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Apple Patent Describes Dumb Laptop Powered by iPhone
Apple

Apple Patent Describes Dumb Laptop Powered by iPhone

Could the future of the MacBook be as an accessory device requiring an iPhone or iPad to function?
Apple Illegally Fixed iPhone Prices in Russia
Apple

Apple Illegally Fixed iPhone Prices in Russia

Russian authorities say that Apple cooperated with their investigation, and it's unclear if the company will face a fine.
Time to Accept Artificial Intelligence as Part of the Family?
Artificial Intelligence

Time to Accept Artificial Intelligence as Part of the Family?

Millions of households are welcoming these new voice-first home assistant devices into and as part of their families -- even with all the uncertainties and unintended consequences.
Peter Gasca
A Well-Known Tech Watchdog Dishes on the Writing Beat
Serial Entrepreneurs

A Well-Known Tech Watchdog Dishes on the Writing Beat

Rob Pegoraro started his career in the mailroom without training in tech, writing or sorting mail.
Jordan French
The Craziest Patents by Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google and More
Patents

The Craziest Patents by Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google and More

From Apple's paper bag to IBM's Out of Office email system -- these companies go to great lengths to protect their ideas.
Rose Leadem
Report: iPhone 8 Ditching Lightning Port and Uses Curved Display
Apple

Report: iPhone 8 Ditching Lightning Port and Uses Curved Display

It's expected to launch in 2017 as a 10th Anniversary Edition for $1,000.
Apple, Microsoft and Other Tech Giants Will Support Transgender Student's Case
Politics

Apple, Microsoft and Other Tech Giants Will Support Transgender Student's Case

PayPal, eBay and IBM will also sign the amicus brief to support his legal battle.
20 Defining Moments in the Life of Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs

20 Defining Moments in the Life of Steve Jobs

On the anniversary of his birth, Entrepreneur remembers the life of one of America's greatest innovators.
Apple's $5 Billion Campus Will Officially Open in April -- and You'll Be Able to Visit
Apple

Apple's $5 Billion Campus Will Officially Open in April -- and You'll Be Able to Visit

The Silicon Valley tech giant said it would take more than six months to move more than 12,000 workers to the new campus, which is set on a 175-acre site.
BlackBerry's Smartphone Market Share Has Reached 0 Percent
BlackBerry

BlackBerry's Smartphone Market Share Has Reached 0 Percent

The creator of the iconic "CrackBerry" has fallen far behind its competitors.
Rose Leadem
Check Out the Trailer for Apple's New Reality Show 'Planet of the Apps'
Apple

Check Out the Trailer for Apple's New Reality Show 'Planet of the Apps'

Move over Netflix and HBO -- Apple is here.
Rose Leadem
The Biggest Bounties Uber, Facebook, Microsoft and More Have Paid Hackers
Bounty

The Biggest Bounties Uber, Facebook, Microsoft and More Have Paid Hackers

From Uber to GM, companies are willing to pay hackers big bucks for finding glitches in their systems.
Rose Leadem
Tech and Trump: What the Next Four Years Might Bring
Trump & Business

Tech and Trump: What the Next Four Years Might Bring

The customary rapport between Republican presidents and big business is nowhere in evidence now.
Melinda Biancuzzo & Jonathan Meyer
Apple Inc. was founded by the late Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in Jobs’ parents’ home in Los Altos, Calif. in 1976. The company specializes in the design, creation and marketing of mobile devices, personal computers and tablets -- plus, its latest product, the Apple Watch. Some of its most popular products and services include the iPhone, iPad, Mac, iTunes and Mac Apps. Today, the company is led by CEO Tim Cook.