Apple fears that the release of its latest iPhone could be delayed over fears of a ‘mutated’ computer virus at one of its manufacturing facilities. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC), one of the world’s largest chipmaker, has been hit by a new strain of the WannaCry ransomware attack.
Apple has said all of Alex Jone's podcasts will henceforth be banned from its platform while five of his podcats have also been removed as well.Apple has stated it is curtains down for Infowars podcasts on iTunes and Apple Podcasts for the simple reason that it violated the company’s guidelines on hate speech. This effectively
Apple NASDAQ AAPL delivered a very strong third quarter fiscal 2018 with sales climbing 17 year over year and earnings per share growing by 40 The company s revenue of 53 3 billion and earnings per share of 2 34 easily outpaced Wall Street s expectations and no doubt
Apple supply-partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company fixed the WannaCry ransomware issues and commenced operations at the iPhone-chipset factories. Read to know whether the Apple's Fall event 2018 will get postponed or not.
Apple will launch three different iPhone models this year, and an LCD version is very likely to be included as a more affordable configuration.
Facebook took down the Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the Infowars Page and the Infowars Nightly News Page after some users complained about the content last week.
Taking a look at last week's big picture news, we saw that Donald Trump imposed more tariffs and trading partners, most notably China last week, retaliated. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 finished the week higher than it started, with Apple ( AAPL ) becoming the first $1 trillion-dollar company along the way. The market
Consumer Reports today published its first-ever breakdown of the best peer-to-peer mobile payment platforms. Comparing Venmo, Square Cash, Facebook Messenger, Zelle, and Apple Pay Cash, the tests found that Apple’s offering scored “significantly higher” than competitors…
SHANGHAI: Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Chinese telecoms behemoth Huawei, likens the company to a ruthless "wolf" tirelessly running down its prey, an ethos that could soon make it the apex predator of the smartphone world.