Bill Campbell, who has served on Apple’s Board of Directors for 17 years, took some time to sit down with Fortune and reflect on his years on the iPhone maker’s board, and his long association with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
The legislative arm of the European Union put out a press release on Friday, boasting that action by itself and its member states has led to better protection for consumers in online games. It also took the opportunity to scold Apple for not doing enough to protect and inform consumers about in-app purchases.
Amazon has officially announced Kindle Unlimited, a new e-book and audiobook subscription service that offers unlimited access to over 600,000 Kindle e-book titles, along with access to thousands of Audible audiobooks for $9.99 a month.
Apple has announced that Susan Wagner, a founding partner and director of BlackRock, has joined its Board of Directors. BlackRock owns 2.82% of Apple, and is a well-known investment management firm. Wagner replaces Bill Campbell, who has served on the Apple Board of Directors for 17 years.
Facebook has launched a new “Mentions” app that is designed for the exclusive use of “actors, athletes, musicians, and other influencers,” to allow them to “discover and join conversations” on Facebook.
New images posted to Twitter by KCBS New’s traffic reporter Ron Cervi show construction at Apple’s new Spaceship campus is clicking right along. Cervi has been posting aerial shots of the campus to track construction progress for several months.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it will be laying off a total of 18,000 workers over the next year. While job cuts were expected at the company, the total number of cuts are much higher than was anticipated.
Google has released their official Google Analytics app for the iPhone. Analytics is a Google service that allows website owners to view and manage data related to their websites.
Apple debuted its new iTunes Pass service in Japanese Apple Store yesterday, and now the program – which allows users to buy iTunes Store credit without buying physical iTunes gift cards – is rolling out in the United States and Australia.
If you’re an NFL fan who would like to cut the cord and drop your satellite TV subscription, but you don’t want to miss out on NFL Sunday Ticket, here’s some good news for you.
Apple has agreed to $450 million to resolve U.S. state and consumer lawsuits claiming the company conspired with five major publishers to fix the prices of e-books sold in Apple’s iBookstore.
Investment firm Piper Jaffray believes that while Apple’s new partnership with IBM will strengthen its position in the corporate world, it probably won’t add up to much in terms of overall iOS device sales.
A new report says that the fourth beta version of iOS 8 will be seeded to developers on Monday, July 21. The release date would mark a two-week gap following the July 7 release of the third beta.
Paul McCartney has re-released five of his classic albums as iPad apps. Band on the Run, McCartney, McCartney II, RAM and Wings over America have been turned into apps by music label Concord Music Group.
Apple and IBM have just announced plans for a partnership that will team the two forces in a move to “transform enterprise mobility” with customized apps and services for iPhone and iPad.
Google has added a new feature to their search results that warns iOS users when a site that is listed in the results uses Adobe Flash. For the three people who don’t know this, The iPhone, (and its siblings the iPad and iPod touch), have never supported Flash.