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  1. pivot
    Apple’s Supposed Loss in Court Was Actually a WinThe price Tim Cook & Co. will have to pay in their battle against Epic Games is just not very significant.
  2. big tech
    Judge Orders Apple to End Stranglehold on In-App PurchasesThe ruling could cost the company billions in App Store revenue.
  3. delays
    Apple Workers Won’t Need to Return to the Office Until ’22Tim Cook knows which way the wind is blowing.
  4. department of justice
    Trump DOJ’s Secret Subpoenas and Data Seizures: What We KnowThe Trump Justice Department went to unprecedented lengths to hunt down leakers, seizing records from reporters, Democrats, and a White House counsel.
  5. pivot
    Will Apple’s Strike Against Facebook Really Do Much Damage?New iPhone privacy controls may threaten Mark Zuckerberg’s business, but customer inertia is a powerful thing.
  6. social media
    Amazon, Apple, and Google Cut Off Parler, Citing Failure to Moderate ExtremismThe site, which has been a haven for many on the far right, may not be long for this world in the aftermath of the Capitol riot.
  7. pivot
    Will Tech’s Big Four Be Smart Enough to Help Break Themselves Up?Pivot’s Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss what’s next for tech’s largest firms after a House Judiciary report called for their dismantlement.
  8. pivot
    Is This the Beginning of the End of Big Tech As We Know It?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss the House tech-antitrust hearing and how it could lead toward breaking up giants like Amazon or Facebook.
  9. pivot
    How Should Congress Grill the Big 4 Tech CEOs?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway play Antitrust Subcommittee members for a day.
  10. pivot
    Why Big Tech’s Congressional Testimony Will Be a BustScott Galloway and Kara Swisher discuss why they’re pessimistic about this month’s grilling of Zuckerberg, Bezos, Cook, and Pichai.
  11. coronavirus
    Four Tech Giants Are Solidifying Their Domination of the Post-Coronavirus WorldScott Galloway examines the staggering gains anticipated at Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon during the historic economic downturn.
  12. buyer’s market
    Here Are Two Things Apple Is Doing RightThe stock has been going up — and the company’s latest report shows why investors were correct to be optimistic.
  13. apple
    The Justice Department Wants to Unlock Your iPhoneThe feds are putting pressure on Apple once again to break iPhone encryption.
  14. tech boot camp
    What, Precisely, Are ‘Slofies’ For?Apple wants its new slow-motion selfie to be a game changer. The reality is a little more confusing.
  15. revealed
    First Look: The Renovated Fifth Avenue Apple Store Is Bigger and BrighterNew skylights, more space, same cube. And underground trees!
  16. announcements
    How to Make Tech Keynotes Exciting AgainHardware announcements matter less in a software-powered world.
  17. queries
    Why Apple Apps Regularly Outrank Competitors in SearchThe company says it is making changes so that its own products don’t bury competitors’.
  18. cybersecurity
    Apple Downplays Enormous iOS Security Hole Found by GoogleThe company issued a rare response to disclosures Google made last week.
  19. security
    Google Found Huge Holes in iOS Security (It’s Fixed Now)The discoveries pose new questions about how secure iOS really is.
  20. gone-y ive
    Jony Ive Is Leaving Apple (to Start a New Design Firm That Works With Apple)The legendary designer, who created the iPod and iPhone, is on his way out.
  21. ssomgwtfbbq
    Is Apple’s New Privacy Feature Anti-Competitive or Hyper-Competitive?Apple is requiring its own login system to appear in apps that offer logging in through Facebook and Google.
  22. what’s tim cookin’
    iTunes Is Dead, Long Live iTunesApple is changing the name of its signature (and reviled) desktop music app.
  23. apple
    Apple Finally Says It’ll Fix Its Crappy MacBook KeyboardIn caseeeeee you’reeeeee typing likeeeee this.
  24. here’s what tim’s been cookin’
    Apple Wants to Be Your Friend NowApple’s always been “friendly but not your friend,” but that approach feels odd for services.
  25. competition
    Spotify Takes On Apple’s Anti-Competitive Behavior in EuropeSpotify’s lawsuit mirrors Elizabeth Warren’s critique of the tech giants.
  26. the national interest
    Trump Denies Calling Tim Cook ‘Tim Apple.’ It Happened on TV.Kind of a problem that the president is a pathological liar.
