For years, Apple was the innovative leader in personal computers. Not anymore.
Australian hearing device maker Cochlear Ltd. has announced a new hearing implant processor that is natively compatible with Apple Inc.’s range of iOS devices The newly announced Nucleus 7 Sound Processor, which was approved by the U.S. Show More Summary
Really impressive stuff. Makes me think about this passage from today’s WSJ profile of Jony Ive: In other technologies, from digital assistants to driverless vehicles to augmented and virtual reality, Apple seems to lag other tech giants, including Google, Amazon and Tesla. Who exactly is Apple lagging in AR? ?
Christina Passariello scored a profile on Apple's Chief Creative Officer, Jony Ive, and AC2, the campus officially named Apple Park. And it's terrific. From The Wall Street Journal: Apple Park is unlike any other product Ive has worked on. Show More Summary
The Trump administration is looking to tech sector elites to help shape funding policy for science, technology, engineering and math public school education programs.
Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics supplier for Apple and other tech giants, said Wednesday it would open its first major American factory in Wisconsin, a boost both for the battleground state's economy and the Trump administration's efforts to bolster domestic manufacturing. Show More Summary
Blizzard Entertainment's Overwatch is hugely popular and has garnered quite a community. However, there are some rotten apples in the bunch that Blizzard feels need to be weeded out, so its doing some late summer cleaning in the form of promising to crackdown on the bad behavior...
Samsung, the world's largest maker of memory chips and smartphones, has likely surpassed Intel by its semiconductor revenue during the last quarter and outstripped Apple in quarterly earnings for the first time as tight supplies, increased uses of connected devices and mobile data created an unprecedented boom in the memory chip industry.
Taiwan-based Foxconn is perhaps best known for assembling Apple iPhones in China.
Two of The Oppenheimer Group Tour de Fresh riders are sporting Jazz apples to promote the brand at the July 25-27 event. Two of The Oppenheimer Group Tour de Fresh riders are sporting Jazz apples to promote the brand at the July 25-27 event.
Disney Research has come up with a new way to allow multiple people to experience the same augmented reality experience while in the same room — without wearing a headset or holding a mobile device. SEE ALSO: Apple's ARKit will make...Show More Summary
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou on Wednesday announced plans to invest $10 billion in an LCD manufacturing plant in Wisconsin, with production slated to go to subsidiary Sharp.
Much like Apple, Amazon is now said to have a secret heathcare team working on electronic medical records and telemedicine. A new report from CNBC details the team, dubbed 1492 in reference to the year Columbus first landed in the Americas. more…
Apple Music executives are no strangers to public interviews and now, Trent Reznor has sat down with Vulture for a wide-ranging discussion. The conversation jumped between Reznor’s Nine Inch Nails life, his work at Apple Music and Beats, and more… more…
The White House touts the plan as a win. Foxconn's history of investment hasn't always panned out.
Another day, another gloomy Apple prediction. A new report from Macotakara adds fuel to a rumor we've been hearing a lot: the iPhone 8 won't be ready for the traditional mid-September iPhone launch. The Makotakara source says that the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus will launch alongside a new, more premium model (read: iPhone 8) sometime in September. Show More Summary
The deal will "bring jobs and billions of dollars in investments to our country," according to a White House spokesman.
A judge has ruled that Apple Inc.’s A7, A8 and A8X processors infringe on patents held by the University of Wisconsin, and the court has ordered Apple to pay the university more than $506 million in damages. The specific patent in question is US Patent No. Show More Summary