As pro-democracy protests continue in Hong Kong, the tech giant’s troubling relationship with an authoritarian regime has come into focus.
Apple says an elaborate rotating key scheme will soon let you track down your stolen laptop, but not let anyone track you. Not even Apple.
At Monday’s WWDC conference, Apple announced a cool new feature called “Find My”. Unlike Apple’s “Find my iPhone”, which uses cellular communication and the lost…
This year’s WWDC presented an Apple that was finally ready to move past the iPhone.
Spotify's Apple Complaint Cuts to a Core Antitrust Issue
Spotify's antitrust complaint against Apple is a neat parable about Big Tech's monopoly
Apple News is primed to offer a subscription bundle, but publishers should be wary of being Aggregated.
All of Facebook's internal employee apps aren't working because of Apple. Employees aren't happy about it.
A bug in iOS 11.3 – fixed in iOS 11.4.1 – revealed that Apple censors the Taiwanese flag on iPhones whose region is set to China …
The Facebook CEO's constant apologies aren't a promise to do better. They're a symptom of a profound crisis of accountability.
CEO criticizes monetization of customers’ personal information and says the time for self-regulation is past
Ad-tech firm Criteo likely to cut its 2018 revenue by more than a fifth after Apple blocked ‘pervasive’ tracking on web browser Safari
Apple’s original competitive advantage — the integration of hardware and software — is more durable than disruption theory would suggest.
The iPhone X is a quintessential Apple product, because it is the best; is there a market for iPhone 8?
Someone will break FaceID. But it won't be easy.
Despite leaks and a hiccup during a demo of its new Face ID unlocking feature, analysts say this year’s launch puts Apple in an ‘extraordinarily strong’ position
Apple is begonnen met het verwijderen van Iraanse applicaties uit de App Store. Het bedrijf wil zo voldoen aan sancties opgelegd door de Amerikaanse overheid.
By pulling VPN apps from the App Store in China, Apple joins a long list of tech companies that have given in to censorship.
How the tech giants are employing top architects to build spectacular symbols of their immense global power
Recently Google and Apple announced plans to respo
The Internet of Shit is a column about all the shitty things we try to connect to the internet, and what can be done about it. It’s from the anonymous creator of the Internet of Shit Twitter...
Simply notifying people of drone strikes — and the lives they take — was previously deemed "excessively objectionable or crude."
Apple heeft de Israëlische startup RealFace overgenomen. Dat bedrijf maakt gezichtsherkenningssoftware.
Apple is voornemens drones te gebruiken voor het verbeteren van de kaartenapplicatie. Ook heeft de fabrikant daarvoor een startup overgenomen.
Your call logs get sent to Apple’s servers whenever iCloud is on — something Apple does not disclose.
The company’s controversial design choices make it hard to imagine the alternatives they preclude.
Apple's event may have been lacking on the surface, but it laid the groundwork for innovations that will be revealed in time. And yes, it was courageous.
Apple’s CEO talks iPhones, AI, privacy, civil rights, missteps, China, taxes, Steve Jobs — and steers right past the car rumors
Black and Hispanic workers form 9% and 12% of the workforce respectively, up slightly from last year, with overall figures better than Google and Facebook
Elizabeth Warren highlighted the feud this week.
New emojis including chopsticks and curling stones will be released in latest version of Unicode, but one dropped off the list
Bryan Thompson was hard at work on an industry-disrupting car project when he was told to get to San Francisco to show it to Steve Jobs