updated - January 24, 2020 Friday EST
Apple Inc. has bought a hydroelectric project close to the company’s data center in Prineville, Ore. The data center is responsible for powering thousands of computers that contain music, photos and other digital information with a huge amount of electricity.
Apple Inc. is reportedly in talks with Renesas Electronic Group about buying a display chip unit from the Japanese company. Apple sees the purchase as a way to help design new smartphone displays for its iPhones.
Apple announced on Thursday that the company’s next Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) will begin on June 2 and run through June 6. The WWDC will start at San Francisco’s Moscone West Center, a common setting for the conference.
Which one wins: Android or Apple? It turns out that there's a new tipping point when it comes to the sale of tablets. The analysts at Gartner have revealed that Android topped the list for most popular platform for the first time.
Apple recently updated their iOS 6 iOS 7 mobile operating system to fix a security issue that was revealed on Friday, Feb. 21. The security glitch gives the opportunity to a hacker to take and change data during transactions that were supposed to be secure.
Apple, Inc. announced on Wednesday first iTunes Festival in the U.S. will be held at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, TX from March 11 to March 15. The festival will feature artists such as Imagine Dragons, Coldplay, Pitbull, and many other known names.
Google and Apple have started to remove apps for video games containing the word “flappy” after a number of clones of the original game, Flappy Bird, began appearing in app stores. Doug Nguyen, the creator of the game’s app, removed Flappy Bird from app stores in on Feb. 9, which was followed by a large amount of games attempting to capitalize on the game’s success.