WASHINGTON: With spats over Apple and Deutsche Bank and squabbles about Airbus and Boeing, approaching elections on both sides of the Atlantic are exacerbating strains in US-European economic relations.
PARIS: The massive hacking attack on Yahoo revealed Thursday is one of biggest thefts of online users’ personal information ever, affecting some 500 million accounts.
TORONTO: BlackBerry Ltd has agreed to offer anti-hacking software from a startup that last year discovered a major Android bug as the once-dominant smartphone company seeks to leverage ties to corporate and government clients to boost its software revenue.
CALIFORNIA: Apple Inc is spending more to manufacture its iPhone 7 smartphone than predecessor iPhone 6S due to features such as a bigger battery and larger storage capacity, according to a teardown by IHS Markit Ltd.
NEW YORK: The US music industry posted its strongest growth in more than a decade in the first six months as streaming subscriptions doubled, but weakness reigned in other formats.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, in an interview, shrugged off fears about the new AirPods falling out of listener’s ears or disappearing all of a sudden.
SYDNEY: Apple’s iPhone 7 launch generated trademark queues and brisk sales Friday that defied gloomy expectations, with some enthusiasts left empty-handed after lining up for hours as the company announced certain models had sold out.
SAN FRANCISCO, UNITED STATES: Initial quantities of the iPhone 7 Plus have sold out globally as Apple Inc prepares to roll out its new gadget in stores, the company said on Wednesday.
Not even Chief Executive Tim Cook singing “Sweet Home Alabama” on Carpool Karaoke could get Wall Street excited about the launch of Apple Inc’s iPhone 7.
SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc, the world’s most valuable publicly traded company launched its newest iPhone which features a new jet black finish, has a more responsive home button and is water and dust-resistant.