Apple acquires facial recognition firm RealFace, new Mac malware blamed on the same Russian group responsible for the election hacks, Apple is fighting new legislation giving users the 'right to repair,' Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Inc bets bigtime on Apple, new rumors suggest the iPad lineup will be revamped in March, WWDC gets official dates and a location, Apple may have taken away the hack to restore the startup chime on new MacBook Pros, and there's reports that Apple is in talks with a Chinese supplier for flexible OLED displays for the next iPhone.
- Rene's Pick: Overcast 3.0 and Pokemon Go Gen 2
- Andy's Pick: Dog Sled Saga for iOS
- Leo's Pick: Uniquity AmpliFi HD
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- Apple buys Israel’s facial recognition firm RealFace – report
- Is Apple, Inc. About to Kill Touch ID?
- Apple patches malicious exploit found in GarageBand for Mac project files
- New Mac malware pinned on same Russian group blamed for election hacks
- Apple fighting new ‘right to repair’ legislation after successfully lobbying against it in the past
- Source: Apple Will Fight 'Right to Repair' Legislation
- Berkshire Discloses Increased Stake in Apple
- iCar release date rumours, features and images
- Report: Apple might be revamping its iPad lineup in March
- TPK to quit touch panel production for Apple Watch, say sources
- Report: Apple in talks with Chinese supplier BOE for flexible OLED displays for next-generation iPhone
- Pick: Overcast 3.0
- Pick: Pokemon Go Gen 2
- Pick: Dog Sled Saga for iOS