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Apple and Google face growing revolt over app-store ‘tax’

Apple and Google face growing revolt over app-store ‘tax’

A backlash against the app stores of Apple and Google is gaining steam, with a growing number of companies saying the tech companies are collecting too high a tax for connecting consumers to developers’ wares.
Apple hired scores of ex-Tesla employees this year, and not just for its car project

Apple hired scores of ex-Tesla employees this year, and not just for its car project

Apple has attracted scores of employees away from Tesla since late 2017, including manufacturing, security and software engineers, and, more recently, supply chain experts, according to several current and former Tesla employees and LinkedIn data.
Apple reassures customers after Australian media reports hack by teen

Apple reassures customers after Australian media reports hack by teen

SYDNEY/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc APPL.O said on Friday no customer data was compromised after Australian media reported a teenager had pleaded guilty to hacking into its main computer network, downloading internal files and accessing customer accounts.
A $2,000 iPhone: It's coming. It's inevitable

A $2,000 iPhone: It's coming. It's inevitable

Apple is a company that's well known for pushing the price envelope. It commands a price point and profit margin for the iPhone, iPad, iMac, and MacBooks that other companies could only dream of for their products.
Apple is beefing up a team to explore making its own health chips

Apple is beefing up a team to explore making its own health chips

has a team exploring a custom processor that can make better sense of health information coming off sensors from deep inside its devices, job listings show. The effort hints at Apple's ability to pump out custom chips on as-needed basis, reflecting a greater level of vertical integration than other technology companies.
Apple held secret meeting with developers in 2017 to push app subscriptions

Apple held secret meeting with developers in 2017 to push app subscriptions

According to a report this week by Business Insider, Apple convened an invitation-only meeting in New York in April of 2017, aimed at letting developers know that the model for apps was changing. 
Ralph Nader On What He Thinks Apple Should Do With Its Excess Billions

Ralph Nader On What He Thinks Apple Should Do With Its Excess Billions

Before Apple became the world's first private sector company to be worth $1 trillion earlier this month, CEO Tim Cook announced $100 billion worth of stock buybacks.
Apple Defends Its Decision To Allow Infowars In The App Store

Apple Defends Its Decision To Allow Infowars In The App Store

Apple will continue to allow the Infowars Official mobile application in its App Store, the company confirmed to BuzzFeed News on Wednesday, just days after banning several podcasts associated with the conspiracy site.
Apple to lawmakers: Your iPhone isn't spying to you

Apple to lawmakers: Your iPhone isn't spying to you

The iPhone only listens to users when triggered by the phrase "Hey Siri," Apple said in a letter to lawmakers explaining how it guards consumer privacy. The letter was written in response to a one sent by leaders of the House's Energy and Commerce Committee seeking .....
Apple and Google haven’t banned Infowars apps, and their downloads are booming

Apple and Google haven’t banned Infowars apps, and their downloads are booming

Infowars Official, the app named after Alex Jones’ controversial radio talk show, has become the fourth most popular news app in the United States that’s currently available in the iOS App Store, according to public rankings. It was the 47th most popular just two days ago.


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