Liberal billionaire George Soros drastically increased his shares in a handful of tech companies after previously bashing such companies as a “menace” and while a coalition of progressive groups he financially backs pushes a campaign that includes a goal of breaking up Facebook.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) on Thursday castigated Apple for closing a technological loophole that law enforcement agencies used to get information from locked iPhones, suggesting that the tech giant’s decision gives precedence to “criminals and terrorists” over “the safety of the American people.”
MSNBC host Chris Hayes’ interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook airing Friday night marks another joint venture between NBCUniversal and Apple, as the giants have made two major deals with each other over the past two years.
A non-governmental organization that promotes freedom of information worldwide on Monday urged journalists who use Apple iCloud China to stop doing so by the end of the month, when control of their data will pass to the Chinese government.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said Wednesday that the company’s newly announced investments came in part thanks to Republicans’ tax reform law.
Sen. John Thune (R., S.D.), chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, on Tuesday pressed Apple Inc. to answer several questions about how the tech giant has handled battery-related performance issues on iPhones, joining French officials who have launched an investigation into the matter.
Apple Inc. spent more on its lobbying efforts during President Donald Trump’s first year in office than it had in any year previously, according to disclosures.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at China’s World Internet Conference (WIC), where he declared that Apple’s “partners in China” share the company’s vision for openness.