Reno has landed an Apple data center and it’s got a small but growing hub of tech startups. If it lands Tesla, it could be well on its way to a tech makeover.
Facebook’s wind power utility deal in Iowa is gaining praise from the data center industry as a model worth replicating.
Tesla scores another influential Apple exec, this time to lead new vehicles.
In an attempt to make Apple Maps more accurate, Apple has acquired a Toronto-based startup called Locationary.
Adding to Apple’s clean power plans for its data centers, Apple confirmed with me that it’s building a large solar panel farm for a data center in Reno, Nevada.
Apple has hired former EPA Chief Lisa Jackson. Sounds like Apple’s attention to clean power for its data centers, lowering its carbon emissions and removing toxic chemicals from devices will only get stronger.
There are a variety of factors that have caused the stock to dip and rise since September, but Wednesday was particularly odd because there wasn’t any obvious thing that should be spooking Wall Street. Here are some financial analysts’ best guesses as to what’s afoot.
Intelligent and simple design is the key solution to creating meaningful experiences out of the connected world. Come hear from our speakers on this topic at RoadMap, including the CEOs of Instagram and Tumblr, designers Yves Behar and Tony Fadell, and former Twitter CEO Evan Williams.
Like Apple is doing in North Carolina, Facebook is adding on a smaller data center at its facility in Prineville, Oregon. The new building won’t add jobs to the region, but represents Facebook’s rapid infrastructure build out.
Apple is building another smaller data center, next to its massive iCloud data center, in Maiden, North Carolina, according to local reports. The new planned 21,030 square-foot data center will store clusters of servers; for comparison the current data center onsite is 500,000 square feet.