The company that makes your iPhones isn’t the only Apple that matters on global markets. Have a look what’s happening in China. Trading volume in the ...
This leg of the legal saga between the competing smartphone makers goes into what a design patent applies to: can Apple seek damages only based on what the patent covers or the whole product that the patented part is in?
Motorola appears to be working on a foldable smartphone that turns into a tablet, along with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy X, Apple foldable iPhone and Huawei foldable phone. Folding iPhone with OLED screen revealed in official document · Samsung ...
Xiaomi has been rumored to skip the Mi 7 branding and launch the Mi 8 instead. Now a new rumor claims that the Mi 8 will sport an iPhone X-like face recognition technology. Although there's no confirmation on the existence of
Apple is seeking about $1 billion from Samsung in another go-round stemming from a long-running smartphone patent-infringement dispute.
Tim Cook most recently met with President Trump on April 25th at the White House, a day after attending the state dinner for French president Emmanuel Macron. But the Apple CEO hasn't discussed what he and Trump talked about, until now.
The brand spanking new AI powered Google News app hit the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store on Tuesday. When the app is opened, "For You" brings you a brief look at five stories based on your past reading interests; this is a combination of top headlines, local stories, and topics that Google has detected an interest in on your part. Using machine learning capabilities, the app helps analyze the headlines and puts stories about the same subject matter together into "newscasts." This helps you quickly get up to date about a particular story
Before the iPhone X launched, there were rumors of Apple using an in-display fingerprint scanner on the handset. As we all know now though, the Cupertino company ultimately ended up going with Face ID on the iPhone X and completely ditched Touch ID from it.
Billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper no longer wants a bite of Apple. Tepper’s Appaloosa Management exited its position in the tech giant some time in the first quarter, according to regulatory filings released Tuesday. The fund’s stake in Apple was roughly $770 million, using March 30 prices.
Institutional investors haven’t been this skeptical on Apple Inc. since at least the financial crisis. They reduced their holdings in the iPhone maker by about 153 million shares in the first three months of the year, an analysis of 13F filings showed.