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Digital legacy: who gets your cloud storage when you die

Digital legacy: who gets your cloud storage when you die

Proving to big tech that you’re entitled to a loved one’s possessions can be a nightmare, but it’s getting better.

  • by Tim Biggs

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Apple’s $US3 trillion milestone highlights corporate USA’s sickness

Apple’s $US3 trillion milestone highlights corporate USA’s sickness

As America tears itself apart, its corporate giants continue to grow, with predatory takeovers and abusive market practice widely tolerated in a way that would have been unthinkable 50 years ago.

  • by Jeremy Warner
Apple becomes world’s first $US3 trillion company

Apple becomes world’s first $US3 trillion company

A new milestone for Apple as investors bet the iPhone maker will keep launching best-selling products as it explores new markets such as automated cars and virtual reality.

  • by Nivedita Balu
Are Apple AirTags being used to track people and steal cars?

Are Apple AirTags being used to track people and steal cars?

There is growing concern that the devices may be abetting a new form of stalking, which privacy groups predicted could happen when Apple introduced them in April.

  • by Ryan Mac and Kashmir Hill
The gadgets that were almost game changers in 2021
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The gadgets that were almost game changers in 2021

Plenty of devices were created this year as companies took a big swing at something new that didn’t quite make it. But these three could become must-haves in their next iterations.

  • by Tim Biggs
Cars are suddenly worth $4 trillion - and it’s not all Tesla

Cars are suddenly worth $4 trillion - and it’s not all Tesla

This was a weird year for auto stocks. There’s Tesla, of course. But far from being shuffled into oblivion by Elon Musk, the traditional petrol-guzzlers also had a rally.

  • by Liam Denning
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Apple pays $250,000 bonuses to stop top talent defecting to Facebook

Apple pays $250,000 bonuses to stop top talent defecting to Facebook

Apple has issued unusual and significant stock bonuses to some engineers in its talent war with Facebook owner Meta.

  • by Mark Gurman
Bigger and stronger, but swarmed by doubts: The year in tech empires

Bigger and stronger, but swarmed by doubts: The year in tech empires

Big Tech got bigger-er and stronger in 2021. The empires of technology also appeared more vulnerable than ever to the forces of regulation, competition, and perhaps hubris.

  • by Shira Ovide
Apple leads tech stocks lower on Wall Street as investors reconsider Fed moves

Apple leads tech stocks lower on Wall Street as investors reconsider Fed moves

US technology and internet stocks fell overnight as investors assessed the longer-term implications of the Federal Reserve’s hawkish policy on corporate balance sheets.

  • by Ryan Vlastelica and Jessica Menton
Apple sued over broken watch screens that injured customers

Apple sued over broken watch screens that injured customers

The Apple Watch isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, a group of customers claims in a lawsuit over an alleged defect that it says can cause injuries.

  • by Joe Schneider
Anti-vax app gets the boot from Google but remains on Apple App Store

Anti-vax app gets the boot from Google but remains on Apple App Store

Reignite Democracy Australia has had its pages pulled from Facebook twice for spreading harmful COVID and vaccine misinformation, prompting it to turn to its own app.

  • by Nick Bonyhady