Even at its low of $10,835 on Friday, Bitcoin was still up 10.2% in December. If you look back to January 1st, 2017, when Bitcoin opened at $998, Bitcoin is up a staggering 885% on the year.
After a debut fraught with problems, Bitcoin Cash trading resumed on Coinbase at some $4,329 Wednesday morning, quickly correcting closer to the rest of the BCH exchanges in the $3,300-$3,500 range.
Chinese clothing company KON wants Apple to apologize in the Chinese national media, plus compensation, for its alleged violation.
No one knows exactly why Bitcoin’s price is so crazy right now, but Bryan Chaffin examines what we do know so we can keep things in perspective.
Here’s what John thinks of his new iPhone X.
By launching another YouTube channel, Apple is admitting it is still behind in the video game.
The number of streaming services seems to grow every day. How can an Apple TV customer make sense of it all? John is here to help.
If you’re thinking about upgrading to a 4K/UHD TV this holiday season, you may be wondering about a new 4K/UHD Blu-ray player.
Citing unnamed sources, China Economic News said the device may be priced at $450 and be aimed at emerging markets.
Texas Rangers have a search warrant ordering Apple to hand over photos, messages, and other data from the Sutherland Springs mass shooter’s iPhone, and this is one instance where the company will have to comply.
Continued use and testing has revealed a few oddities in macOS High Sierra.
Apple shipped 3.9 million Apple Watch units during the 3rd quarter, including some 800,000 Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular, according to estimates from Canalys.
Security researchers found a way to trick Face ID in the iPhone X, but it’s premature to declare Apple’s 3D facial scanning technology a failure or unsecure.
Face ID is the bleeding edge on iPhone X. It’ll come to iPads eventually, but there are several issues to resolve before that happens.
John installed macOS High Sierra (10.13.1) on his Mac Pro and has a few high adventures to write about.
$AAPL topped US$173 per share during the after-hours session, and here are some of Wall Street’s initial reactions to Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and Mac sales.
A staggered rollout of two very different iPhone models, the 8/8 Plus and the X, seemed initially risky. Apple admits that it will learn something new this round.
People are flipping out over claims Facebook uses our iPhone mics to spy on us for ads, and they’re wrong.
Jeff Butts gets down and dirty, digging into file size comparisons between the two video standards.
Microsoft is a smarter, more technical, more customer oriented company company under CEO Satya Nadella, and that poses new challenges for Apple.