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Friday, October 19, 2018
Checked 6:55 PM; Last Updated 3:45 PM CDT; 20:45 GMT
 

 

Apple/Macintosh
  • "Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Calling For Bloomberg To Retract Its Chinese Spy Chip Story"  BuzzFeed News 1:15 PM
  • "Tim Cook wants Bloomberg to retract its spy chip story" CNET 3:35 PM
  • "Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls on Bloomberg to Retract Supply Chain Hack Story: 'There's No Truth to This'" MacRumors 1:19 PM
  • "Tim Cook Demands Bloomberg Retract Chinese Spy Chip Story" PC Magazine 3:44 PM
  • "Tim Cook calls on Bloomberg to retract story of alleged Supermicro hack" BGR 3:41 PM
  • "Apple CEO calls on 'Bloomberg' to retract China surveillance report" Engadget 3:42 PM
  • "Jony Ive on the Apple Watch and Big Tech's responsibilities"  Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:17 AM
  • "Did You Blink? You Might Have Missed the Most Important Tech Story of the Year"  Inc. 11:01 AM
  • "Apple has the chance to be a $1.5 trillion behemoth, analyst says"  Business Insider 8:27 AM
  • "China consumer group raps Apple after ID thefts: A Chinese consumer body has criticised iPhone maker Apple Inc over a recent data security issue which impacted a number of consumers in China who said they had suffered financial losses after having their Apple IDs stolen."  Reuters 7:30 AM
  • "Ugh, Green Bubbles! Apple's iMessage Makes Switching to Android Hard: Apple's messaging service is the glue that keeps us stuck on iPhones; good luck switching to Android"  WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:49 AM
  • "How Apple tried, and failed, to push carriers toward adopting a standardized iMessage" iDownload Blog 11:09 AM
  • "Apple patent troll strikes again with FaceTime lawsuit: Remember Uniloc? It's back, and it wants some of Apple's cash." Engadget 7:48 AM
  • "Google warns Apple: Missing bugs in your security bulletins are 'disincentive to patch'/Google's Project Zero has again called Apple out for silently patching flaws."  ZDNet 8:44 AM