Apple's guidelines for app submissions, as well as its App Store and the fact that the company doubles as a mobile softer platform provider and a virtual store operator, are now being scrutinized by Australia's regulators, according to a new report Tuesday.
The Italian watchdog has opened its third antitrust inquiry into the iPhone maker, focusing on the Cupertino company's cloud computing services.
The Russian Parliament will soon vote on a bill that would cap the commission companies like Apple and Google charge on the sale of apps in digital stores to twenty percent. Last month, Russia’s anti-monopoly body alleged Apple abused its dominant position via the App Store.
Enterprise software maker Oracle, the world’s second-largest software firm by revenue and market capitalization after Microsoft, has reportedly enter the race to acquire the Chinese-owned TikTok short video app following US President Donald Trump's divestment order.
The United States government is increasing pressure on China and the country's technology companies by preparing to purge "untrusted" Chinese apps from app stores.
Big Tech is going on trial today as the United States Congress is set to grill the CEOs of the biggest technology companies Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google over antitrust concerns. The House Judiciary's Antitrust subcommittee has over a million documents to support its case that these Silicon Valley giants stifle competition. Apple's chief executive Tim Cook yesterday released his opening statement ahead of the historic hearing, here's the full text.
The Trump administration in 2019 imposed tariffs on many goods imported from China, which are part of the US-China trade war, but now Apple's wrist-worn device has been exempted.
Following recent news by the government of India regarding an increase in import duties, Apple's now responded to the announcement by boosting the price of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 8 models sold in the country in order to offset the costlier import duties.
Apple's officially denied a request it received Monday from the US Attorney General William Barr to "unlock" a pair of iPhones owned by the Pensacola naval air station shooter, rejecting the characterization that it's failed to provide "substantive assistance" in the investigation.
The United States Attorney General has made a straightforward request of Apple: unlock a pair of iPhones owned by the individual who recently attacked the Pensacola naval air station in the state of Florida.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking help from engineers at Apple to help it unlock two iPhones owned by a gunman suspected of carrying out a shooting attack that took place last month at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida.
Shareholders may reportedly get a rare chance to grill Apple executives about how exactly the tech giant will respond to future demands from national governments or other groups that limit free speech after it took a beating for removing a map app used by Hong Kong protesters.