Apple responds to Senator Franken’s Face ID privacy concerns

Apple responds to Senator Franken’s Face ID privacy concerns

 Apple has now responded to a letter from Senator Franken last month in which he asked the company to provide more information about the incoming Face ID authentication technology which is baked into its top-of-the-range iPhone X, due to go on sale early next month. ...
Apple diversity head Denise Young Smith apologizes for controversial choice of words at summit

Apple diversity head Denise Young Smith apologizes for controversial choice of words at summit

 Apple’s Denise Young Smith sent an apology to team members at Apple today over comments she made at the One Young World Summit in Bogotá, Colombia. “Last week, while attending a summit in Bogota, I made some comments as part of a conversation on the many factors that...
Dow Jones said that Google was buying Apple, the algos bought it

Dow Jones said that Google was buying Apple, the algos bought it

 There you have it. Steve Jobs’ will + Dow Jones + Apple Park = Google’s buying Apple. I think we finally have algorithmic transparency. This morning Dow Jones shot some fake news out over the wires announcing that Google was acquiring Apple for $9 billion. For a...
Apple would like to remind the FCC that it can’t activate imaginary FM radios that iPhones don’t have

Apple would like to remind the FCC that it can’t activate imaginary FM radios that iPhones don’t have

 Apple responded today to FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, who issued a statement that “urged” Apple to activate the FM chips that he claimed are in iPhones in the name of public safety. The recent hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were the hook for the reasoning. The only...