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Virus attack on chipmaker could hit Apple iPhone production

Virus attack on chipmaker could hit Apple iPhone production

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The incident has come at a sensitive period for Apple.

How the Samsung Galaxy Watch stacks up against the Apple Watch Series 3

How the Samsung Galaxy Watch stacks up against the Apple Watch Series 3

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Alongside the Note 9, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Watch, the newest addition to its line of wearables which ended with the Gear S3 two years ago. Samsung is offering the smartwatch in two sizes: a 46mm model that comes in silver, and a 42mm model which comes in midnight black and rose gold. The Galaxy Watch will be available as a Bluetooth-only version in the US on August 24th, and an LTE version, which will be available later this year.

Apple runs into another embarrassing issue with the new MacBook Pro

Apple runs into another embarrassing issue with the new MacBook Pro

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A series of embarrassing gaffes in Cupertino are leading many to question whether Apple has lost its eye for detail. Just weeks after Apple acknowledged, then patched, a throttling issue in its update...

Brand new Apple Macs could be hacked remotely during set-up process

Brand new Apple Macs could be hacked remotely during set-up process

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Researchers at the Black Hat security conference revealed an exploit that allows hackers compromise a Mac the first time it connects to Wi-Fi.

Apple Pay usage grows strongly outside the U.S.

Apple Pay usage grows strongly outside the U.S.

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Most people are still leery about giving up their wallet. Only a small percentage of smartphone owners use their mobile to make purchases at brick-and-mortar stores. But attitudes are starting to change. As a result, Apple Pay is growing strongly. Surprisingly, most of that growth is outside of the U.S. “Adoption of Apple Pay continues

The spotlight is back on the iCar as Tesla's vehicle engineering chief returns to Apple

The spotlight is back on the iCar as Tesla's vehicle engineering chief returns to Apple

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Doug Field, former Apple VP of Mac hardware, and also former Tesla VP of engineering, is now back at Apple and working on the company's secretive Project Titan, Daring Fireball's John Gruber has found out.

Doug Field returns to Apple after leaving Tesla - Roadshow

Doug Field returns to Apple after leaving Tesla - Roadshow

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The engineer will reportedly work with the exec in charge of Apple's self-driving car program.

Tesla car chief returns to Apple 'to work on secret car project'

Tesla car chief returns to Apple 'to work on secret car project'

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Apple, Ubisoft and ‘It’s Always Sunny’ writers join forces

Apple, Ubisoft and ‘It’s Always Sunny’ writers join forces

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Ubisoft has been trying to branch out into other areas of entertainment for a while. The first big push came with the Prince of Persia movie, then more recently, we had the Assassin’s Creed movie. So far, jumping straight into blockbusters hasn’t worked out, so we’ll be seeing a TV show next, written and produced …

China Threatens to Hold Apple Hostage

China Threatens to Hold Apple Hostage

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To gain advantage in the intensifying “trade war” with the United States, China threatened on Tuesday to retaliate against Apple Inc with an incredible public statement.

Former Tesla VP returns home to work on Apple Car

Former Tesla VP returns home to work on Apple Car

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Doug Field, a former Vice President of Mac Hardware Engineering at Apple, has returned to the company after spending several years at Tesla. The interesting part? At Tesla, Field was employed as the Vice President of Vehicle Programs with a role overseeing development of new electric vehicles for the company. Now that he is back

Apple's relations with India put to test, over the government's anti-spam app

Apple's relations with India put to test, over the government's anti-spam app

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Non-compliance could result in Apple iPhones being "derecognized" from the country's networks.

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