what are likely to be his most extensive public remarks on the App Store business, which anchors Apple's $53.8 billion services business

Read Article

7 suppliers of iPhone maker Apple in China linked to forced labour programmes: Report

China tops the list of countries that are exporting products made with forced labour. Reports say that the origins of at least 17 goods can be traced back to forced and child labour.

Read Article

Only 10,000 iOS apps follow Apple's new user tracking guidelines so far: Report

Apple recently introduced ATT to its iOS, iPadOS and tvOS platforms. It has stirred mixed reactions from everyone for it requires developers to seek permission from users before tracking them in…

Read Article

Apple hit with EU antitrust charge over App Store practices

This is the first EU antitrust charge against Apple, a move that could lead to fines of as much as 10 per cent of its global turnover

Read Article

Amazon caps blockbuster Big Tech earnings reports, with profits tripling in first quarter

The e-commerce colossus is among the internet giants whose businesses thrived as precautions against COVID-19 led people around the world to go online for work, school, shopping and socialising…

Read Article

Samsung overtakes Apple in smartphone shipments as Xiaomi closes in

Apple still grabbed record market share in the United States, China, India and Japan, Counterpoint analyst Varun Mishra said, adding that the iPhone Pro Max was a top seller in the United States…

Read Article

Apple Inc to roll out iOS update to limit digital advertisers from tracking iPhone users

For Apple's more than 1 billion iPhone users, the change will mean a new pop-up notification in some apps seeking their permission to collect data that Apple believes could be used to track their…

Read Article

Apple to roll out new privacy update; Facebook, Google protest

The software update has not been happily accepted by the social media platforms such as Google and Facebook

Read Article

US senators question Apple and Google on app store dominance

A panel of US senators questioned officials from Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google about the dominance of their mobile app stores and whether the companies abuse their power at the expense of…

Read Article

Apple packs iPad Pros with faster chips, slims iMacs and jumps into tracking tags

Apple Inc announced on Tuesday a range of new computers, a paid podcasting service, and devices for finding lost items, signaling the continued…

Read Article

Apple targets remote workers with new iPad Pro, slim iMacs using own chips

The announcements show how the iPhone maker is accelerating the expansion of its product portfolio and working to keep customers committed to its family of devices even as government scrutiny of…

Read Article

Apple to bring social media platform Parler back to App Store

Major tech platforms had cut ties with Parler following the attack by supporters of Republican former President Donald Trump at the US Capitol that left five people dead

Read Article

Facebook takes on Clubhouse, unveils big audio push, adds podcasts

Facebook's incursion into the audio market comes as the sudden explosion of interest in Clubhouse, an audio app where billionaires and celebrities including Tesla CEO Elon Musk have popped in to…

Read Article

Taiwan's Pegatron to build components for Tesla

It comes after Tesla faces scrutiny in China where the military in March banned Tesla cars from entering its complexes, citing security concerns over cameras in its vehicle

Read Article

Microsoft bets big on health with $19.7 billion purchase of Nuance

Once closed, the deal for Nuance would be Microsoft's second-biggest, after its $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn in 2016

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Apple to testify before US Senate on app store antitrust concerns

App makers have long complained that mandatory revenue sharing payments and strict inclusion rules set by Apple's App Store for iPhones and iPads, along with Google's Play store for Android…

Read Article

Apple agrees to pay Chilean consumers $3.4 million over iPhone obsolescence

Apple is accused of having programmed a limited lifespan into some products to force users to replace their phones sooner than necessary, and has previously settled similar cases in the United…

Read Article

In focus: Big Tech firms facing antitrust investigations across world

The decisions made by tech giants are largely unaccountable, opaque, and result in sweeping consequences. The dominant platforms effectively serve as private regulators. Here is a look at what…

Read Article

German antitrust watchdog launches investigation into Apple

Based on new competition law rules specifically intended for large digital companies, Germany's Federal Cartel Office (FCO) said it would assess whether Apple has a 'paramount significance across…

Read Article

Tech giants are plunged into political firestorm

The revelations have now plunged Apple into the middle of a firestorm over the Trump administration’s efforts to find the sources of news stories

via The New York Times
Read Article

Tim Cook to be Apple's star witness at Fortnite trial

Cook is expected to spend more than two hours making what are likely to be his most extensive public remarks on the App Store business, which anchors Apple's $53.8 billion services business

Read Article

7 suppliers of iPhone maker Apple in China linked to forced labour programmes: Report

China tops the list of countries that are exporting products made with forced labour. Reports say that the origins of at least 17 goods can be traced back to forced and child labour.

