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Elon Musk blasts Apple’s approach to AI, threatens to ban devices if OpenAI integrated into operating system

Elon Musk on Monday threatened to ban Apple devices at his respective companies if the tech giant integrated OpenAI at the operating system level.  Writing on X, the Tesla CEO called the prospect an “unacceptable security violation.”  Should he follow through with the ban, Musk said visitors would have to check their Apple devices “at the door, where they will be stored in a Faraday…

Apple unveils ‘Apple Intelligence’ at the WWDC

Apple announced Monday it will incorporate “Apple Intelligence” into its new iPhone, iPad and Mac operating systems. “Apple Intelligence is the personal intelligence system that puts powerful generative models right at the core of your iPhone, iPad and Mac,” Apple executive Craig Federighi said. “It draws on your personal context to give you intelligence that’s most helpful and relevant to you.” CLICK HERE TO READ…

Apple’s WWDC to be AI turning point for tech giant

Apple is set to hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this week with analysts eagerly anticipating announcements related to the artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives that have to date been lower profile than the tech giant’s rivals. The WWDC festivities begin Monday in Cupertino, California, with a keynote address revealing the latest Apple software and technologies at 10:00 a.m. Pacific set to be followed by…

Argentina’s President Milei to meet with Apple, Google, Meta CEOs on US trip

Argentina’s President Javier Milei is traveling to the U.S. to meet with CEOs from major U.S. tech firms including Google, Meta, Apple and OpenAI, according to an announcement from his spokesman Manuel Adorni on Monday. Milei, a libertarian who assumed office in December after a surprise election win, is scheduled to depart from Argentina on Monday and is slated to meet Tuesday evening with OpenAI…

Wisconsin woman accused of using Apple AirTag to stalk ex-boyfriend: report

A Wisconsin woman was accused of using an Apple AirTag to track her ex-boyfriend, FOX6 Milwaukee reported. Amanda Rasmuson, 36, of Racine, is facing two counts of misuse of a GPS device and two counts of violation of an injunction, according to a criminal complaint obtained by FOX6 Milwaukee. On Jan. 21, Racine police responded to a home for a civil complaint. Upon arrival, a…

White House invites Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos to state dinner despite DOJ lawsuits against Apple, Amazon

The White House’s state dinner on Wednesday included a list of bigwig names in business, sports, politics and entertainment.  Among the list of attendees was Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Apple CEO Tim Cook. Their attendance was notable given that both Amazon and Apple have been the subject of lawsuits from the federal government.  Last month, the Department of Justice (DOJ) sued Apple over allegations…

Biden DOJ takes aim at Apple even though consumers love it

Apparently, nothing irritates the Biden administration more than a successful business. Apple is the latest target of the Justice Department’s ongoing crackdown on what they say are high-tech monopolies.  The DOJ has already filed actions against Amazon, Google and Meta platforms. This time they, along with 15 state attorneys general and Washington D.C., allege in a suit filed in the U.S. District Court of New…

Apple, Google, Meta targeted in EU’s first Digital Markets Act investigations

Tech giants Apple, Google and Meta will be investigated by European Union antitrust regulators for potential violations of the EU’s landmark law to promote competition in the digital economy that could result in large fines. The investigations of the Big Tech trio are the first to occur under provisions of the Digital Markets Act that took effect on March 7. The rules require six designated…

DOJ to sue Apple in antitrust case, source says

The Department of Justice plans to sue Apple over a violation of antitrust law, according to a source familiar with the lawsuit. Attorney General Merrick Garland and other top DOJ officials are set to make an announcement later Thursday. The DOJ declined to comment when asked about the possible lawsuit. This is a developing story. Check back soon for updates. Go to Source