Apple won't be exempt from any new tariffs, US President Donald Trumpt tweeted today.
The House of Representatives today took a major step toward cracking down on illegal robocalls by approving a new act aimed at boosting anti-robocalling technology.
Apple today announced that its News service now features a Democratic presidential candidate guide, a comprehensive resource for everyone who wants to inform themselves about the Democratic presidential candidates this election season.
The Apple News service will provide readers with real-time election results starting at 8pm ET on November 6, replacing the existing 2018 Midterm Elections channel that went live in the summer with a brand-new Election Night section.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday issued a new email message to all employees in which he reaffirmed his support for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), saying Apple will work with members of Congress to advocate for a new solution offering support to any impacted Apple employees, like access to immigration experts.
While the FCC fought hard to keep your internet browsing data safe from third parties, it appears the United States government has other interests in mind. That said, your internet service provider (ISP) may soon begin selling your personal internet browsing data to third parties, putting your privacy at risk of exploitation.
On the other hand, there's still a way you can protect yourself and your data. Using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) will keep your internet browsing data hidden from your ISP, which in turn keeps it from being sold to third parties.
Hot on the heels of his days-long European tour that saw him receive an honorary degree from the University of Glasgow after visiting various locations including Marseille, Paris, Vreden and Berlin, Apple CEO Tim Cook meet the United Kingdom's Prime Minister Theresa May this morning at 10am local time. May and Cook discussed the company's presence in the country in the aftermath of Brexit.
U.S. President Donald Trump's controversial executive order that would bar Syrian refuges and travelers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the country is being formally challenged by Apple and 96 other companies, Bloomberg said Monday.
Apple, Google, Facebook, Intel, Airbnb Netflix, Snap, Uber, Zynga, Levi Strauss, Chobani along with many other companies have all signed an amicus brief, which is a legal filing that lets outside parties offer non-binding opinions to the court.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Uber and other technology giants, along with an unidentified consumer goods and manufacturing company, are working on a letter to formally oppose U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban which has barred Syrian refuges and travelers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the country.
Having obtained a draft of the letter, Recode reports that parties from other industries will also sign on in their support of immigration into U.S.
U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order that bars refuges and travelers from seven majority-Muslim countries—Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen—from entering the United States for at least 90 days didn't sit well with Apple.
The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the Cupertino firm is weighing its legal options and considering challenging POTUS's executive order on immigration.
Following an extremely divisive 2016 presidential election in which Donald Trump scored an upset victory over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Apple's boss Tim Cook issued a company-wide email to all employees, a copy of which was obtained by BuzzFeed's John Paczkowski.
In the memo, Cook urges employees to reach out to colleagues “if they are feeling anxious” about the election results and underscored that Apple celebrates the diversity of its employees regardless of “what they look like, where they come from, how they worship or who they love.”
Was Apple's boss Tim Cook really considered as a possible running mate for Hillary Clinton? WikiLeaks recently dumped another trove of emails and one of the messages detailing the inner workings of the Clinton campaign specifically mention Cook as an early possibility for the Vice President of the U.S.
Cook's name was included in the list with other potential VP candidates like Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg.