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Recent articles by Ian:

Epic's fighting Apple over the iPhone app store, but gamers mostly use console and PC

Documents included in Epic's court filings last week show that iPhone and Google Play represented 7% of Fortnite revenues. → Read More

Siri spilled the beans on Apple's April 20 event

The virtual assistant confirmed Apple was holding an event on April 20 before the company officially sent out invites. → Read More

Apple's next all-virtual launch will be April 20, upgraded iPads, iOS 14.5 privacy push on tap

Apple is expected to upgrade the screens of its iPads with a Pro-inspired design. Rumored AirTags may show up too. → Read More

Apple's next online-only launch will be April 20, upgraded iPads on tap

Apple is expected to upgrade the screens of its iPads with a Pro-inspired design. Rumored AirTags may show up too. → Read More

Apple's CEO equates Facebook to digital peeping Toms, changing our behavior

Tim Cook's broadside in an interview with the Toronto Star comes as iOS 14.5 is set to debut with new privacy rules Facebook doesn't like. → Read More

Apple's CEO equates Facebook to peeping Toms, pushes better privacy

Tim Cook's broadside in an interview with the Toronto Star comes as iOS 14.5 is set to debut with new privacy rules Facebook doesn't like. → Read More

Battling Facebook, Apple CEO warns of digital peeping Toms, pushes better privacy

Tim Cook's broadside in an interview with the Toronto Star comes as iOS 14.5 is set to debut with new privacy rules Facebook doesn't like. → Read More

Apple's worldwide national security report shows drop in data requests as pandemic spread

Apple's biannual transparency report shows governments worldwide still ask for data from tens of thousands of users. → Read More

Apple says Epic's Fortnite lawsuit is a marketing stunt to revive 'flagging interest' in the game

In dueling court filings, Apple details Epic's "Project Liberty" media strategy, while Epic argues the App Store forces up prices. → Read More

Apple dumps on Epic's Fortnite lawsuit, calling it an effort to revive 'flagging interest' in the game

In dueling court filings, Apple details Epic's "Project Liberty" media strategy, while Epic argues the App Store forces up prices. → Read More

Apple says Epic's suit is really an effort to revive 'flagging interest' in Fortnite

In a filing with a California court, Apple describes Epic's pre-planned "Project Liberty" media strategy to draw attention to Fortnite. → Read More

Reddit users like GameStop stock, but the business is still struggling

The video game retailer's shares are still far higher after investors on social media pushed their value up. → Read More

Reddit users may like GameStop stock, but the business is still struggling

The videogame retailer's shares are still far higher after investors on social media pushed their value up. → Read More

Apple expands effort to encourage teachers to use iPads in classrooms

The tech giant's been steadily adding to its education-focused products, both by offering cheaper hardware and free classroom activities. → Read More

Apple MacBook butterfly keyboard class action lawsuit clears another hurdle

MacBook owners who say Apple covered up its "butterfly" style keyboard problems now certified as a class action case. → Read More

Gen Z is getting screwed by remote work, new Microsoft survey says

The tech giant, which surveyed more than 31,000 people across the world, found that younger people are losing out on career growth that happens in the office. → Read More

Apple CEO Tim Cook, senior execs to testify at Epic Fortnite trial

The iPhone maker expects to call nearly a dozen people from its organization in the high profile trial, due to start May 3. → Read More

French regulator says Apple's new app-privacy rules 'don't appear to be abusive'

France's competition regulators say they won't take immediate action against Apple, though they're still investigating complaints. → Read More

Microsoft, Google trade barbs amid congressional hearing on news industry

Google says Microsoft is being opportunistic and trying to draw attention away from recent hacks. → Read More

Apple sues former MacBook product design employee for allegedly leaking to the press

Apple says the employee, whose resume says he worked at Apple for more than 11 years, leaked information from internal meetings and documents. → Read More