  27. augmented reality
    Apple Augmented-Reality Glasses Said to Be Coming in 2020When Tim Cook promised shareholders a product that would “blow you away,” was this what he meant?
  28. tech savvy
    Trump Calls Apple CEO Tim Cook ‘Tim Apple’ to His FaceCook responded to the gaffe by quietly changing his name on Twitter.
  29. cracking up
    Fancy Fingerprint Scanners Mean Cracking Your Smartphone Screen Will Get PricierUnder-screen fingerprint scanners are very cool and very expensive if you end up dropping your phone on the sidewalk.
  30. facetime bug
    Apple Apologizes for FaceTime Bug, Thanks Teen Who Found ItA fix is coming next week, which means you can finally re-enable FaceTime on your phone again without worrying you’re being spied on.
  31. technology
    Apple Sued After FaceTime Bug Reportedly Let Someone Eavesdrop on TestimonyAn attorney in Texas is coming for Apple in a suit filed this week.
  32. oops
    Apple Disables Facebook Apps Following News of Shady Research ProjectFacebook used its privileged iOS access to distribute a “research” app that could collect tons of sensitive data from consumers’ phones.
  33. smartphone decline
    Apple and Investors Try to Figure Out Life After the iPhone BoomWhat does Apple look like when it’s selling fewer iPhones every year rather than more?
  34. iphone
    Major iPhone FaceTime Bug Lets You Eavesdrop on Any iPhone UserA critical bug in iOS 12.1 means you probably want to disable FaceTime, like, right now.
  35. apple
    Did People Replacing Their Batteries Lead to Weak iPhone Sales?A lot of people took advantage of Apple’s one-time offer to replace their iPhone battery for $29. Is it enough to explain why iPhone sales are down?
  36. i turn my camera on
    Apple Crams Another Camera on iPhone (and That’s a Good Thing)Why a third camera isn’t just a marketing gimmick (though, to be clear, it’s definitely a marketing gimmick).
  37. smartphone decline
    What Samsung’s Pain Means for SmartphonesEveryone is slowly waking up to the fact that nobody is buying new smartphones anymore.
  38. the top line
    China Is Losing Trump’s Trade War — and So Are WeThe blowback to U.S. firms is so foreseeable, Trump’s own economic adviser is going on TV to say his policy is going to reduce corporate profits.
  39. apple
    The iPhone Has Big Problems in China — and Across the GlobeApple is blaming sagging iPhone sales on its struggles in China, but its problems run deeper than that.
  40. smartphones
    We’re No Longer in the Smartphone Plateau. We’re in the Smartphone Decline.Growth in smartphone sales stopped surging years ago. In the next decade, they’re likely to decline. What does that world look like?
  41. apple
    Poor iPhone Supply Chain Forecasts Are Making Everyone Very NervousThe companies that supply the parts and labor behind the iPhone are all cutting down on production. Should Apple investors be worried?
  42. business
    Apple Has Completely Changed Up How It Reports iPhone Sales. Why?The world has changed a lot in the past ten years. The company has to find new ways to brag.
  43. apple
    Apple Tries to Woo Back the Creative Pros That Make Up Apple’s CoreApple would like to remind you that it also makes computers and not just iPhones.
  44. iphone xr
    The iPhone XR Is the Most Exciting Phone Apple’s Released in YearsIn the iPhone XR, price and the features fully line up in the buyer’s favor.
  45. just asking questions
    Tech’s Biggest Enforcer Talks Facebook, Google, and What She’s LearnedMargrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, talks about fighting back against tech’s largest and most powerful companies.
  46. privacy
    Tim Cook Pushes for Strong Privacy Regulations That Don’t Really Affect AppleThe Apple CEO says his company supports “comprehensive” federal laws.
  47. tech boot camp
    Did You Know Your iPhone Now Comes With a GIF App?Apple’s latest iPhone operating system, iOS 12, comes with an app called Shortcuts, which makes it very easy to make GIFs on your phone.
  48. tech boot camp
    Get the Most Out of Your iPhone Camera With This Hidden FeatureDevelopers have unlocked a feature that allows users to capture every bit of information your iPhone camera is capable of.
  49. tech boot camp
    9 iOS Shortcuts to Make Your Life Easier (and Troll Your Friends)With great macro power comes great responsibility.
  50. jamal khashoggi
    Jamal Khashoggi’s Apple Watch Almost Certainly Didn’t Record His DeathA story floating around social media and Turkish newspapers about missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi doesn’t add up.
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