Tim Cook’s email to Apple employees about Apple and the FBI

Nearly a week into the debate between the FBI and Apple over the San Bernardino, CA. terrorist’s locked iPhone, Tim Cook stands firm the Apple will not unlock the device for the FBI. Earlier this morning, Cook sent a mass email out to the Apple employees, explaining the situation. Apple has also posted a customer message on their site, so that everyone can review their posture.

Google Paid for Search: Pays Apple $1B to remain main iOS search engine

It has been reported by Bloomberg, that Google paid Apple and astonishing $1B so that it could remain the default Search Engine on the iOS platform.  Funny how companies that constantly battle with each other have no problem paying to play with each other.  How do you think the PR firm for Google and Apple more »

Can Apple tackle the big boys of Network TV

With the growth of Apple TV and other streaming services, it has been a struggle for these new streaming service providers to get together with the big Networks.  ESPN  has been reported as wanting to open a dialog and work with Apple on its streaming service and ESPN President, John Skipper has said that he more »

Apple lawsuit wrap-up for June 2015

June 2015 saw a number of Apple lawsuits that didn’t go their way.

Apple recalls all Beats Pill XL speakers

It’s not your music that’s hot, it’s just the battery.

Apple lawsuit wrap-up for May 2015

Want to make a quick million? Fall asleep on your MagSafe power adapter.

IBM to become the biggest “Mac Shop” on the planet

One for the “who’da’ thunk it” department.

Jony Ive takes on new responsibilities at Apple

Jony Ive gets a promotion and new responsibilities in design from Apple retail store to the Apple Campus 2.

Apple lawsuit wrap-up for April 2015

Art that can’t be named, Rob Gronkowski porn, and car wrecks that haven’t even happened yet.

Woz vs. Woz? Steve Wozniak (no, not that one) debuts outdoor fans

An entrepreneur has surfaced named “Steve Wozniak,” though it’s not who you think.

Working, living conditions improving at Foxconn

A recent limited tour of Foxconn’s Shenzhen factory provided Re/code a glimpse of what life is like for Foxconn workers.

Samsung’s patent review could save Apple $533M

Even the Supreme Court may help out this time.