A company that makes graphics processing chips for the iPhone saw its stock crash 69 percent after Apple announced it would no longer be using its hardware. Mia Womersley reports. Continue reading
Apple’s latest product isn’t for sale to consumers: It’s a new headquarters referred to by Silicon Valley as the ‘spaceship’. Jane Lee reports. Continue reading
Nokia Corp files a number of lawsuits against Apple Inc for violating 32 technology patents, striking back at the iPhone maker’s legal action targeting the one-time cellphone industry leader a day earlier.
Apple has launched a legal challenge to a record $14 billion EU tax demand, arguing that EU regulators ignored tax experts and corporate law, and deliberately picked a method to maximize the penalty. Sonia Legg reports
McLaren plays down a report that Apple has made an approach for the British Formula One team owner and supercar maker.
Consumers in London welcome a European Commission order that Apple Inc. must pay Ireland unpaid taxes of up to 13 billion euros (US14.5 billion dollars) as it rules the firm received illegal state aid.
EU antitrust regulators order Apple to pay up to 13 billion euros in taxes plus interest to the Irish government after ruling that a special scheme to route profits through Ireland was illegal state aid.
Apple issues security patch to fix security hole in iPhones and iPads.
Apple doesn’t get extra credit for security despite its standoff against the government, a Reuters/Ipsos poll found. Fred Katayama reports.
The U.S. Justice Department says it successfully accessed data stored on an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters and asks a court to withdraw an order compelling Apple to assist.