This week's cover of The New Yorker has been sketched using an iPad and Apple Pencil, created by illustrator Jorge Colombo. The image depicts Brooklyn Bridge Park in Brooklyn Heights that Colombo.. MacRumours.com
It looks like Apple is still serious about exploring the idea of some kind of fully virtual keyboard for its notebooks or perhaps an entirely new hybrid device. That is if a freshly updated patent is.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
The practice of Medicine continues to evolve as technology improves, but could there ever be a time when tech will make the need for doctors themselves dwindle away? With the dawn of smart homes, and.. Source: Wochit Tech -
When it comes to who's more loyal between iPhone and Android users, we have a clear winner as more people prefer to stick with their iPhones in the next 12 months, according to Morgan Stanley. Sean.. Source: Buzz60 -
Qualcomm isn't backing down in its massive legal fight with Apple over royalty payments.
The chipmaker has asked a US court to force iPhone suppliers to keep paying it royalty fees, while it.. Business Insider
Sir Jony Ive, one of Britain's most successful designers and the guru behind Apple's hit iPhone, has said talent is one of the key ingredients of for the technology sector to flourish.
Asked what.. City A.M.
Qualcomm plans to ask the ITC to block imports of iPhones, according to a report. The move apparently was spurred by Apple's recent decision to stop making royalty payments owed under a licensing.. E-Commerce Times
Could a non-invasive wearable blood-glucose monitor that links to an Apple Watch help change people’s lives and lead to better avoidance of diabetes onset? Roman and Glenn discuss this, along with.. Macworld
Welcome to Apple College. School is in session.
Everyone I know has a mobile app idea. I even have a few, but little idea of how to build an iPhone app.
Last year, I tried learning code with.. Mashable
UK government ministers are planning to enforce new powers that would compel tech companies like WhatsApp and Apple to hand over encrypted messages, according to a report in The Sun.
The report was.. Business Insider
Denise Young Smith, who served as Apple's head of Worldwide Human Resources, has taken on a new role, according to her LinkedIn page. Going forward, Smith will tackle diversity issues at the company as.. MacRumours.com
Even as Apple is still in talks with the government over its demands for duty exemptions and other concessions, reports suggest that the company is looking to expand local manufacturing capacity in the.. BGR India
Apple is back in the business of trying to convince consumers to switch to its products from a rival platform. Only this time it's targeting users of Android, not Windows.
The iPhone maker on.. Business Insider
Apple today debuted an overhauled webpage aimed at encouraging Android users to switch to the iPhone, introducing a simpler FAQ-style site that highlights iPhone features and makes it clear how simple.. MacRumours.com
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook has been seen personally testing a device that tracks blood sugar. What could this mean for the future of the Apple Watch? While making his way around the company's Cupertino,.. bizjournals
CEOs of big technology companies often have fairly unusual sleeping habits but DeepMind CEO and cofounder Demis Hassabis has to have one of the most interesting sleeping patterns we've heard of.
The.. Business Insider
Apple has the potential to become a trillion dollar company by 2019, according to RBC Capital Markets analyst Amit Daryanani.
In a research note on Monday, Daryanani said Apple could reach or exceed.. MacRumours.com
Apple is notoriously secretive.
The Californian technology giant almost never speaks about upcoming products before they're officially announced. Journalists who ask about rumours and reports might.. Business Insider
Tim Cook is not only acting CEO at Apple, but he’s also one of its beta testers.
This week, CNBC reported that Cook has been testing a new device that monitors his blood sugar levels. This glucose.. Macworld