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The European Commission is aggressively pursuing tax avoidance and illegal tax advantages for individual companies. That’s good for ordinary people, writes Bernd Riegert.
Amazon is reportedly a month away from launching a new subscription-based music streaming service. Once licensing agreements are signed, Amazon will enter a crowded market dominated by Spotify and Apple Music.
Nintendo’s Pokémon Go app has turned the slumping Japanese video game developer into an overnight celebrity on the app market. Can it sustain its success, or is it just experiencing its 15 minutes of fame?
South Korea’s Samsung Electronics has said it’s on course to log its biggest operating profit in more than two years. The company indicated brisk sales of its high-end Galaxy S7 smartphone were behind the estimates.
A Chinese tribunal has ordered Apple Inc. to stop selling its iPhone 6 in Beijing, claiming the design was too similar to a Chinese-made model. The American company is continuing the sale during the appeals process.
Apple’s annual developers’ conference showcases improvements to Siri, Apple Music, and Apple Pay, among other things. Opening Siri to work with any app will present big new opportunities for software developers.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on Monday, giving software engineers the chance to rub shoulders with Apple’s technorati. But it looks like Siri will steal the show.
Beyond delivering search results and the Android mobile operating system, tech giant Google is moving into virtual reality and voice-activation technology – going toe-to-toe with Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.
Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn has bought control of struggling Japanese electronics firm Sharp for $3.5 billion. The deal is the first foreign takeover of a major Japanese electronics company.
As Apple looks set to unveil new iPhones at its annual spring product debut at the company’s campus in Silicon Valley, leading smartphone makers are already grappling with market saturation.
The Apple brand is valued at $145.9bn, according to Brand Finance
US consumer electronics giant Apple has agreed to pay 318 million euros to settle a tax dispute with Italian authorities following an investigation into allegations that the company dodged payments to the Italian taxman.
Apple is opposing provisions in a draft UK law that would weaken online encryption by requiring built-in cyber “backdoors” for government spies. The US e-gadgets company says backdoors harm rather than help security.
Samsung acquired biggest market share and Apple replaces Microsoft, says Gartner
Samsung comes in fifth, valued at $45.2bn
Apple has revealed the latest product in its battle to take over television. The completely redone Apple TV promises to run the gamut of home entertainment
The new technology could represent a significant feature for its Skype online chat service
Much of the hiring is in sensor technology, an area Chief Executive Tim Cook singled out last year as primed “to explode”.
If the report is accurate, wearers will be able to use the watch for making voice calls and for surfing the net, with or without a smartphone
Apple’s legal team vowed to prove that Samsung flagrantly copied iPhone features and should pay more than $2bn in damages, as the two smartphone giants squared off anew in a California courtroom.
The iPad 4 is available at $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model and $529 for the 16GB Wi-Fi + cellular model at the four major US carriers – AT&T Inc, Sprint Corp, T-Mobile US Inc and Verizon Communications Inc.
Apple could be looking to switch to Sony sensors for the secondary camera on the front, which currently uses parts from suppliers in the United States and elsewhere