Foxconn, the biggest contract assembler of smartphones and other electronics, is struggling to fill orders for the iPhone 14 after thousands of employees walked away from the factory in the central city of Zhengzhou last month following complaints about unsafe working conditions.
As governors grapple with the question of when to reopen their states, the need for a wide-scale contact tracing effort is at the top of many experts’ lists. Help may be on the way, but it’s getting a lot of scrutiny.
Apple and Google are rolling out dozens of new emoji that of course include cute critters, but also expand the number of images of human diversity.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart is warning residents about a sophisticated phone scam in which an unsolicited caller claims to be a representative from Apple, Inc.
CEO Tim Cook: CPS among most diverse, forward-thinking school districts
Apple CEO Tim Cook had nothing but praise for the city of Chicago and Chicago Public Schools during one of the company’s signature product reveals Tuesday morning in Roscoe Village.
The FBI wants Apple to unlock an iPhone belonging to one of the people behind December's mass shooting in San Bernardino, California. Apple says it's taking a stand for privacy rights, while the FBI says it's merely trying to conduct the most thorough investigation possible.
The only thing to cheer on Wall Street today was that trading finally ended. The markets take a tumble, dragged down by an Apple.
Motorola raises the curtain on the Moto X and its so-called "wearable," while Apple unveils two larger-sized iPhones and an upcoming watch. Two tech reporters give us their reviews of the latest smart gadgets hitting the market.
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WIRED's Mat Honan got hacked and had his digital life wiped. We look at what steps you should take to keep your information secure.
Apple's first quarter earnings beat already high expectations to lift stocks higher. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM joins us to discuss that story, and more top business headlines.
Apple unveils the iPad3, calling it the poster child for a post-PC world. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM has that story and more top business headlines.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley said he didn't think there was a home computer market back in 1985. Elizabeth Brackett reported on Apple 26 years ago. We revisit her encounter with a prickly Steve Jobs, and get some perspective about just how far Apple has come.
"He changed the way each of us sees the world." Those are the words of President Obama on the death of Apple co-Founder Steve Jobs. We talk about the legacy of the technological visionary.
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The Playboy Club is coming back to Chicago. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 joins us with that, the local impact of Hurricane Irene and other top business stories.