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    Apple apologises, fixes login security flaw through update

    San Francisco: Apple has reportedly apologised and rolled out an update to fix a major security flaw in its Mac operating system (OS) that lets anyone log into Mac devices running without a password. “Security is a top priority for every Apple product, and regrettably we stumbled with this release of macOS,” The Telegraph quoted an Apple spokesperson as saying late Wednesday. The latest version of MacOS will automatically download the update.

  • Apple offices raided ahead of iPhone X launch in South Korea

    Seoul: Ahead of the “super-premium” iPhone X launch in South Korea, regulators have reportedly raided Apple’s offices in Seoul.  According to a report in London-based Metro late on Thursday, the raid was likely to raise questions about whether South Korean authorities were trying to hamper the success of the iPhone X.

  • 3D-printed mask fools Apple iPhone X’s Face ID

    New Delhi: Using a composite 3D-printed mask, a team of Vietnamese researchers claim to have fooled Apple’s Face ID authentication system in “super-premium” iPhone X, stressing that face recognition is “not mature enough” to guarantee security for smartphones.

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    Sorry, Samsung: Apple wins patent tussle

    New York: US-based tech giant Apple has emerged victorious over Samsung in their tussle over the former’s ‘slide-to-unlock’ patent, due to which Samsung has been directed to pay USD 120 million to the iPhone maker.

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    India revenues doubled in September quarter: Apple

    New Delhi/New York: Tech giant Apple saw its revenues from India doubling year-on-year in the September quarter on strong sales of iPhones and iPads, a top company official today said.

  • Google Pixel 2 goes for sale in India from today

    New Delhi: Taking Apple head on as it readied to release iPhone X in India on November 3, Google’s flagship Pixel 2 smartphone went on sale in India on Wednesday at a starting price of Rs 61,000 for the 64GB variant.

  • How Google Pixel 2 can threaten Apple, Samsung in premium segment

    New Delhi: Google’s India-born CEO Sundar Pichai is a big fan of artificial intelligence (AI). No doubt these are early days for AI, but for him it is the most promising New-Age technology — one that can potentially change the way enterprises work and grow. Now, AI in smartphones is nothing new. Apple’s Siri, Samsung’s Bixby and Google’s very own Google Assistant are evolving as people communicate with their devices.

  • Apple fixes crackling noise issue of iPhone 8 though update

    San Francisco, Within a couple of weeks after the rollout of iOS 11, Apple has released its second update to address bugs which include a crackling noise coming from the earpiece of some iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus smartphones.

  • Apple’s ‘best ever’ iPhone X will feature animated emojis, or animojis!

    New York: In a move to change the face of instant messaging, U.S.-based tech giant Apple announced a new feature called ‘animoji’, which loosely translates to ‘animated emoji’, on its latest flagship, the iPhone X (which is, by the way, pronounced as iPhone ‘ten’). Deemed as the ‘future of smartphones’, the new animoji will be available on iOS 11 within the ‘messages’ app itself, and will be created using the user’s facial

  • Tech giants condemn DACA programme repeal

    San Francisco: Tech giants, including Apple, Microsoft, Google and Facebook, have unanimously criticised the decision by Donald Trump’s administration to rescind the DACA programme that had potentially put 800,000 illegal immigrants at danger of deportation. “I’m here today to announce that the programme known as DACA that was effectuated under the Obama administration is being rescinded,” Xinhua news agency quoted US Attorney General Jeff Sessions as saying on Tuesday.

  • Renowned Indian space scientist UR Rao dead

    Bengaluru : Renowned Indian space scientist Udupi Ramachandra Rao, the architect of early satellites including Aryabhatta, Bhaskar, Apple, Rohini and multi-purpose Insat series, passed away here early on Monday, said an ISRO official. He was 85.

  • Qualcomm CEO for ‘out of court’ settlement with Apple

    San Francisco: Global chip maker Qualcomm that recently filed a new patent infringement lawsuit against Apple now expects ‘out of court’ settlement with the Cupertino-based iPhone maker. According to a Fortune report on Tuesday, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said during the Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, Colorado, that “those things tend to get resolved out of court and there’s no reason why I wouldn’t expect that to be the case here.” He

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    Apple to open first data centre in China

    San Francisco: Apple, in partnership with a local data management firm, is set to open its first data centre in China that complies with new laws that require global companies to store user data information within the country.

  • Qualcomm goes after Apple, seeks iPhone import ban

    San Francisco: Global chip maker Qualcomm has filed a new patent infringement lawsuit against Apple, asking the US authorities to ban imports of some iPhone and iPad models.