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Twitter owner, Elon Musk, has indicated he would reluctantly move into the smartphone-making business if his social media company is taken off Apple and Google’s respective app stores, following speculation about the companies’ plans
The world's largest iPhone factory in central China told staff Tuesday it would quadruple their bonuses if they remained at the plant after scores of workers fled a Covid outbreak at the facility.
Millions of people in China were under tight Covid restrictions on Wednesday as sporadic outbreaks across the country prompted business closures and disruption at the world's largest iPhone factory.
In its quest for financial inclusion, the social e-commerce platform, Boom, has publicly been unveiled in Nigeria.
Tony Blevins, vice president of procurement at Apple, is apparently leaving the maker of iPhones, MacBooks, and other consumer electronics after making an offensive remark that went viral on TikTok. In a video posted on September 5, Tiktok star Daniel Mac approached Blevin. In his series, he questions people who own expensive cars about their…
Apple will manufacture its new flagship smartphone in India, the US tech giant said Monday, as it seeks to diversify production away from a dependence on China.
Apple is warning of a flaw that is allowing hackers to seize control of iPhones, iPads and Mac computers, and is urging users to install emergency software updates.
Economic headwinds, regional uncertainty and inventory pileup, among other challenges, have impacted the growth of smartphones in the second quarter of 2022.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States is beaming its touch light on the operations of a popular video-sharing app, TikTok.
Apple is facing a £750 million (878 million euros, $918 million) lawsuit in Britain after a consumer rights champion on Thursday filed a claim accusing the US tech giant of secretly slowing down older iPhone models.
In the week that just ended, it came to light that you could now buy erotic pictures of Nigerian women as NFTs.
Negotiators from the European Parliament and EU member states agreed Thursday on a landmark law to curb the market dominance of US big tech giants such as Google, Meta, Amazon and Apple.