Apple Removes Vaping Apps From App StoreApple has removed 181 vaping-related apps from its mobile App Store globally.
2 Bay Area Men Among 14 Indicted In $6M Counterfeit iPhone, iPad SchemeFederal authorities have indicted 14 people, including two Bay Area men, linked to a multi-million dollar scheme involving counterfeit Apple iPhone and iPad devices.
Elizabeth Warren Slams Goldman Sachs On Handling Of Apple Card Gender Bias ClaimsAllegations of Apple Card gender bias have rankled one of Goldman Sachs' biggest critics: Elizabeth Warren.
Facebook Bug Accesses iPhone Camera While Users Scroll Through News FeedFacebook says a bug that inadvertently accesses a user's iPhone camera while they're scrolling through the News Feed will be fixed sometime today.
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak: Apple Card Discriminated Against WifeThe New York Department of Financial Services is looking into allegations of gender discrimination against users of the Apple Card, which is administered by Goldman Sachs.
'The Course We Are On Is Unsustainable'; Apple Announces $2.5 Billion Investment In New HousingDeclaring 'we know the course we are on is unsustainable,' Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday announced a $2.5 billion investment by the high-tech giant in a plan to help ease the ever-tightening San Francisco Bay Area housing market.
Apple Shakes Off iPhone Slump To Deliver Strong Fiscal 4QApple is still running a well-oiled moneymaking machine despite cooling demand for its hottest product, the iPhone.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Urges Senate To Take Up Immigration Reform MeasureApple CEO Tim Cook is calling on the senate to pass immigration reform legislation after a bill recently passed the House of Representatives.
Netflix's US Subscriber Growth Slowing As Competition LoomsNetflix's subscriber growth is bogging down even before the leading video streaming service confronts high-powered threats from Apple and Walt Disney Co.
Apple Removes App Used By Hong Kong Protesters To Track Police MovementsA real-time mapping app that Hong Kong protesters have been using to track police movements is no longer available for download on iPhones.
China Criticizes Apple For App That Tracks Hong Kong PoliceApple became the latest company targeted for Chinese pressure over protests in Hong Kong.