How To Install The Newly Released Apple iOS 11 Beta – Forbes

Forbes How To Install The Newly Released Apple iOS 11 BetaForbesGot some free time this evening? Are you an eagle-eyed bug hunter that wants to help out the folks in Cupertino as they prepare iOS 11 for release? Or maybe you’re the type of person that just can’t wait for the latest and greatest and…

Apple Acquires German Eye Tracking Firm SensoMotoric Instruments

Apple has almost certainly acquired German computer vision company SensoMotoric Instruments, a provider of eye tracking glasses and systems, based on evidence compiled by MacRumors. On May 2, Apple’s vice president of corporate law Gene Levoff, representing Delaware-based shell company Vineyard Capital Corporation, granted power of attorney to German law firm Hiking Kühn Lüer Wojtek…

Apple Leak ‘Confirms’ Massive New iPhone 8 – Forbes

Forbes Apple Leak ‘Confirms’ Massive New iPhone 8ForbesThe iPhone 8 has an all-new design. It celebrates the line’s 10th anniversary by ripping up the template upon which such incredible success was built. And now we have an even better look at it… Following my article earlier this week on the new leak …This is the…

OnePlus 5 Review: A Risky Gamble Against Samsung And Apple – Forbes

Forbes OnePlus 5 Review: A Risky Gamble Against Samsung And AppleForbesAt first glance the OnePlus 5 – announced today by OnePlus – isn’t that much different from last year’s OnePlus 3 or OnePlus 3T handsets. There are some small but noticeable upgrades, but the overall package and offering is roughly similar. Take a …OnePlus 5…

How Apple workers leak to the press

Stephen Lam | Reuters Tim Cook, CEO, holds an iPad Pro after his keynote address to Apple’s annual world wide developer conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California, U.S. June 5, 2017. A report from The Outline reveals the extent to which Apple‘s Global Security team goes to keep information about future products from leaking to…

Apple accuses Qualcomm of double-dipping, wants end to pay-per-iPhone deal

In a new development in its legal battle with Qualcomm, Apple is arguing that the patent deal which forces the company to pay a licence fee for every iPhone manufactured is invalid. It is accusing Qualcomm of double-dipping by charging once for a licence fee for use of its patented technology and again for the chip which…