Apple's China-based store removed holy books from Amazon's audiobook service Audible and phone apps
Sources familiar with the situation told The Verge that Janneke Parrish, a program manager on Apple Maps, was terminated for "non-compliance" after deleting files off of her work devices during an internal investigation. The files reportedly included apps like Robinhood, Pokémon GO, and Google Drive.
Apple Inc was on a collision course with South Korea on Friday over new requirements that it stop forcing app developers to use its payment systems, with a government official warning of a possible investigation into the iPhone maker's compliance
Apple is studying ways to make AirPods into a health device, including enhancing hearing, reading body temperature and monitoring posture
Apple announced plans on Tuesday to hold a special event with the tagline “Unleashed” on Oct 18.
Apple Inc on Friday asked a U.S. federal judge to put on hold orders that could require it to change some of its App Store practices and said that it is also appealing the ruling in an antitrust case brought by "Fortnite" creator Epic Games, according to court filings.
Jonathan Kanter, the third of three progressives named to top U.S. antitrust posts by President Joe Biden, pledged on Wednesday to enforce antitrust law in agriculture, pharmaceutical prices and the labor market, as well as in Big Tech.
Banks rushed to work with the Apple Pay mobile wallet when it debuted in 2014. They have some regrets.
Apple and Alphabet's Google have been asked to turn in by mid-October compliance plans for a new South Korean law that bans major app store operators from forcing software developers to use their payment systems, a regulatory official said on Wednesday.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki won’t say definitively whether the company took down material from leading Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny at the request of Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of the country’s elections.
Constellation Research CEO Ray Wang provides insight into supply chain issues in the tech industry and the latest iPhone.
Apple, Inc. is set to roll out a digital copy of COVID-19 vaccination cards in the company's Apple Wallet app for users to present at businesses and venues.
Apple Inc. won’t be letting the popular videogame “Fortnite” back onto the iPhone anytime soon.
When the Kremlin requested that a pro-democratic Russian app be taken down by Big Tech, Google and Apple raised eyebrows by fulfilling that request.
Apple CEO Tim Cook assured employees in an email on Tuesday evening that the company is doing "everything in our power to identify those who leaked" details about an all-hands meeting held by the tech giant on Friday.
Apple is working on features designed to detect depression, anxiety, autism and the cognitive decline that can develop into Alzheimer’s and other kinds of dementia, according to a Tuesday report in the Wall Street Journal.
Apple and Google stand accused of “political censorship” after the companies removed an app created by imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny under pressure from the Kremlin.
A serious iPhone software vulnerability has been traced to a firm accused of providing spy tech to autocratic governments. Here’s what you need to know.
Apple executives signaled to employees this week that they plan to take an active role in discussions on key political issues that have roiled Capitol Hill in recent weeks, including the fight over Texas’ abortion law and current U.S. immigration policy under the Biden administration.
The FTC's Office of Policy Planning released findings on Wednesday from a study which focused on over 600 unreported acquisitions by Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft between Jan. 1, 2010 and Dec. 31, 2019.