Apple has bought around two dozen companies in the past 6 months, Tim Cook says – MarketWatch

Apple has bought around two dozen companies in the past 6 months, Tim Cook...

They don’t always make headlines, but Apple Inc. has been snapping up companies at a rapid pace recently. Chief Executive Tim Cook told CNBC in a weekend interview from Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s BRK.B, -2.49%  annual meeting that the tech giant has bought between 20 and 25 companies in the past six months. “If we have…
Tim Cook says keep Apple out of tech breakup talk – CNET

Tim Cook says keep Apple out of tech breakup talk – CNET

Tim Cook says Apple isn't a monopoly. CNBC Apple CEO Tim Cook says he's tired of the perception that all tech companies are cut from the same cloth, especially from vocal figures in Washington who have called for his company to be broken up."I'm frustrated that tech is painted as monolithic. Tech is not monolithic,"…
Apple Releases the Cute, Totally Free iPhone Game ‘Warren Buffett’s Paper Wizard’ and People are SO MAD About It – Touch Arcade

Apple Releases the Cute, Totally Free iPhone Game ‘Warren Buffett’s Paper Wizard’ and People...

Apple released an iPhone game today, their first since 2008’s Texas Hold ‘Em which launched alongside the App Store more than a decade ago. The new game is called Warren Buffett’s Paper Wizard (Free) and, as you may know, Buffet is the third wealthiest person in the world nowadays. However, one of his first jobs…
Apple Q2 2019 Earnings Show iPhone Business Stalling, But Services Expanding at Rapid Pace – Gizmodo

Apple Q2 2019 Earnings Show iPhone Business Stalling, But Services Expanding at Rapid Pace...

The iPhone XS (left) and XS Max (right). Photo: Marcio Jose Sanchez (AP)Everyone has a theory: Maybe it’s that iPhones are too expensive. Maybe it’s that Apple’s quality control seems weaker, or that they’ve alienated consumers by removing consumer-friendly features like the headphone jack. Maybe it’s that iPhones keep getting more and more expensive at…
Tim Cook says Apple TV Plus and other new services “aren’t hobbies” – Business Insider

Tim Cook says Apple TV Plus and other new services “aren’t hobbies” – Business...

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company's latest service offerings "aren't hobbies."VCG/VCG via Getty Images Apple CEO Tim Cook seemed defensive Tuesday when asked to assess the potential of the company's new service offerings. Apple's new subscription video, game, and news services "aren't hobbies," Cook said. The line was reminiscent of one he and former…
Apple is finally moving beyond the iPhone as the smartphone industry stalls out – CNBC

Apple is finally moving beyond the iPhone as the smartphone industry stalls out –...

Apple's iPhone is an incredible moneymaking machine. In the first three months of 2019, Apple sold $31 billion worth of iPhones.At the same time, the iPhone is becoming less important to Apple's total sales as the smartphone industry stalls globally.iPhone revenue accounted for 53.5% of Apple's revenue for the company's fiscal second quarter, which it…
Apple sets sights on services as iPhone revenue continues to fall – Ars Technica

Apple sets sights on services as iPhone revenue continues to fall – Ars Technica

Q2 numbers are in — The iPhone maker saw more of the same during the second quarter of 2019. Valentina Palladino - Apr 30, 2019 10:40 pm UTC Today, Apple shared its fiscal second-quarter results with shareholders. After a tumultuous first quarter that saw CEO Tim Cook revise the company's guidance weeks before the earnings…
Apple has been battered all year by bad headlines, but the stock keeps going up ahead of Q2 earnings – CNBC

Apple has been battered all year by bad headlines, but the stock keeps going...

Tim CookAndrew Burton | Getty ImagesWhen Apple reports second-quarter earnings on Tuesday after the bell, sales will be down from the same time last year. That's according to Apple's own guidance.Apple has been pummeled in the headlines all year. On January 2, Apple said that its critical holiday quarter revenue would be $7 billion short…
Why Is Apple Paying Amazon $30 Million a Month? – Motley Fool

Why Is Apple Paying Amazon $30 Million a Month? – Motley Fool

The tech giant is still running some of its cloud services on Amazon Web Services. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) weren't competitors in the past, but the two companies now have overlapping interests in app stores, streaming media, virtual assistants, smart speakers, tablets, and set-top boxes. Apple is gradually evolving into Amazon's ecosystem rival as…
Student Sues Apple for $1 Billion, Blames Face-Recognition Tech for False Arrest – Insurance Journal

Student Sues Apple for $1 Billion, Blames Face-Recognition Tech for False Arrest – Insurance...

Apple is being sued for $1 billion in damages by an 18-year-old college student who blames the company’s facial recognition software for his false arrest and for wrongly tying him to thefts at Apple stores in several states. The plaintiff said the incidents adversely affected his education and reputation and caused him stress and hardship.…

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