Apple CEO Tim Cook demands Bloomberg retract its Chinese chip hacking report — ‚there is no truth in their story’

Apple CEO Tim Cook demands Bloomberg retract its Chinese chip hacking report — ‚there is no truth in their story’

In an interview with BuzzFeed News published Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook called on Bloomberg to retract a contentious investigative report that found that Chinese spies used microchips to infiltrate several major US tech companies. Though Apple released a statement denying Bloomberg’s findings soon after it published the investigation, Cook’s comment to BuzzFeed News was…

It’s official: Apple sends out invitations for the new iPad event on October 30

It’s official: Apple sends out invitations for the new iPad event on October 30

Apple has sent invites for a launch event this month in New York City. Apple is expected to launch new iPads and potentially laptops at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, New York on October 30. Apple doesn’t usually launch new products in New York, often opting for a venue closer to its home…

Apple is distancing itself again from Google and Facebook with a new privacy website

Apple is distancing itself again from Google and Facebook with a new privacy website

In the past year, tech giants including Facebook and Google have faced a wave of scandals stemming from whether they can protect the huge amount of data they collect in order to target ads. Apple, as a company that primarily sells luxury computers like the MacBook and iPhone, not advertisements, has largely avoided these scandals.…

An Apple Watch, hired jet, mystery vehicle could provide clues in the search for missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi

An Apple Watch, hired jet, mystery vehicle could provide clues in the search for missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Jamal Khashoggi believed he was safe in Turkey. Khashoggi, a veteran Saudi journalist and newspaper editor, had lived in exile in Washington for more than a year, writing a column for the Washington Post in which he regularly criticized his country’s crackdown on dissent, its war in Yemen and sanctions imposed on…

Apple and Google execs named to a Saudi advisory board amid controversy over reportedly murdered journalist

Apple and Google execs named to a Saudi advisory board amid controversy over reportedly murdered journalist

An array of high-profile business and technology leaders, including a senior executive from Google’s parent company and the former CEO of Uber, were named to a new advisory board for the Saudi Arabian government on Tuesday, even as controversy swirls over the disappearance of a dissident Saudi journalist. On Tuesday, the Saudi news outlet Argaam…

Apple strongly denies bombshell report that Chinese spies were able to secretly implant chips in its servers

Apple strongly denies bombshell report that Chinese spies were able to secretly implant chips in its servers

On Thursday, Bloomberg published a blockbuster investigation that found that Chinese spies were able to plant tiny microchips on motherboards in data servers supplied by SuperMicro to a slew of American tech companies, including Apple. The goal of the Chinese spies was reportedly to use these microchips to gain access to sensitive corporate data and…

Apple sends out invitations for the new iPhone event on September 12

Apple sends out invitations for the new iPhone event on September 12

Apple has sent out invitations for an event at its Cupertino, California, campus — an event that is almost sure to reveal the next generation of iPhone, as the company has done every September since 2012. Here’s a look at the invitation: Apple Apple is expected to reveal three new models of its flagship smartphone…

A notorious Apple blog may have just published a leaked photo of the new iPhone

A notorious Apple blog may have just published a leaked photo of the new iPhone

Apple sent out invitations to an event on its campus on September 12, where it’s expected to release new iPhones and new Apple Watch models. Notorious Apple blog 9to5Mac may have just spoiled the party. On Thursday, it published what it said was an actual marketing photo for two new iPhone devices: 9to5Mac reported that…