Ndemic Creations, the creator of the popular game Plague Inc. received a warning from China that the game contained illegal content.
Four Chinese military hackers have been charged with breaking into Equifax’s network and stealing the data of tens of millions of Americans.
The accused hackers exploited a software vulnerability to gain access to Equifax’s computers, obtaining log-in credentials that they used to navigate databases and review records. The indictment also details efforts the hackers took to cover their tracks, including wiping log files on a daily basis and routing traffic through dozens of servers in nearly 20 countries.
Reminder that Equifax executives did insider trading based on the breach. They are criminals.
At the China Initiative Conference, government officials from the FBI and DoJ spent four hours talking about theft of U.S. intellectual property by China.
“The threat from China is real, it’s persistent, it’s well-orchestrated, it’s well-resourced, and it’s not going away anytime soon,” John Demers, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, opened the conference.
“This one to me really stands out as the greatest long-term threat to our nation’s information and intellectual property, and to our economic vitality,” said FBI Director Christopher Wray.
Apple is limiting staff travel to China and has closed one of its stores in the country as the coronavirus continues to spread.
Chinese iPhone shipments increased by 18.7 percent in December 2019, according to data from the China Academy of Information and Communications.
A trade agreement between the U.S. and China is “an early Christmas present to Apple,” according to one analyst.
iPhone shipments in China last month were down 35.4% compared to November last year, according to a new note by Credit Suisse analysts.
We regularly collect and use information that could identify an individual, in particular about your purchase or use of our products, services, mobile and software applications and websites… We use various technologies to determine [your] location, including IP addresses, GPS, and other sensors.
The VPN apps I wrote about are all safe (or at least I personally believe them to be safe).
The Chinese SMA-WATCH-M2 was recently caught exposing personal data like location of over 5,000 children and their parents.
Apple has been wooing China for years now but it sounds like it’s an increasingly one-sided relationship as China is blocking Apple services.
Apple has asked the White House for exemptions from the latest round of tariffs in the trade war between China and the United States.
Tim Cook has been named chairman of Tsinghua University’s School of Economics and Management taking over from Jim Breyer.
Tim Cook met the head of China’s market regulator following controversy over the removal of an app used by protestors in Hong Kong.
There’s a fun new leak coming out of China saying that Apple will release “AirPods Pro” by the end of October.
Andrew shares his thoughts on Apple’s recent moves in Hong Kong as well as its corporate values.
Charlotte Henry and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s recent decision to pull an app used by Hong Kong protestors.
The hashtag #BoycottApple is trending on Twitter after Apple removed the HKMap and Quartz apps from the App Store at the behest of China.
Just after Apple removed the apps, #BoycottApple has been trending on all the social media platforms with users voicing their discontent with Apple’s move. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time Apple has been under fire for pulling something like this. Back in 2017, the company pulled The New York Times app from the App Store stating that the Chinese government had requested the app’s removal because it was “in violation of local regulations.”
Phil Schiller: “Courage.”
Apple recently removed a Hong Kong protest app from the App Store, saying that it encouraged users to break the law.
Despite news in the past saying Apple was moving Mac Pro manufacturing to China, today a report says it will stay in Texas.
Apple has dropped in standing amongst the Chinese public, according to a new survey by Prophet, as they back firm’s from their own country.