Free market approach not working amid series of data privacy scandals
Ultimately new regulations are likely coming for technology companies. Continue Reading Below. That's the word from Apple CEO Tim Cook. He said that during an interview on Axios on HBO on Sunday night. Cook says tech companies don't build products ...
Huawei certainly has big ambitions from its phone lineup, and after overtaking Apple in terms of sales earlier this year, the company now has another big goal for 2020: become the world’s number one smartphone manufacturer.
Not only have Apple fans just discovered the iPad Pro can double as a giant fridge magnet, but now we are all about to have our brains melted by the latest iPhone hack I bet you never knew about (because I didn't and I'm a tech reporter). What I'm ...
Apple recently launched their new iPad Pro tablets and they also launched their new Apple Pencil 2 and now we have a video of the Apple Pencil 2 vs Apple Pencil. The video of the Apple Pencil 2 and the original Apple Pencil was put together by the guys over at MacRumors and we get
WASHINGTON: Apple CEO Tim Cook predicts that new regulations of tech companies and social networks to protect personal data are “inevitable.”
Apple recently launched their new iPad Pro, there are two models, one with an 11 inch display and the other with a 12.9 inch display. These new iPads are Apple’s most expensive tablets to date prices for the $799 for the 11 inch model and $999 for the 12.9 inch model, the top model costs
Another iOS app has disappeared all of a sudden, and just like it happened in past cases, Apple doesn’t say a single word about what happens.
Washington, United States, Nov 19 – Apple CEO Tim Cook predicts that new regulations of tech companies and social networks to protect personal data are “inevitable.” In an interview with news website Axios being broadcast Sunday on HBO television, Cook said he expected the US Congress would take up the matter. “Generally speaking, I am … Continue reading "New tech regulation ‘inevitable,’ Apple CEO says"
Apps have found to be violating the company's guidelines for developers.