Brett Kavanaugh Just Sided With the Supreme Court's Four Liberal Justices to Hand Apple a Potentially Major Defeat
Some Apple users are pursuing an antitrust lawsuit against the company for its 30% commission on apps featured in the online App Store.
In Apple v. Pepper, Apple argued that only app developers had the right to sue the company—since the commission comes from developer profits. However, consumers argued that the commission is passed on to them in the form of higher app prices.
Donald Trump Tried to Explain His 'Tim Apple' Flub With an Obvious Lie, and Now He Just Changed His Story Again
During a roundtable with business leaders last week, President Donald Trump called Apple CEO Tim Cook, "Tim Apple." He refuses to live it down.
On Friday night, Trump told GOP donors at Mar-a-Lago that he did say Tim Cook, but that "Cook" was spoken too quickly for anyone to hear. Trump's guests were reportedly confused about why he would even bring it up because the whole thing was recorded on video.
Apple Just Pulled iPhones Off the Shelves in Germany After a Court Order and This Could Be Just the Beginning
A court in Munich has ruled in favor of Qualcomm Tech against Apple—whom it alleges infringed patents on the tech company's battery-saving technology.
Apple plans to appeal the verdict, however Qualcomm paid a €1.3 billion ($1.2 billion) bond to get the iPhone models 7 and 8 (the models which use the technology in question) off the shelves in Apple stores and third-party locations alike. Only the iPhone XS and iPhone XR will be available to purchase for the time being.
The Corporate Carbon Policy Footprint (CCPF) must scare the bejesus out of climate activists.
Released in August, the CCPF argues that the bad guys take 35 of the top 50 most influential positions among companies informing climate policy in democratic governments around the world. The world’s heaviest polluters not only have a seat at the table when it comes to influencing and writing government policy, they have an overwhelming majority of seats.
Microsoft and Apple have pledged to fight back against President Donald Trump's decision to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which places more than 800,000 undocumented people who were brought to the United States as children at risk of deportation.
"If Congress fails to act, our company will exercise its legal rights properly to help protect our employees," Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith wrote in a blog post yesterday, shortly after US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the Trump administration would dismantle the program.
Before this year’s Silicon Valley Comic Con (SVCC) – themed “The Future of Humanity: Where Will We Be in 2075?” – Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (Woz) discussed his thoughts about the future. Woz expressed ideas on everything from future business growth and everyday life on Earth to more advanced technology and outer space.