Ride-hailing app Uber's China ambitions came to a halt in August, but one of the company's aggressive tactics to win in China nearly cost it some very valuable real estate: a place in the Apple App Store.
A small, secret team of biomedical engineers at Apple is reportedly working on a "holy grail" for diabetics: non-invasive wearable sensors that could continuously monitor a person's blood sugar levels.
Wireless giant Qualcomm fired back against Apple's legal attack on its patent licensing business, accusing the world's largest tech company of egging on anti-trust regulators with misleading information.
First, the good news: Apple plans to release a completely redesigned version of the Mac Pro. Now the bad news: it ain't happening until at least 2018. But Apple says it's aware of its pro users' frustrations.