Apple CEO Tim Cook participated in an interview as part of The Atlantic Festival on Monday, where he discussed a range of topics from climate change to remote work and the company's antitrust troubles.
The impending ban of WeChat via an Executive Order from President Donald Trump was halted by a California judge on Sunday, hours before the app was due to be removed from Apple's App Store and Google Play in the United States.
Following the verbal approval of a deal to save TikTok by President Donald Trump, TikTok along with Oracle and Walmart have issued statements confirming their involvement in negotiations, as well as offering more details of a plan of action.
A deal between Bytedance and Oracle to keep TikTok alike in the United States has been given the approval of US President Donald Trump, Just over a day before access to the app would have been curtailed in the United States.
TikTok's long-awaited legal challenge against a presidential executive order that would effectively ban the app in the United States has arrived, with the video sharing service suing to "protect our rights, and the rights of our community and employees."
Video sharing platform TikTok is going to take on the presidential executive order in a new legal challenge as early as Monday, a report claims, as the embattled app tries to shake off the impending ban on transactions.
A number of major companies in the United States, including Apple, have called for the Trump administration to end an executive order that would see the banning of WeChat and TikTok in the country, under claims it would cause harm to US businesses trying to trade in China.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be offering his views on equality and civil rights in an interview to be broadcast on Sunday ahead of WWDC, with Cook also discussing raising civil rights issues with President Donald Trump.
Senate Democrats on Tuesday called on President Donald Trump to answer "serious questions" about a planned Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. chip plant, with the group seeking transparency on potential national security and financial issues.
President Donald Trump on Monday commented on a joint contact tracing project from Apple and Google that will harness iOS and Android devices to track the spread of COVID-19, saying that while the system is "amazing," it raises unspecified "constitutional problems."