You lose Mr Bond
Apple’s super secure, highly efficient, well programmed, iTunes seems to have let down Britain’s most famous secret agent.
Apple’s unpaid “press office” refuses to support Apple news
For years the New York Times has bolstered the fruity cargo cult Apple by providing it with free advertising. But now that appears to be coming to an end.
Avoiding Trump’s immigration policy
US companies are going to keep hiring foreign tech workers, even as the Trump administration makes doing so more difficult.
Analysts say it has been bought to its knees and now is looking for an intervention
Japan Display is starting to regret a 2015 deal it did with Apple to build a new factory for LCD panels.
Just a bit slow
Software King of the World Microsoft just booted up the first “DNA drive” for storing data.
Did not provide accurate and complete answers
Mobile operator O2 has been fined £75,000 by telcom watchdog Ofcom for “failing to provide accurate and complete answers” to the regulator.
Top department store snubs Job’s Mob
Australia's largest department store Myer has announced that it will stop selling Apple products because they are unprofitable.
Only $200 million now
South Korea’s antitrust regulator has lowered a decade-old penalty imposed on US chipmaker Qualcomm by 18 percent to $200 million.
Adsense costs Google 1.49 billion euro
Google has been fined 1.49 billion euro by the European Commission which said that the case focused on the company’s illegal practices in search advertising brokering from 2006 to 2016.
Oh those Russians
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has filed an antitrust complaint against the fruity cargo cult Apple with the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service.