Read Article

Only 10,000 iOS apps follow Apple's new user tracking guidelines so far: Report

Apple recently introduced ATT to its iOS, iPadOS and tvOS platforms. It has stirred mixed reactions from everyone for it requires developers to seek permission from users before tracking them in…

Read Article

Apple hit with EU antitrust charge over App Store practices

This is the first EU antitrust charge against Apple, a move that could lead to fines of as much as 10 per cent of its global turnover

Read Article

Amazon caps blockbuster Big Tech earnings reports, with profits tripling in first quarter

The e-commerce colossus is among the internet giants whose businesses thrived as precautions against COVID-19 led people around the world to go online for work, school, shopping and socialising…

Read Article

Samsung overtakes Apple in smartphone shipments as Xiaomi closes in

Apple still grabbed record market share in the United States, China, India and Japan, Counterpoint analyst Varun Mishra said, adding that the iPhone Pro Max was a top seller in the United States…

Read Article

Apple Inc to roll out iOS update to limit digital advertisers from tracking iPhone users

For Apple's more than 1 billion iPhone users, the change will mean a new pop-up notification in some apps seeking their permission to collect data that Apple believes could be used to track their…

Read Article

Apple to roll out new privacy update; Facebook, Google protest

The software update has not been happily accepted by the social media platforms such as Google and Facebook

Read Article

US senators question Apple and Google on app store dominance

A panel of US senators questioned officials from Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google about the dominance of their mobile app stores and whether the companies abuse their power at the expense of…

Read Article

Apple targets remote workers with new iPad Pro, slim iMacs using own chips

The announcements show how the iPhone maker is accelerating the expansion of its product portfolio and working to keep customers committed to its family of devices even as government scrutiny of…

Read Article

Apple to bring social media platform Parler back to App Store

Major tech platforms had cut ties with Parler following the attack by supporters of Republican former President Donald Trump at the US Capitol that left five people dead

Read Article

Facebook takes on Clubhouse, unveils big audio push, adds podcasts

Facebook's incursion into the audio market comes as the sudden explosion of interest in Clubhouse, an audio app where billionaires and celebrities including Tesla CEO Elon Musk have popped in to…

Read Article

Taiwan's Pegatron to build components for Tesla

It comes after Tesla faces scrutiny in China where the military in March banned Tesla cars from entering its complexes, citing security concerns over cameras in its vehicle

Read Article

Microsoft bets big on health with $19.7 billion purchase of Nuance

Once closed, the deal for Nuance would be Microsoft's second-biggest, after its $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn in 2016

Read Article

Apple to testify before US Senate on app store antitrust concerns

App makers have long complained that mandatory revenue sharing payments and strict inclusion rules set by Apple's App Store for iPhones and iPads, along with Google's Play store for Android…

Read Article

Apple agrees to pay Chilean consumers $3.4 million over iPhone obsolescence

Apple is accused of having programmed a limited lifespan into some products to force users to replace their phones sooner than necessary, and has previously settled similar cases in the United…

Read Article

Brazilian regulator fines Apple for shipping iPhones without chargers

In October 2020, Apple had announced that no charger or earphones would ship with the iPhone 12 series

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Apple packs iPad Pros with faster chips, slims iMacs and jumps into tracking tags

Apple Inc announced on Tuesday a range of new computers, a paid podcasting service, and devices for finding lost items, signaling the continued expansion of its once-simple product line into more a

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