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No “settlement” talks with Qualcomm says Apple

Apple is not in talks "at any level" to settle its wide-ranging legal dispute with mobile chipmaker Qualcomm, according to a source familiar with the matter. In the past, Apple used Qualcomm's modem chips in its flagship iPhone models to help them connect to wireless data networks. But early last year, Apple sued Qualcomm in federal court in San Diego, alleging that the chip company's practice of taking a cut of…

iPhone sales in India, falls for first time in four years

Apple's iPhone sales are set to dip by around a quarter in India's holiday season fourth quarter, putting them on course for the first full-year fall in four years, industry research firm Counterpoint said on Saturday. The Cupertino, California company's struggle to break through with India's 1.3 billion consumers swung more sharply into focus this week after Apple blamed a disappointing set of sales forecasts on…

Walmart India to open 47 more B2B stores, plans to invest $500Mn

Walmart India on Wednesday, announced its plan to invest $500 million (approx RS 3,000 crore) to open 47 more B2B stores by the end of 2022. Talking to the media, Krish Iyer, President, and CEO of Walmart India said: "Out of 23 B2B Cash and Carry stores, 19 of them have achieved a milestone of more than million members. We are planning to set up 70 stores by 2022, that is a plan and we will also have an e-commerce…

Apple’s new MacBook air has topped the regular MacBook by both: price and power

With Apple being such a best company for electric gadgets, users thought they've got their hands on the best while using the regular MacBook, that is until the MacBook air was introduced. With a stylish new design, sharper display and quality features like a touch ID etc, the MacBook Air is not here to play. Having received a new upgrade, the MacBook Air is more powerful than the regular sized Macbook and size…

Facebook expects rising costs to combat scandals to moderate after 2019

Facebook Inc on Tuesday relieved investors by forecasting that margins would stop shrinking after 2019 as costs from scandals ease up, sending shares up despite a second-straight quarter with record-low user growth. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg repeated the company’s warning that growing user interest in private messaging, video and safer content would cause costs to rise faster than revenue for “some time.”…

Apple CEO Tim Cook supports stricter data privacy law, urges the US to do same.

When the European Union passes a data privacy law which was enacted in May, Tim Cook was convinced about the nature and benefits of the law, thus he called for the United States to take on such laws as well. Technological Advances have led to the development of a 'data industrial complex' and Apple's CEO believes that our own information, personal or professional is being used against us in the form of a dangerous…

Do iPad still matters to Apple?

Apple is hosting an event on Tuesday in Brooklyn, where the company is expected to announce a new 11-inch iPad Pro and possibly a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, introducing Face ID and doing away with the home button. The FaceID will allow the users to unlock their iPad just by looking at it, instead of pressing on the home button with a fingerprint sensor. This should allow for a larger display that covers almost the…

Facebook takedowns fake accounts linked with Iran

Facebook Inc has deleted accounts originating in Iran which featured posts on “politically divisive” topics that had attracted more than 1 million followers in Britain and the United States. In an effort to combat disinformation activity on its platform, the social network site on October 26 said it has deleted 82 accounts and pages on Facebook and Instagram that were "fake" and focused on “politically charged”…

Elon Musk says $20 million fine, for a tweet worth it

(Reuters) - Tesla Inc, Chief Executive Elon Musk said the tweet that cost him and the company $20 million in fines each by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision was “Worth It”. The tweet, sent late Friday evening less than an hour before Musk tweeted that he would take a break from Twitter “for a few days,” was in response to a question from a Twitter follower. The SEC in September charged Musk, 47, with…

Microsoft becomes second most valuable US company, Amazon slips to third

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp regained its spot as the second most valuable U.S. company on Friday after a disappointing quarterly report from Amazon.com wiped $65 billion off the online retailer’s market capitalisation. Apple Inc tops the list at over $1 trillion after crossing that threshold in September. Microsoft’s market capitalisation was Wall Street’s highest in late 1998 through early 2000…

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