Apple VP of Special Projects Paul Deneve Removed From Leadership Webpage Apple this evening updated its executive profiles page to remove Paul Deneve, suggesting he is no longer with the company or has left the executive team. Hired in 2013, Paul Deneve served as Apple's vice president of special projects, reporting to Apple ... 12/2/2016 - 2:51 pm | View Link
Reported 2016 MacBook Pro graphics issues likely caused by third-party software An undetermined number of 2016 MacBook Pro models are suffering from disturbing graphical rendering issues, with owners reporting full screen artifacts, screen tearing, flashing, random “glitches” and even system crashes. The issue, however, is related ... 12/2/2016 - 2:51 pm | View Link
Apple Agrees to Develop R&D in Indonesia TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Indonesia has reached a cooperation agreement with Apple Inc., the Minister of Telecommunication and Informatics, Rudiantara, said on Friday. "We have signed a cooperation agreement with Apple. They have agreed to undertake R&D ... 12/2/2016 - 2:50 pm | View Link
Intel's Apple Victory Could Be Short-Lived Following years of speculation, Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) finally made its way back into Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone this year, an incremental negative to previously exclusive modem supplier Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM). Over the past few weeks, there has been a ... 12/2/2016 - 2:50 pm | View Link
Apple’s Secure iPad Activation Lock Bypassed Via iOS Bug Apple’s activation lock feature for iOS makes it difficult for thieves or anyone other than the owner to unlock an iPhone or an iPad, wipe all the data inside it and essentially repurpose it as a new device. It’s difficult, yes, but still possible. 12/2/2016 - 2:49 pm | View Link
Image source: Getty Images. America has spoken, and with president-elect Donald Trump less than two months away from taking office, healthcare is the issue many voters would like to see him tackle first. During his campaign, Trump took a pretty aggressive approach to healthcare reform. His seven-point plan was highlighted by completely repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, which is better known as Obamacare.
Electric-vehicle sales have jumped in 2016, with InsideEVs reporting that U. S. sales were up 30.7% through October to 120,517 units, and worldwide sales were up 30.1% to 518,440 units. And this could be the calm before the storm with Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA), General Motors (NYSE: GM), and Ford (NYSE: F) all launching high-profile EVs in 2017. Here's a look at which models are selling well in 2016 and what it might mean for next year's EV market. Continue reading
It's widely known by now that President-elect Donald Trump prefers to get his message out via Twitter. But after his inauguration on January 20, he could operate a little-used system to send his message to every cellphone in America.
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Alex Trautwig/GettyThe Federal Reserve on Wednesday supported recent data showing some worrying trends in parts of Manhattan's real-estate market.
The Beige Book compiled anecdotes from contacts of the 12 regional banks, including the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. It is not a hard data release.
"New York City's rental market has been mostly steady, except at the high end, where the inventory has risen and rents have drifted down," according to the Beige Book.
There are too many luxury apartments in the city, with more developments still rising from the ground.
AP2016 was the year that Apple joined the rest of the world and embraced social media.
Earlier this year, Apple launched an official Twitter account to promote the launch of the iPhone 7. And Apple has also been quietly running an official verified Facebook page for months as well, the company confirmed.
Apple has been running music-related social accounts for years, but its willingness to create official accounts for Apple itself is a relatively new development.
But both accounts show exactly zero activity.