The European Union's ruling on Apple taxes "defies reality and common sense' - says the US company as it launches a legal challenge against the 2016 decision.
In one corner, the poster child for American tech success. In the other, the world's foremost authority on corporate regulation. The prize: €13 billion euros in back taxes.
Paris defied U.S. President Donald Trump last week by passing a tax on big digital firms' revenues in France despite a threat from him to launch a probe that could lead to trade tariffs.
Reports of the move came the day before the US and China announced at the G20 summit in Japan that they would re-start trade talks.
Apple announced it's going to scrap iTunes, its historic media service. What does this mean?
Technology giant Apple on Monday confirmed recent speculation from key players in the industry that it was going to scrap its historic iTunes service.
Probably should've just given the kid the password.
In the Steve Jobs Theatre in California, it was confirmed that 100 plus countries could receive the new subscription service of Apple tv channels, tv and movies, on all devices and smart TVs by the autumn.
It's "the tax of the 21st Century": French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire unveils France's draft bill for a revenue tax digital giants
So often, the solutions to problems created by Big Tech are complex and elusive. This one isn’t.
Apple has temporarily taken Group FaceTime offline while it fixes a glitch that allows users to listen to the audio of another's phone before a call is accepted
The attempted (and sometimes successful) invasion of public space is the real issue with Apple’s town square concept.
The tech giant has posted record-breaking results, but warnings over sales sent shares tumbling.
Italy's anti-trust watchdog has said it is fining Apple and Samsung over software updates.
The EU has been leading the way on data privacy against tech giants and Apple CEO Tim Cook was in Brussels to talk data and privacy.
"It is time for the rest of the world, including my home country, to follow your lead. We at Apple are in full support of a comprehensive federal privacy law
Analysts say the company is hoping to get customers to upgrade to pricier
devices in the face of stagnant global demand for smartphones
Here's all you need to know about the new iPhone models Apple just revealed.
Better than expected sales results have pushed up Apple shares to record highs and the company's valuation to a trillion dollars
Apple Inc this week became the first $1 trillion publicly listed US company - but how does that compare with other companies and the richest countries and people on the planet?
Californian jury award latest stage of seven year legal battle
Discover the app offering fashion giveaways from high-profile style setters
Experts say the latest addition to Samsung’s flagship smartphone is strikingly-similar to the S8, but it does offer some design improvements and new features to rival Apple’s iPhone X.
Apple Inc. reveals they're looking to reduce cash reserves to net zero
Tech giant says it will also open a new campus as part of a multi-billion dollar US investment plan
Snapchat, YouTube, Instagram: is all this time on smartphones bad for children?
Hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users could be at risk of hacking until Apple releases a patch to its Safari web browser that protects them from "Spectre", one of the two major vulnerabilities discovered this week.