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  • Apple said to be eyeing wearable AR glasses

    Apple is working on wearable digital glasses that would connect to the iPhone and show content in the wearer’s field of vision, according to a news report.

    Written by John Ribeiro15 Nov. 16 18:17
  • CIO upfront: The IT department of one

    Make your own IT setup a bespoke fit with how you want to live. Invest in the tools you love, and take the time to integrate them, writes Tom Hadley of Imagetext.

    Written by Edited by Divina Paredes03 Oct. 16 06:30
  • Well, I never! iOS 10's voicemail transcription has a potty mouth

    Anyone who has looked at automatically-generated subtitles on YouTube can tell you that asking a computer to describe what a human says can lead to hilarious results. Now, Apple has brought that to iOS 10 with support for transcribing voicemails.

    Written by Blair Hanley Frank24 Sept. 16 02:52
  • FBI faces lawsuit because it's stayed mum on iPhone 5c hack

    The FBI’s refusal to reveal how it accessed an iPhone 5c from the San Bernardino shooter will face scrutiny in court. USA Today’s parent company and two other news group have filed a lawsuit against the agency, demanding it turn over the details.

    Written by Michael Kan17 Sept. 16 03:02
  • 5 ways Cisco could become an iPhone's best friend

    Favored status for Apple iPhones and iPads on Cisco Systems networks starts Tuesday, giving users better Wi-Fi roaming, integrated VoIP calls and priority for the most important business apps. Here are five new capabilities that may prove most useful.

    Written by Stephen Lawson13 Sept. 16 22:00
  • Apple reportedly will add Sony's Felica RFID to iPhone 7

    Apple will add support for Sony's Felica RFID communications technology to the new iPhone 7 that is expected to be announced on Wednesday, according to a report in The Nikkei newspaper.

    Written by Martyn Williams07 Sept. 16 04:03
  • Apple's Cook calls European tax ruling 'total political crap'

    The European Commission's decision to force Apple to pay Ireland billions in back taxes is "total political crap" and a reflection of anti-U.S. sentiment, company CEO Tim Cook said in an interview published Thursday.

    Written by Katherine Noyes02 Sept. 16 02:19
  • Apple must repay $14.5 billion in underpaid taxes in Ireland

    Apple's tax benefits in Ireland are illegal, and the company will have to pay up to €13 billion (US$14.5 billion) in back taxes, plus interest. That's the verdict European Commissioner Margrethe Vestager delivered Tuesday, wrapping up a two-year investigation of the company's tax affairs stretching back to 2003.

    Written by Peter Sayer30 Aug. 16 20:48