Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

Tim Cook says Apple had ‘no choice’ but to sue Qualcomm

Tim Cook says Apple had ‘no choice’ but to sue Qualcomm

Apple chief executive Tim Cook said on the company’s quarterly earnings call today that he views litigation as a “last resort” but that Apple “didn’t see another way forward” in the company’s recent lawsuit against chip-maker Qualcomm. “You should take from our filing that we viewed it as, we didn’t see another way forward,”...

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Apple working on Google Glass-style AR glasses, says report

Apple working on Google Glass-style AR glasses, says report

Apple is working on a wearable device similar to Google Glass that would blend an augmented reality display with a standard pair of glasses, according to a report from Bloomberg News. The company is still exploring the smart glasses market, the report states, so it’s unclear when a finished product will materialize. The earliest...

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Apple is ditching its iconic startup chime with the new MacBook Pro

Apple is ditching its iconic startup chime with the new MacBook Pro

While the Apple product line has changed drastically since 1998, there’s one thing that has remained the same: the chime that signals that your computer is booting up. But with the new MacBook Pro, the distinctive, F-sharp major startup chime is no more. The change was first noticed by Pingie.com, which spotted that a...

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Apple discontinues the older, cheaper Apple TV

Apple discontinues the older, cheaper Apple TV

Apple has stopped selling the third-generation Apple TV, as noted by MacRumors. The device is no longer available on Apple’s online store, and links to pages about it have been re-routed to information on the newer, more capable Apple TV that saw release last year. The third-generation Apple TV came out back in early 2012, adding...

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First Click: Apple turned iMessage into a MSN Messenger nightmare

First Click: Apple turned iMessage into a MSN Messenger nightmare

I’ve been using iOS 10 for a number of weeks now thanks to a public beta, and I had been living in relative peace and tranquillity until last Tuesday. Apple unleashed its latest iOS 10 update to the world last week, and friends and family have been wreaking havoc on me ever since. Apple...

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Apple Inc.’s iPhone 7 and its 10 Flashy Features Won’t Move AAPL Stock

Apple Inc.’s iPhone 7 and its 10 Flashy Features Won’t Move AAPL Stock

Investors weren’t expecting anything mindblowing from Apple Inc. (AAPL) and its newest iteration of the iPhone, the iPhone 7. That’s good, because mind blowing it was not. The event was revealing in one way, though: it showed just how low Apple has set the bar for itself. Leading up to Wednesday’s event, the biggest...

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Apple expected to announce new iPhone 7 on Sept. 7th

Apple expected to announce new iPhone 7 on Sept. 7th

Shawn PriceCUPERTINO, Calif., Aug. 29 (UPI) — Apple is expected to use its annual September event for the introduction of the iPhone 7, sources said. Latest News – UPI.com

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Google will offer app developers the same larger cut of subscriptions as Apple — but sooner

Google will offer app developers the same larger cut of subscriptions as Apple — but sooner

On Wednesday, Apple detailed major shake-ups coming to its powerful app store. Those include a new revenue sharing model that would give developers more money when users subscribe to a service via their apps — instead of keeping 70 percent of all revenue generated from subscriptions, publishers will be able to keep 85 percent...

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Encryption expert returns to Apple in wake of San Bernardino standoff

Encryption expert returns to Apple in wake of San Bernardino standoff

One of the cryptography world’s biggest names has returned to Apple. According to a Reuters report, former Silent Circle CTO Jon Callas is employed by Apple as of this month, working in an undisclosed capacity. (Reached by The Verge, Apple confirmed the news.) Callas is best known for his work on the pioneering PGP...

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China extends security reviews to gadgets from Apple and others

China extends security reviews to gadgets from Apple and others

China has reportedly increased its scrutiny of foreign-made consumer tech products, reviewing devices — including those made by Apple — to judge whether they pose a threat to the country’s security.  According to The New York Times, these reviews are conducted by personnel connected to the government’s military and security agencies, and focus on features...

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