Apple and Ireland have won their appeal against the European Commission over a 13 billion euro (£11.6 billion) tax bill.
Europe’s second highest court is to rule later on Ireland’s appeal against an order that tech giant Apple must repay the country a 13 billion euro (£11.6 billion) tax bill.
Spotify and a range of other apps can be accessed once again on iOS following a wide crashing issue earlier on Friday.
The competition watchdog has called for new fines and the threat of break-ups for tech giants with dominant positions in the advertising space.
BMW looks set to be the first vehicle manufacturer to allow owners to unlock and start their cars via their iPhone or Apple Watch.
Apple boss Tim Cook said the technology giant wants to be a “force for change” as he addressed the coronavirus pandemic and the global anti-racism movement during Apple’s developer conference.
The head of England’s largest hospital trust has said it is “disgraceful” that Apple and Google will not “share platforms” with the Government on a contact-tracing app.
The Government awarded contracts worth more than £11 million to companies to help develop its contact tracing app before its U-turn to work with Apple and Google, figures indicate.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has defended the Government’s decision to abandon developing its own contact tracing app, insisting that joining forces with Apple and Google will offer a new, improved design.
The EU Commission has opened antitrust investigations into Apple’s App Store and its Apple Pay platform over concerns they stifle competition.
Tom Hanks’ Second World War drama Greyhound will arrive on Apple’s streaming service on July 10, the technology giant has announced.
The contact-tracing software built by Apple and Google to support public health apps with tracking the spread of coronavirus has been released for the first time.
Apple has confirmed its first virtual developer conference will begin on June 22.
Failing to follow Apple and Google’s framework for a coronavirus contact tracing app risks pushback from the tech giants, a cyber security expert has warned.
The NHS has published some of the first details of how a contact tracing app will work in the UK.
Apple has unveiled a new version of its affordable iPhone SE, which will cost £419 when it goes on sale on April 17.
Apple and Google have launched a major joint effort to leverage smartphone technology to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.
Niall Horan has revealed how Ed Sheeran has helped him tackle songwriting during the coronavirus crisis.
Apple has acquired weather app Dark Sky, and is set to shut down the Android version of the popular app later this year.
Oprah Winfrey says she has banished her long-time partner to the guest house as she practises social distancing at home.
A pair of rare Apple-branded trainers from the early 1990s has sold for almost £8,000 at auction.
Kanye West has compared the response to his support of Donald Trump to racial profiling.
Apple has unveiled an updated version of its iPad Pro tablet, with a new keyboard which includes trackpad support for the first time.
Two fashion retailers have closed in an Aberdeen shopping centre.
Apple is closing all stores outside Greater China until March 27 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Apple has cancelled the in-person aspects of its annual developer conference in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Radio 1’s Big Weekend has been called off by organisers as the music industry continues to feel the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Disney’s blockbuster remake of Mulan is the latest major release to be postponed, as a nervous Hollywood attempts to mitigate the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The releases of A Quiet Place II and Fast & Furious 9 have been postponed as the entertainment industry continues to be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
Technology giants and social media firms have “failed” in attempts to prevent access to child sex abuse images, allowing for “an explosion in online-facilitated” crimes against children, an inquiry has found.