Apple executives gave a few hints about how the Apple Watch did in its first quarter on sale but declined to offer specific revenue or sales figures during today's call with financial analysts to discuss the company's third quarter results.
This past weekend, much of the tech industry was joining in the celebration of the LGBT community over the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states. But Facebook found itself at the center of criticism by LGBT leaders for its continued "authentic name" policy.
Apple has been working with MobileIron on OneTouch, a MobileIron service that packages and secures enterprise iOS apps for organizations and pushes them to their users, according to a MobileIron spokeswoman.
Apple may finally be on the road to success with its cloud applications. That is if the rumors are true that the company is building a high-speed network and changing the way it designs its data centers. Considering the company joined the Open Compute Project a few months ago, it seems like we should bet on the rumors being true.
Apple CEO tells organizations they have a business, social and moral responsibility to protect customer data at all costs, and dismisses government arguments against data encryption.
The top news stories for May 18, 2015.
In a Washington Post op-ed, Apple CEO Tim Cook argued against a state's ability to "enshrine discrimination" through religious freedom laws.
Apple unveiled its Apple Watch today, primarily showing off apps that you can already use on your phone. Now it's up to developers to come up with novel use cases for the watch.
Instead of a cybersecurity summit that produces little more than hot air, what we need is action from Congress to pass legislation easing the legal barriers to cyber threat information sharing while beefing up privacy protections for individuals.
The top news stories for Feb. 17, 2015.