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Apple Expected to Showcase New Powers for Siri at Developer Event
Siri

Apple Expected to Showcase New Powers for Siri at Developer Event

The tech giant hopes to expand Siri's capabilities well beyond Apple apps and searching the web. An example might be to allow the personal assistant to book a ride through a ride-hailing app listed in Apple's App Store.
Apple Creates a New Company to Sell Solar Energy
Apple

Apple Creates a New Company to Sell Solar Energy

The company might have plans to expand its farms even further to prepare for new projects, such as charging stations for the long-rumored Apple car.
Government Rules Apple Case Against Samsung Should Go Back to Lower Court
Apple

Government Rules Apple Case Against Samsung Should Go Back to Lower Court

The world's top smartphone rivals have been feuding over patents since 2011, when Apple sued Samsung in Northern California alleging infringement of the iPhone's patents, designs and trademarked appearance.
Apple Revamps App Store, But It May Not Win Over Developers
Apple App Store

Apple Revamps App Store, But It May Not Win Over Developers

The revamped App Store will let developers advertise their wares in search results and give developers a bigger cut of revenues on subscription apps.
Why Microsoft 'Trolling' Apple's WWDC16 Conference Is a Brilliant Business Move
Radicals & Visionaries

Why Microsoft 'Trolling' Apple's WWDC16 Conference Is a Brilliant Business Move

The Redmond, Wash., software giant is throwing a party close to and immediately after Apple's big shindig. Here's why this blatant bite into Apple is an effective tactic.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Musk Expects an Apple Car by 2020, Fears One Company's AI Use
Elon Musk

Musk Expects an Apple Car by 2020, Fears One Company's AI Use

Even though he thinks Apple started late on building a car, "I think they'll make a good car, and will be successful," he said.
Matt Hunter
Early Days, But Apple Pay Struggles Outside U.S.
Apple Pay

Early Days, But Apple Pay Struggles Outside U.S.

More than 18 months after Apple Pay took the United States by storm, the smartphone giant has made only a small dent in the global payments market, snagged by technical challenges, low consumer take-up and resistance from banks.
Microsoft Is Reportedly Releasing an Xbox TV Next Month -- Start Up Your Day Roundup
Radicals & Visionaries

Microsoft Is Reportedly Releasing an Xbox TV Next Month -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: Check out someone's Snapchat all the way from Mt. Everest.
Lindsay Friedman
Apple Explores Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles
Apple

Apple Explores Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles

A shortage of public charging stations, and the hours wasted in charging a car, could be an opportunity for Apple, whose simple designs have transformed consumer electronics.
Apple May Unveil a New Macbook Pro This Fall -- Start Up Your Day Roundup
Radicals & Visionaries

Apple May Unveil a New Macbook Pro This Fall -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: Facebook apologizes after initially rejecting a photo of a plus-sized model.
Lindsay Friedman
More Challenges Than Cheer for Apple Chief on Asia Tour
Apple

More Challenges Than Cheer for Apple Chief on Asia Tour

While the numbers in India suggest huge potential -- fewer than two in every 10 of the country's 1.3 billion people have a smartphone -- the world's fastest growing major market operates differently to other markets where Apple has enjoyed stellar growth and high margins.
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.