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Archives: September 2018

  1. Musk ousted as Tesla chairman, fined $40 million in SEC settlement over fraud charges; will remain CEO

    Elon Musk will relinquish the role of Tesla Inc. chairman and split a $40 million…

  2. U.S. ITC judge denies Qualcomm’s request, won’t stop iPhone imports

    On Friday, U.S. International Trade Commission judge Thomas Pender found that the iPhones violate…

  3. Analyst estimates Google will pay Apple $9 billion this year to remain default search

    Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall said in a new research note that Google may be paying Apple $9 billion…

  4. Will Apple buy Tesla? Or will Google?

    One of the things I love about New York City is I’ve forged friendships with people from different backgrounds…

  5. Professional queuers left out in the cold at Moscow iPhone Xs/Max launch

    Hundreds of Russians braved the cold and rain to queue for days outside a Moscow phone store…

  6. Apple’s Screen Time is not accurate for tracking your habits

    iOS 12 is out, and a lot of people are suddenly realizing that they spend way too much time on their smartphones…

  7. Apple’s CarPlay now lets you use Google Maps, but you’ll want to stick with the more reliable Apple Maps

    You can now use Google Maps, Waze, or some other navigation app in CarPlay…

  8. Facebook discovers security breach affecting 50 million users

    Facebook Inc. has discovered a security flaw affecting about 50 million user accounts…

  9. FBI solves mystery surrounding 15-year-old Fruitfly Mac malware

    The FBI has solved the final mystery surrounding a strain of Mac malware that was used…

  10. Apple’s iPhone Xs Max could be a profit machine

    Gross profits on the $1,250 model with 256 GB of memory…

  11. IBM to assist Brazil’s Banco Inter to integrate 1,000 Apple Macs

    Banco Inter has acquired 1,000 Macs and teamed up with IBM Services….

  12. New Apple Watch’s ECG feature can detect more underlying heart issues

    The new iPhone models were quickly relegated to second tier headlines after Apple’s latest product announcement…

  13. Apple wins reversal in University of Wisconsin patent case

    The U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals threw out a $234 million damages award…

  14. New initiative offers free accidental death insurance to Apple Watch owners

    Consumers who own an Apple Watch are being offered $1,000 of accidental death insurance coverage…

  15. How to install macOS Mojave on unsupported Macs

    As you may know by now, the list of MacOS Mojave compatible Macs is more strict than previous releases…

  16. How to get the most out of Apple’s Siri in iOS 12

    iOS 12 isn’t a radical change from iOS 11, but Apple did make notable upgrades to Siri…

  17. Apple went rotten after Steve Jobs’ death, former engineer claims in lawsuit

    Apple turned against customers and its own employees after the death of co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs…

  18. U.S. SEC charges Tesla CEO Elon Musk with fraud

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission for fraud…

  19. Apple releases watchOS 5.0.1 for Apple Watch

    Apple today released a new software update for the Apple Watch…

  20. Apple seeds first public beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.1

    Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming macOS Mojave 10.14.1 update…

  21. Facebook is giving advertisers access to users’ shadow contact information

    Last week, I ran an ad on Facebook that was targeted at a computer science professor…

  22. Signs point to another Apple special event in October

    Apple has held a second fall event 60 percent of the time…

  23. AppleInsider reviews Apple Watch Series 4: The full realization of what a wearable can and should do

    When the Apple Watch debuted in 2015, it wasn’t exactly clear what problems…

  24. Every iPhone model ranked, from worst to best

    The new iPhone XS and XS Max are generating rave reviews…

  25. Using Desktop Stacks in macOS Mojave

    A new feature in macOS Mojave is the ability to temporarily group files on your Desktop into Stacks…

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