Apple Finds 44 Core Violations at Suppliers
The company's expanded audit finds the number of serious violations of its code of conduct doubled in 2017 but overall compliance is improving.
Apple Hit With $14B Penalty Over Irish Tax Deal
The European Commission says Ireland improperly allowed Apple to avoid paying taxes on almost all profits from sales in the EU.
Smartwatch Sales Take a Tumble
Shipments fell 32% in the second quarter, as Samsung and others ate into Apple's market share.
In Tech, It’s How Well You Invest that Matters
What seems to matter most is not how much you invest but how well you invest.
Shake It Off
How we listen to music and what we listen to has changed dramatically. Take our quiz to see if you are keeping up with the technologies and the artists.
Tablet Market to Rebound (Slightly) in 2018
Tablet sales are expected to drop nearly 10% this year, but two years from now the detachables market could reinvigorate the category.
Best Buy Forecasts Lower Profits; CFO Departing
Best Buy expects sales in the second quarter will be flat, and that non-GAAP diluted earnings per share will fall short of Wall Street's expectations.
Apple Makes $1B Investment in China’s Uber
The move comes as Apple's core iPhone business is maturing — and investors speculate it is developing a self-driving car.
Mobile Payments: Where’s the Benefit?
The 'use case' for mobile payments, particularly at the point of sale, is still not strong enough to lure the bulk of smartphone owners.
Apple’s Q2 Results Miss on iPhone Sales Drop
The company suffered its first quarterly revenue decline in 13 years as its flagship smartphone appears to be nearing saturation point.
Microsoft Sues Over Feds’ Secret Data Searches
The suit seeking to overturn a 1986 law aligns Microsoft with the tech industry in a high-stakes battle over privacy rights.