As part of its ongoing efforts to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple has released a new website and iOS/iPadOS app with a screening tool for coronavirus symptoms, along with updated information about prevention practices. In a statement this morning, Apple said the site arose out of a partnership with the Centers for Disease Control, the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force, and the … Continue reading Apple launches new self-screening tool for COVID-19
Exactly on 27 January, 10 years ago, Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs introduced one of the company's most successful products, the iPad. iPad, a cross between a laptop and a phone, ran a custom version of the software, then known as the iPhone OS. However, the device was more than just a bigger iPhone … Continue reading Apple celebrates iPad at 10
Apple Inc on Monday told a federal court it has “deep concerns” that two Chinese-born former employees accused of stealing trade secrets from the company will try to flee before their trials if their locations are not monitored. At a hearing in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, prosecutors argued that Xiaolang … Continue reading Why Apple is worried about ex-employees from China
For the first time in eight years, Microsoft Corp's stock market value overtook that of Apple's, with shares of the Windows maker rising 0.6 percent to end the week at $110.89. On Friday, Microsoft managed to not only become the world's most valuable listed company, but also succeeded at reclaiming the number one spot … Continue reading Microsoft breaks record with latest stock market value
U.S. stocks mostly rose Monday as financial and health care companies finished higher, while Apple and other technology companies continued to fall, the Associated Press reports. Asian indexes fell following weak economic data in China and a lack of progress in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, which owns … Continue reading What triggered the recent rise in US stocks?
Amid tightening regulation and endless criticism from media in the country, Apple is said to have pulled thousands of apps from its App Store in China. According to reports in China’s state broadcaster CCTV, Apple has pulled more than 25,000 apps from its App Store in the country because they were found to have violated … Continue reading Apple Inc. suffers huge setback in China for allowing gambling apps
Jake came rushing in to see his Dad. "Dad!" he puffed, "Is it true that an apple a day keeps the doctor away?" "That's what they say," said his Dad. "Well, give me an apple quick! I've just broken the doctor's window!"
Apple, Bono and Queen Elizabeth II are just a few of the big names and companies revealed in the Paradise Papers leak to have shifted money across the globe to cut tax. The spotlight on the tax affairs of the rich and powerful comes after a trove of documents was released by the US-based International … Continue reading Paradise Papers: A list of the rich and famous you never knew were mentioned
Apple co-founder Stephen Gary "Steve" Wozniak announced on Friday the launch of an online institute which offers coding lessons. The Apple II inventor has made invaluable contributions to the company's amazing growth in over 40 years but says he hopes to do more with reprogramming tech education and addressing skills gap among job seekers across … Continue reading Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak now owns an Online University
Apple Inc. no longer dominates the Chinese smartphone market as the American multinational technology company is battling with local brands - Huawei and Oppo - to retain its grip on the domestic market. In September 2015, the Cupertino-based company published an annual revenue of $233 billion for the fiscal year. Apple's revenue generation is calculated as … Continue reading Apple Inc. is losing out to Oppo And Huawei in the Chinese Smartphone Market