Apple says China ruling will force Qualcomm settlement
15 December 2018 | 2:48 pm
Apple Inc. says a Chinese ban on sales of the iPhone will force it to settle a long and bitter licensing battle with Qualcomm Inc. Oceanic Partners Vice President Matt Larson and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss on "Bloomberg Technology."
12 Sep 2019
2 Sep 2019
Apple Inc. has revealed that the date for its latest iPhone event, Google’s privacy team said it had discovered a two-year-long vulnerability in the phone-maker’s software. Bloomberg's Alistair Barr has more on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
31 Aug 2019
The vulnerability had given attackers access to "almost all of the personal information" on the device. Researchers told DW that only "a very resourceful and determined actor" could execute such a sophisticated attack.
11 Sep 2019
Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs reports on Apple’s annual product roll-out in Cupertino, California. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
12 Sep 2019
Why is Apple's new iPhone cheaper?
7 Jan 2020
The Police Command in Enugu State has commenced investigation into the alleged assault of Mr. Justice Obasi by four policemen which was captured in a video clip. Public Relations Officer, Ebere Amaraizu, says the suspected misconduct took place around Kenyatta Uwani axis on Saturday.
3 Feb 2020
Apple credits demand for the iPhone 11 for its record sales and profits.
25 Feb 2020
Shyam Kumar, an Indian inventor has designed a gun attachment for Apple's iPhone 4 model which allows the holder to fire it with the press of a button.
16 Oct 2020
Apple joined the move to 5G on Tuesday, unveiling four new iPhones which use the new standard in what could be a turning point for the high-speed wireless technology.
15 Oct 2020
Apple has unveiled its latest iPhone - the first major redesign of the company's flagship product since 2017. The iPhone 12 will join offerings from rivals in what the industry is hoping will be a spending spree on new phones as next-generation 5G mobile networks are rolled out. Also in today's business round-up, why the United States and the European Union are calling for talks to resolve a long-running trade dispute over subsidies to Airbus and Boeing.
15 Dec 2020
Authorities have vowed to crack down on workers who went on a violent rampage at a Taiwanese-run iPhone factory in southern India over allegations of unpaid wages and exploitation, with 100 people arrested so far. Hundreds of workers rioted at Wistron Infocomm Manufacturing's facility on the outskirts of Bangalore, India's IT hub, on Saturday, with videos of the purported violence showing glass panels smashed with rods and cars flipped on their side.
12 Sep 2021
The feature had been intended to scan for images of child sexual abuse. But it quickly drew concern over potential misuse as a "backdoor" for hacking and surveillance.
16 Apr 2022
We take a look at a new season of art and exhibitions as Stockholm's "Youseum" offers influencers and selfie enthusiasts a temple for the 21st century's favourite form of self-expression. Meanwhile, a museum in the French city of Rouen says "please do touch the art", as a new show encourages a sensory experience of sculptures on show. Plus, visitors to the Quai Branly in Paris get a chance to plunge themselves into Bamiléké society, with traditional ritual objects and artefacts on display thanks to a Franco-Cameroonian partnership.
36 mins ago
On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week talks about the reasons why federalism matters in Nigeria.
47 mins ago
Did you know that in Anglophone Cameroon, schoolkids don't wear uniforms? It's to avoid being identified by attackers. Also, they don't attend school on Mondays. Our teen reporter, 16-year-old Lum Precious, speaks with her peers in the first episode of GirlZOffMute from Cameroon. They appeal to President Paul Biya to act immediately so that kids no longer fear being attacked on their way to school.
49 mins ago
Hanna Domanska survived the genocide in Soviet Ukraine in the 1930s. Ninety years on she recalls the agony of the "Great Ukrainian Famine." This is her story.
1 day ago
The largest corruption scandal in Southeast Asia's history has shaken Vietnam's anti-graft drive. Experts have warned that the country's economic stability may be at stake.
1 day ago
Talking Europe hosts Pascal Canfin, the chair of the environment committee at the European Parliament. He is a former French government minister and a former director of the French branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). We take a look at what is coming out of the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, and at the state of the EU's green transition.
1 day ago
The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate among industrialised countries. Our reporters head to Louisiana where Black women are four times more likely to die from pregnancy or childbirth complications than White women. Also #MeToo finally reaches Taiwan where a growing number of women have been speaking out about their experiences working with sexual predators.
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