Pope demands big tech do more to tackle porn
Pope Francis has called on Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Google, among others, to step up efforts to remove child pornography from the Internet. He also said it is too easy for youngsters to access indecent material.
Apple unveils AirPods pro with noise-cancellation
Apple announced the AirPods Pro, a higher-end version of its popular wireless headphones that add noise-cancellation, water-resistance and a new design.
Apple CEO defends pulling Hong Kong mapping app
Apple is defending its decision to remove a controversial mapping app in Hong Kong. CEO Tim Cook has released a memo saying the company received “credible information” from authorities indicating the software was being used maliciously to attack police.
'Slofies' now a thing as Apple launches iPhone 11
Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs reports on Apple’s annual product roll-out in Cupertino, California. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Apple price cut focused on China, analyst Dan Ives says
Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities analyst, and Jun Zhang, Rosenblatt Securities managing director, discuss the impact of the China-U.S. trade war on Apple Inc.'s bottom line. They speak with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
Apple Issues Apology for Siri recordings
The tech giant faced backlash after it was revealed the company contracted workers to listen to recordings of customers speaking to its digital assistant Siri. As the recordings could be triggered falsely, they would often contain private information. We realize we haven’t been fully living up to our high ideals, and for that we apologize, Apple Statement.
What to look out for at Apple's Sep 10 event
Apple's big hardware event is coming on September 10. New iPhones are expected to be launched and an investor will be watching the prices to see how the trade war is impacting the Cupertino tech giant.
Apple begins roll out of the Apple Card
Apple is giving select customers a preview of their new credit card. The Apple Card, released through a partnership with Goldman Sachs, has begun a “preview rollout.” The company states that it will not directly compete with major credit cards such as Chase Sapphire or American Express.