Apple CEO Tim Cook one of few US execs expected to attend China investment conference amid tensions
Apple CEO Tim Cook is reportedly set to appear at the China Development Forum this weekend in Beijing.
Apple blocks update of ChatGPT-powered app, as concerns grow over AI’s potential harm
Amidst antitrust suits over Apple's use of the App Store, Apple blocked a ChatGPT email app claiming it could harm minors. Apple is asking BlueMail for a 17+ age restriction.
Florida AG eyes making Google, Apple flag 'foreign-owned apps' for consumers before downloading
Republican Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is sending letters to the CEOs of Apple and Google, calling for customers to be notified if an app is foreign-owned or developed.
Foxconn invests $500M in India business as Apple reconsiders China production
Apple's main iPhone manufacturer Foxconn has expanded its efforts to cut ties with China and invested $500 million into an existing plant in India.
Apple CEO Tim Cook ignores questions on whether he supports protests in China
The CEO of tech giant Apple, Tim Cook, dodged a series of questions from FOX Business on whether he stood by his company's business relationship with the Chinese Communist Party.
Americans are using Apple AirTags to track loved ones with dementia, report says
Some people are turning to Apple's AirTags to track loved ones with dementia. Public health officials warn it may not be the best choice, not just due to its tracking ability.
Apple workers at Oklahoma City location vote to unionize
Employees at an Apple Store in Oklahoma City have become the second retail Apple location to unionize. The group calls itself the Penn Square Labor Alliance.
Truth Social now available in Samsung Galaxy Store
Samsung has added former President Trump’s Truth Social to its Galaxy app store, despite still working on getting the platform into Google's store.
New iPhone feature alerts Nebraska police to 'worst crash' in recent memory
New iPhone 14 crash detection credited for alerting police in Lincoln, Nebraska to deadly crash that killed six. Police call it the "worst crash" in recent memory.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey visits Taiwan for announcement of $12 billion semiconductor plant for his state
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey visited Taiwan, where Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd. announced the construction of a $12 billion chip manufacturing plant in Arizona.
Tuesday trading: 5 things to know
Here are the key events taking place on Tuesday that could impact trading as U.S. markets return from a long holiday weekend.
Apple to move iPad production out of China for first time: report
Apple is moving portions of manufacturing to Vietnam in order to combat supply chain hurdles from mainland China's "zero-COVID" policies.
Rep. Kim Schrier failed to properly disclose purchase of more than $500,000 of Apple stock
Rep. Kim Schrier, D-Wash., was more than two months late in disclosing the purchase of half a million dollars worth of stock in Apple.
Google settles antitrust case over advertising practices
Alphabet Inc.’s Google agreed to pay French regulators a fine of nearly $270 million, settling one of the first antitrust cases globally that allege the tech company abused its leading role in the digital advertising sector.
Apple adds virtual IDs on iPhone, video plans that rival Zoom, Teams
Apple Inc, facing accusations from rivals that it has too much control over its App Store, on Monday outlined plans to increase user privacy and keep consumer data out of other companies' hands, laying out features including expanded video conferencing and storing virtual government IDs on iPhones.
Voice of Amazon's Alexa reportedly revealed
The voice behind Amazon's cloud-based artificial intelligence service “Alexa” may have just been identified.
Microsoft in talks to buy AI firm Nuance Communications for about $16 billion
Microsoft Corp is in advanced talks to buy artificial intelligence and speech technology company Nuance Communications Inc at about $16 billion, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Parler interim CEO on site’s return, negotiations with Big Tech
Mark Meckler tells ‘Your World’ Parler discussing return to Apple app store, ‘not really interested’ in Google Play.
Apple launches $100 million Racial Equity and Justice Initiative
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he hopes the initiative will ‘make a big difference’ in people’s lives. He also defends Apple’s suspension of Parler from its app store, saying the app could be reinstated ‘if they get their moderation together.’
Sen. Perdue on Big Tech executives donating big money to Ossoff ahead of Georgia Senate runoff election
Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., points out that his Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff 'raised twice as much money in California as he did in the state of Georgia.'