Apple partners with TSMC to develop micro OLED displays for AR devices: Nikkei
February 10, 2021
(Reuters) - Apple Inc has partnered with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co to develop micro OLED displays, which it plans to use in its upcoming augmented reality (AR) devices, Nikkei Asia reported on Wednesday.
February 8, 2021
Hyundai, Kia say they're not in talks with Apple on autonomous cars
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Co said on Monday it is not now in talks with Apple Inc on autonomous electric vehicles, sending the automaker’s shares skidding a month after it said it was in early-stage talks on cars with the tech giant.
January 29, 2021
Apple's Tim Cook criticizes social media practices, intensifying Facebook conflict
(Reuters) - Apple Inc Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook on Thursday criticized polarization and misinformation on social media, intensifying a conflict between the iPhone maker and Facebook Inc.
January 28, 2021
Apple sees revenue growth accelerating after setting record for iPhone sales, China strength
(Reuters) - Apple Inc on Wednesday reported holiday quarter sales and profits that beat Wall Street expectations, as new 5G iPhones helped push handset revenue to a new record and sparked a 57% rise in China sales.
January 10, 2021
Apple, Amazon suspend Parler social network from App Store and web hosting service
CALIFORNIA (Reuters) – Apple Inc and Amazon.com Inc have suspended Parler from their respective App Store and web hosting service, saying the social networking service popular with many right-leaning social media users has not taken adequate measures to prevent the spread of posts inciting violence.
December 30, 2020
Apple loses copyright claims in lawsuit against US security bug startup
(Reuters) - A federal judge in Florida on Tuesday dismissed Apple Inc’s copyright infringement claims against a Florida startup whose software helps security researchers find vulnerabilities in Apple products including the iPhone.
November 21, 2020
Apple, GroupM, others ask for tough protection for data in Google lawsuit
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Apple Inc, advertising giant GroupM and others asked the judge hearing the Justice Department's lawsuit against Alphabet's Google to allow them to designate certain data used by the government as "highly confidential," to ensure that no-one from Google could see it.