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  1. Want a lower tax bill? So do Apple and Genentech

    For-profit companies don’t typically downplay the value of their assets…

  2. Websites of nearly one-third of U.S. House candidates are vulnerable to attack

    Three of every 10 candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives have significant security problems…

  3. Apple supplier Foxconn’s Q2 results miss estimates ahead of product launches

    Taiwan’s Foxconn, the world’s top contract electronics maker and an Apple supplier…

  4. Apple’s secret Services sauce sells systems

    espite making the hardware business look easy, Apple hasn’t always been incredibly successful…

  5. Denon and Marantz AV receivers updated with AirPlay 2 support

    Audio accessories from Denon and Marantz are gaining support for AirPlay 2 through firmware updates…

  6. Qualcomm reaches settlement in Taiwan anti-trust case

    Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm Inc will settle an anti-trust case with Taiwanese regulators for about $93 million…

  7. Apple’s year-old iPhone X trounces Samsung’s brand new Galaxy Note 9 in benchmark tests

    Geekbench 4 measures overall performance, and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 delivers…

  8. Apple orders a sitcom from ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ creators

    pple has given a straight-to-series order to a half-hour scripted comedy from Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day…

  9. Doug Field, former Tesla engineering chief, returns to Apple

    Doug Field, who stepped down as the senior vice president of engineering at Telsa last month, is returning to Apple…

  10. Hacking a brand new Mac remotely, right out of the box

    Researchers will demonstrate Thursday at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas…

  11. Does Apple’s landmark $1 trillion valuation even matter?

    Apple will forever be entwined with Aug. 2, 2018 – the day it became the world’s first company to boast a market capitalization of $1 trillion…

  12. Google hacker asks Tim Cook to donate $2.45 million in unpaid iOS bug bounties

    Apple’s iPhone is one of the most — if not the most — secure consumer device on the planet…

  13. The myth of Apple’s impossibly difficult (yet super easy) hardware business

    Every time Apple has entered a new market segment, the wailing sirens of punditry have scrambled…

  14. Performance shootout: Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro (2018) vs. Dell’s XPS 15

    The 15-inch MacBook Pro’s Core i9 processor is fast, but how does it stand up against another notebook…

  15. Apple patent application reveals intent to use iPhone as proof of identity, replacing driver’s licenses, passports

    Apple has considered the possibility of using the iPhone as a form of identification for the user…

  16. Apple is monitoring Alex Jones’ Infowars app for content violations as it becomes 3rd-most downloaded app this week

    The Infowars Official app has become the App Store’s third most-downloaded news app this week…

  17. Apple could be decisive bringing hyperloop to California

    Ever since Elon Musk conceptualized the technology of hyperloop in 2012, there has been no dearth…

  18. Alex Jones: Infowars has racked up 5.6 million new subscribers in the past 48 hours

    Infowars’ Alex Jones has issued a ‘never surrender’ battle cry to his army…

  19. Apple says iOS Health Records now backed by over 75 health institutions

    Apple’s initiative to enable iPhone users to securely access and carry their own medical records continues to expand…

  20. Gene Munster: Apple has cornered the market in VCSELs, further expanding their AR lead

    Apple’s key iPhone X augmented reality component supplier, Lumentum, reported better than expected results…

  21. TV series based on Min Jin Lee’s ‘Pachinko’ in the works at Apple

    Writer and showrunner Soo Hugh has also inked a two-year deal with studio Media Res as part of the pact for the series…

  22. Apple refutes conspiracy theory that claims iPhones ‘listen’ to conversations

    Apple says that no, iPhones do not secretly listen or record users’ conversations…

  23. Tim Cook sends Mark Zuckerberg, YouTube, and Spotify scrambling over Infowars’ Alex Jones

    The big tech firms’ decision to ban some of Alex Jones’ and Infowars’ content on the grounds of “hate speech” sets a vague precedent that leaves them vulnerable to accusations of hypocrisy…

  24. Apple, already seen as a privacy champion, needs to do more

    Apple has some of the same security problems as the other tech giants when it comes to apps…

  25. Jack Dorsey explains why Twitter isn’t banning Alex Jones and Infowars

    In a move to defend his company’s decision to not ban Alex Jones, Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey…

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