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Apple plans to quickly expand shipping of the face shields beyond the US

Apple is designing face shields for medical workers and separately has sourced more than 20 million masks through its global supply chain, chief execu(...)

Apple’s €13 billion in back taxes – plus interest – could furnish Ireland €15 billion to help combat the economic damage of coronavirus. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Where will the money come from? The cash being thrown at economies around the world will, in the first instance, be borrowed. Ultimately, taxes will h(...)

Pinsent Masons intellectual property and data law specialist Ann Henry: “Data trusts offer a new way to extract significantly more value from existing data and to provide an opportunity to access much broader datasets to aid product and service innovation.”

Big tech can offer Ireland new healthcare solutions, according to Pinsent Masons intellectual property and data law specialists Ann Henry and Mark Mar(...)

Apple’s latest numbers suggest upgraders are back. Photograph: Bloomberg

The unexpected star of Apple’s record quarterly earnings on Tuesday was none other than the iPhone 11 – a product widely considered more incremental t(...)

Apple also gave a revenue forecast for the quarter ending in March above Wall Street expectations.

Apple has reported sales and profits for the holiday shopping quarter above Wall Street expectations, powered by a rise in iPhone sales for the first (...)

High alert: mobile-phone users receive an average of 63.5 notifications a day. Photograph: iStock/Getty

Three years ago Aishah Iqbal had just qualified as a doctor and was finding it a “steep learning curve”. She often felt overwhelmed at work – and when(...)

Apple CEO Tim Cook visits Irish developer Hostelworld in Dublin.

Apple shares have soared almost a third since the iPhone maker’s last earnings, sending the company’s valuation to a record $1.4 trillion for a US com(...)

Apple chief executive Tim Cook is presented with the inaugural IDA special recognition award   by IDA chief executive  Martin Shanahan, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and IDA chairman Frank Ryan. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways,” begins the 19th century sonnet by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. In the case of tech giant Apple’s relation(...)

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Four of the five biggest US technology giants boosted their lobbying spending last year as they battled charges of unfair competition, sought to shap(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Apple CEO, Tim Cook  in Dublin where  the IDA’s inaugural special recognition award was presented to the tech company’s chief. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Apple has played a key role in making “Ireland the tech capital of Europe”, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. Speaking at an event in Dublin to mark t(...)

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