Apple CEO Tim Cook took shots at other tech companies and urged them to take responsibility for the “chaos factory” they built in his commencement speech at Stanford University on Sunday.
Amazon is the most valuable brand in the world, a new report has found.
The deals are also intended to help the firms better compete against Microsoft.
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Wednesday that Apple’s World Travel Adapter Kits sold before February 2015 were being recalled due to the “risk of electric shock.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company was not getting hit by the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China and he did not think that it would likely happen.
Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon are all in the crosshairs.
With Apple's incoming software update — iOS 13 — you may never have to see "unknown caller" pop up on your iPhone again.
CEO Tim Cook insisted Apple is “not a monopoly” and said the tech company did not have a superior position in any market amid reports that the U.S. Justice Department is looking to launch a potential antitrust probe on leading tech firms.
Amid privacy concerns, Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) is asking Apple CEO Tim Cook to give users an option to not be tracked.
With prices starting at $5,999, the new Mac Pro will rank as one of Apple’s most expensive – and powerful -- pieces of hardware when it goes on-sale this fall.
The potential probe would unfold as part of a broader review of practices at major tech companies.
Apple executives are expected to announce a slew of updates at its annual developers' conference on Monday, including the possible end of iTunes nearly two decades after its launch.
An Australian teenager who hacked into Apple twice in hopes of scoring a job with the tech company escaped jail time and was advised by the judge to use his talents for good rather than evil.
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The Trump administration has effectively banned Huawei from doing business in the United States.
One of Apple's earliest investors regrets selling his shares.
Because most of Apple's supply chain is based in China (including final assembly at a Foxconn), however, the country could face some unintended side-effects.
The company said the keyboard issues have only surfaced in “a small percentage” of MacBooks.
Since peaking at a year-high in early May, Apple shares have shed close to 14 percent of those gains – largely because of renewed U.S.-China trade tensions.
The graduates, he said, should spend their time working on issues that haven’t already been solved.