- Good top tech company to work for in current scenario I understand this is super open-ended and is highly dependent on the team. With regards to a L5 or SDE2 position. Microsoft - Laid back culture, politics, legacy and old technologies. Amazon - Bad culture, Bad WLB. Google - Work is getting mundane with emphasis on maintenance kind of stuff. Apple
- Good job Apple by revoking enterprise certificate of evil Facebook. Once again Apple valued our privacy. Indeed Apple is the saviour of human kind. Respecting privacy is in DNA of Apple right from Steve's era. These Facebook guys just do anything for user data and go to any extent for it. They are just evil. Also Apple saved us from evil IBM. Also Apple tried to save us from evil Microsoft. But sadl
- is FAANG TURNING TO MAANGO? (: Facebook out Microsoft oracle in? Is it the end for Facebook due to data/privacy management problems? I feel like all other company has some product .... Facebook is just another social media platform..?? Is this the ugly truth?? Market caps: Microsoft = $712B Amazon = $710B Apple = $860B
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- vote Among the FANG’s, is Apple a privacy champion? My thoughts in the comments.
- Alternative to Facebook Shouldn’t companies like Apple or Microsoft build an alternate to Facebook? With privacy as core USP
- I want to work with Apple. I'm fed up of working with people who don't care about design, security and privacy. Most devs that I've met just do it because it pays the bills. I talk to devs and I feel like they don't want to broaden their 5 years working with the only language they know: C#. I talk to more devs who say they ca
- Apple's heroic fight to save human kind... Okay. Since there are lot of Apple haters here, I'm gonna write their adventurous history to save human kind in multiple occasions. Year 1976: Only there were IBM mainframe computers. No one had ever thought of making a personal computer. IBM just ignored the technology to common people like you an
- vote Apple privacy Having watched the Apple keynote and the number of incredible features that are brought to iOS is simply mind blowing. More than anything else the enormous attention that apple has given to privacy is very much commendable. Having upgraded to iOS 13 I can see that Bluetooth sharing is shut off and i
- Why does Gmail app has ads? Recently switched to an Android from an iPhone. First time trying the Gmail app. Why the fuck does it have ads. Love the customization on the new phone though. I like Google products but just stop selling me ads. Is there an email app on Android which will not have ads? I think for emails there sh
- vote Apple Privacy : FaceTime bug Apple keeps branding themselves as a company that cares about privacy lot. Six hours before the security bug on FaceTime news came up, Tim Cook tweeted about how apple cares deeply about data privacy on Twitter. I hope they are hiring amazing engineers. Is Apple really working hard on privacy or is
- Moving from FB to Apple Does this happen much? I’m wondering if the Cold War between the companies is effecting ability to shift between the 2 at all. Aka if you’ve been cool working at Facebook with it stance on privacy, then Apple has 0 interest in you?
- Apple playing politics with the FB ban I’m sure you have all heard than Apple recently placed a ban on some Facebook internal apps due to Facebook “violating” is policy. But it seems impossible because Apple has known this forever. Why the ban now? Let’s be honest. Apple is just playing politics here. They have been on the news for the
- Privacy within Apple products. Legit claim or just Apple marketing?
- link Hey Siri I was reading this article here: https://www.macrumors.com/2018/10/14/police-advised-dont-look-at-face-id-iphones/ And I couldn’t help think that an easy solve that combines user convenience, security and apple technology could be something using a key phrase like “Hey Siri, Lockdown” which would
- Core values similar to Apple Tim Cook’s responses to Kara Swisher’s questions regarding Amazon’s HQ2 search, Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica fiasco, privacy and more were bluntly honest and a reflection of the core values that Apple holds dear. What other companies in tech have similar core values to Apple and why do you think
- Trust, integrity or what? ‘Apple Insider’ reports that Apple gave Mueller’s team access to Roger Stone’s iCloud account. But remember, Apple protected the privacy of the San Bernardino terrorist. Go figure!