It's time once again for an update on Your Privacy™ brought to you by, I dunno, Nabisco or something [cut to a raging dumpster fire].
Stories by The Macalope
Apple should be willing to let go of a little control and share some of its wealth with its employees.
One of the shining tenets of the Apple rumour mill is that timing is not your problem. Apple AR headset and self-driving car are "behind".
Nobody wants iPhones under their tree. They'd rather have foldable phones. Or something.
Redirecting customers to the App Store to get its 30 per cent is a low road move.
Apple seems pretty happy and Epic seems pretty mad but some people can't read the room.
It's easy to throw Apple's marketing in its face, but the grass isn't greener on the other side of the walled garden.
As a developer pulls an app, US Congress is eyeing forcing Apple to open up iOS.
The Macalope thinks that Apple’s assertions about the App Store in recent public statements could rub developers the wrong way.
Apple prides itself on its stances on privacy and inclusion. The hiring of Antonio García Martínez, however briefly, is a black eye on its reputation.
If someone really wants to get into your iPhone they're going to have a hard time. That's a good thing.
Tim Cook is standing up to Facebook with Apple's stance on privacy and every Apple user is benefitting—even if things aren't quite perfect.
The Macalope would advise Intel to quit wasting its time and money on defensive ad campaigns and just focus on what it does—or used to do best.
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