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Facebook and Apple Embody New Tech Divide

Facebook and Apple Embody the New Divide in Tech Between Ad-driven data businesses and direct-to-consumer companies.

Apple became the largest public company in the world the old-fashioned way: charging lots of consumers lots of money. 1,990 more words

Qualcomm begins cutting 1,500 jobs in cost-cutting move

”Qualcomm Inc. has begun cutting about 1,500 jobs in California as part of a broader workforce reduction aimed at meeting a commitment to investors to pare costs by $1 billion, according to people familiar with the process,” Ian King and Mark Gurman report for Bloomberg. 466 more words


Apple CEO Cook offers condolences on passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush

Apple CEO Tim Cook offered condolences on the passing of former First Lady of the United States Barbara Bush.

Mrs. Bush died Tuesday evening at her home in Houston. 200 more words


Russia wants Apple to ban secure, encrypted messaging app Telegram from App Store

”Russia’s state telecommunications regulator wants Apple and Google to remove the Telegram messenger app service from their respective app stores,” Luke Dormehl reports for Cult of Mac. 439 more words


Apple internal memo warning employees against leaking leaks

”Apple has a long history of trying to tightly control information about its products and culture,” Heather Kelly reports for CNN. “According to a new report, Apple recently sent a memo warning employees not to leak company information, saying 29 employees were caught last year, 12 of whom were arrested.” 609 more words


Can Apple still make pro hardware?

”For many years, Apple was at the top of the creative pro hardware world,” Alexander Fox writes for Apple Gazette. “Digital artists, animators, 3D modelers, photographers, game designers and developers all seemed to prefer Apple devices, reinforcing the brand’s prominence as the fancy creative brand. 790 more words


Apple shares fail to outperform market this year

”Through three and a half months of market activity so far in 2018, Apple’s stock price situation is unusual,” Douglas A. McIntyre writes for 24/7 Wall St. 654 more words