Apple has joined the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (AI), a global group of corporations that aims to steer debate on best practice utilisation of artificial intelligence, according to ARN. The group believes AI will have big applications in health care, transport and factory production and that ground rules for AI use should be established on … Continue reading Apple joins Partnership on AI to help advance AI R&D
Whether or not this is down to the so-called ‘Trump Effect’, according to the Australian Financial Review (AFR), Foxconn Technology Group, the biggest assembler of Apple devices, is currently in discussions to expand the company’s US manufacturing operations. The news came only hours after an announcement by US President-elect Donald Trump and SoftBank Group’s Masayoshi … Continue reading Foxconn plants the seeds for US Apple manufacturing
President-elect Donald Trump is right: The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a damaging deal and deserves to be killed off.
Apple is going to investigate claims that an iPhone 7 caught fire, which resulted in the destruction of the handset owner’s vehicle.
There are rumours that Apple is working with Sydney company Sonder Design to develop a special “E-Ink” keyboard for release with the 2018 MacBook.
Luxury car maker and Formula One team owner McLaren has denied reports that it has been in talks with Apple over the latter acquiring or taking a strategic stake in the auto firm.
Not only is Apple suffering from a major lack of hardware innovation but it’s also being outdone in software and online, where apps reign supreme. It quite possibly signals the company’s eventual demise.
Success isn’t about just making things for a domestic market. Brent Balinski spoke to Michael Grogan, who recently finished up as CEO of Sutton Tools, about going global, and why the industry’s future is a bright one.
Apple’s China-based contractor, Foxconn, is following a trend of increasing unionisation at transnational corporations in China by holding its first-ever democratic labour union elections.
Technology giant Apple has named a Quanta Computer operation in Silicon Valley as the new home for its United States-based manufacturing plant.
Tech giant Apple will spend nearly $100 million next year to shift production of one of its Mac computer lines from China back to the United States.
Apple has been tipped to delay the launch of their new range of iMacs after encountering problems with their manufacturing process.