Apple announced iOS 8 at its developers conference Monday. It’s not available to users yet, but here’s what’s new in this update.
Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference begins Monday. Here’s what the tech world says you should expect.
Some Apple device users in Australia and New Zealand report they’re locked out of their devices and have received messages demanding ransom money.
Google and Samsung are already developing “smart” home appliances. Now Apple is joining the tech race as well.
Apple and Google have agreed to end their bitter patent battle, instead working toward patent reform. It’s a move that has many wondering why.
The ruling in the latest Apple v. Samsung patent suit found both companies had infringed on tech patents, but imposed relatively mild penalties.
After posting strong earnings in Q2 of 2014, Apple announced it will add $30 billion to its buyback plan and split its stock.
German researchers have used a fake fingerprint made from glue to bypass the fingerprint security system on Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 smartphone.
Apple filed a patent detailing how a transparent background feature would allow texters to continuously see what’s behind their phones.
After MTV reached out to the tech company, Apple agreed that the current Emoji set is sorely lacking in diversity.
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