Apple Reportedly Looking to Buy Disney For Over $200 Billion

Over the years, Disney has bought up lots of companies that include Pixar, Lucasfilm, and Marvel making them the biggest powerhouse in Hollywood. Now it looks like Disney could end up being the one that is bought and that buyer is reportedly Apple. According to Variety, they are looking to pull off a $237 billion……

Qualcomm files counter-suit against Apple

Chip making company, Qualcomm has announced that they will be counter-suing Apple, claiming that the smartphone and gadget making company was in breach of a contract with it, as well as a bunch of other issues that they have. This includes allegations that Apple had interfered with Qualcomm’s agreements with other licensees, encouraged regulatory attacks…

Apple, Google Rumored To Copy Samsung’s Curved Screen Design For Future Devices

Samsung has long had a reputation for copying Apple’s designs for its smartphones with Apple even sueing Samsung in an epic, multiyear legal battle over designs and alleged patent violations. But now something unusual may be happening in the smartphone world: Apple and Google may be poised to copy Samsung’s smartphone designs, the Business insider……

Top Five Fruits for healthy Living

Fruit has been recognized as a good source of vitamins and minerals, and for their role in preventing vitamin C and vitamin A deficiencies. People who eat fruit as part of an overall healthy diet generally have a reduced risk of Chronic disease. Fruit are important sources of many nutrients, including potassium, fiber, vitamin C……

Australia’s consumer watchdog drags Apple to court

Apple was Thursday taken to court by Australia’s consumer watchdog for violating laws by allegedly refusing to look at or repair some iPads and iPhones previously serviced by a third party. The tech giant “made false, misleading, or deceptive representations about consumers’ rights under the Australian Consumer Law,” the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)…

Apple plans $500m for new research centres in China

Luxury gadgets and smartphone makers, Apple is trying to tap into local talent by building new research centers around the world. As spotted by MacRumors, the company just announced on its Chinese website that it is going to build two new R&D centers in Shanghai and Suzhou. This is going to be a significant investment…

CIA HACKING: Apple, Samsung vow to fix vulnerabilities

Smart phone giants Apple and Samsung have both vowed to fix vulnerabilities after the CIA allegedly produced more than 1,000 malware systems to infiltrate and take control of targeted electronics. The declaration is coming after a WikiLeaks’ disclosure of an alleged CIA hacking arsenal capable of breaking into iPhones and other devices. Reports say the…

‘Old phones’ make comeback, threatening iPhone and others

Smartphones of all kinds are facing stiff competition from an unlikely new challenger: the old feature phones. With simple handsets and small screens intended mostly for calls and text messages — similar to the Nokia or Motorola you probably owned years ago — a new generation of feature phones is suddenly looking like a threat…

Apple to assemble iPhone in India

Luxury gadget and smartphone makers Apple is set to begin assembling the iPhone SE in India but that doesn’t necessarily mean that its prices will drop in the country. India’s Economic Times Friday reported that Apple will begin assembling in the coming months in Karnataka, adding more detail to comments from the state’s minister of…

More worries for Twitter as VP, chief HR officer quit

Social media giants Twitter has more worries to contend with as its VP of diversity and inclusion Jeffrey Siminoff is leaving the company at the end of the month and its chief human resources officer Renee Atwood has already left. “Renee has left the company for personal reasons,” a Twitter spokesperson told TechCrunch. “We thank…

Tech sector leads resistance to Trump’s travel ban

A coalition led by some of the world’s biggest technology firms is taking on President Donald Trump’s travel ban, meaning the contentious relationship between the sector and the White House could be about to get worse. Scores of technology giants including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter filed a joint legal brief arguing against the……