CASHe CEO feels nothing can match Apple's security, says his iPhone is a world in itself
Ketan Patel said that the mild and wholesome khichdi is his comfort food.
iPhone makers suspend India production due to lockdown
Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., is suspending operations until ...
Apple to close retail stores worldwide, except Greater China, until March 27
Apple Inc said late on Friday it will close all its retail store...
From 'Sam-suck' to Apple rival: The Samsung transformation
Today Samsung -- by far South Korea's most powerful conglomerate with more than 50 affiliates from electronics and insurance to hotels and apartments -- is a larger smartphone manufacturer than Apple, and at the same time a key supplier to its great rival.
Apple to pay up to $500 million to settle U.S. lawsuit over slow iPhones
The preliminary proposed class-action settlement was disclosed on Friday night and requires approval by U.S. District Judge Edward Davila in San Jose, California.
World closes borders, restricts travel to contain coronavirus spread
The World Health Organization (WHO) says Europe has become the pandemic's current epicentre after reporting more cases and deaths than the rest of world combined, apart from China where the coronavirus originated last December.
Apple increases prices of some iPhone models
As per industry executives, the Budget had hiked import duty of various products both by way of increase in basic custom duty rate and withdrawal of earlier exemption from basic custom duty and social welfare surcharge.
No more murder mysteries: Apple's new 'no iPhones for baddies' policy could ruin suspense thrillers
Everyone will know whodunit by the cellphone that the culprit does not have.
Apple’s Tim Cook calls coronavirus a ‘challenge’ at shareholder talk
Tim Cook said for the first time Apple would open its online store in India this year.
French antitrust regulator fines Apple $1.2 bln
The fine, the biggest ever levied by the French antitrust body, comes at a time of heightened scrutiny on U.S. tech giants by European regulators, who have been delving into the firms' powerful market position, the tax they pay, and how they protect consumers' privacy.
No iPhones for bad guys? Filmmaker Rian Johnson gets candid on Apple's new policy
Johnson discussed a scene from his recent murder mystery feature 'Knives Out'.
Baidu predicts slide in revenue due to coronavirus
From Microsoft Corp. and Apple Inc. to Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., the world’s largest corporations have either scaled back on projections or warned of a hit to their operations from Covid-19.
New low-cost iPhone to enter mass production in February
The Cupertino, California-based company is expected to officially unveil the new phone as early as March.
Why Apple's upcoming first India store is making news
Apple currently sells its devices through third-party reseller outlets like Amazon, Flipkart and Paytm Mall. Apple plans to sell its devices through its own website starting the later half of this year and will build a physical store, most likely in Mumbai, next year.
European shares slump as Apple warning hammers tech sector
The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 0.8 per cent by 0803 GMT.
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