Apple Settles App Makers’ Suit for $100 Million
The settlement of the antitrust class action also includes changes to App Store rules that prevented developers from billing customers directly.
COVID Delays Apple’s Production Shift Away from China
The tech giant is slowing plans to move production to Vietnam as border controls tighten to contain new variants of coronavirus outbreaks.
Apple Working on ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ Plan
The company is partnering with Goldman Sachs to let users pay for purchases in installments and will rival similar services offered by Affirm and PayPal.
Microsoft Reveals Windows 11, Latest Version Since 2015
Microsoft will integrate its Teams chat software directly into the OS and is adding videoconferencing features.
Apple, Google Take Flak Over App Platforms
A witness at a Senate hearing compared the companies' control over their platforms to the "behavior of the robber barons."
The Global Chip Shortage: Worst-Hit Industries
Chip suppliers, which trimmed down chip production for autos and in turn stepped up supplies to consumer electronics, are now pressured from all quarters.
Chip Supply Shortage Will Last Through 2022: Foxconn
The electronics manufacturer supplies big-name tech companies such as Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and Microsoft.
Apple Tops Q1 Earnings Expectations
The iPhone fetched the company $65.60 billion in sales by virtue of 17.23% year-over-year growth.
Apple Supplier TSMC Wins Phoenix’s Support for $12B Plant
The Taiwanese chipmaker's advanced semiconductor fabrication campus could generate 1,900 new jobs over the next five years.
Apple Rebukes Supplier for Labor Code Violations
The company's decision to put Taiwan's Pegatron on probation underscores the “challenge facing Apple as it seeks to address abuses in its supply chain."
House Urges Reforms to Curb Big Tech Firms
Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple "have become the kinds of monopolies we last saw in the era of oil barons and railroad tycoons."