Dr. Mac says most (or at least many) people compose longer written prose in a word processor… and that may be a mistake. He believe that you’ll do better work and finish it faster if you use a text editor instead of a word processor or page layout program for all but final drafts.
An app called what3words saved a group of friends after they got lost. Police told them to download the app and they were quickly found.
YouTube said copyright owners will not be able to monetize videos using short or unintentional bits of music via its Manual Claiming tool.
Apple’s court case against versus the EU over its Irish tax affairs will take place on September 17 and 18 in Luxembourg.
Corellium is a mobile device virtualization company that offers iOS and Apple’s apps in the cloud. Apple is suing the company for damages.
Two Apple users have filed a class action iCloud lawsuit against the company for misleading terms of service.
Apple’s U.S. job footprint is 2.4 million, including 90,000 employees, 450,000 jobs with suppliers, and 1.9 million jobs in the app economy.
Apple has seeded developer beta 7 for each of its operating systems except macOS Catalina. Release notes are available with further details.
Paige Thompson, the Capital One hacker, possibly hacked 30 other companies, new court documents revealed. Victims aren’t yet known.
Google researchers said that over a quarter of users reset credentials that the Password Checkup Chrome extension found to be unsafe.
Huawei announced that it had delayed the release of its MateX folding phone once again and that it will not come out in September as planned.
Inspired by Mozilla’s anti-tracking policy, Apple’s WebKit team came up with their own: The WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy.
Goldman Sachs uses your credit score, credit report, and your self-reported income when it evaluates your Apple Card application.
Israeli firm Corephotonics filed a lawsuit against Apple in which it claimed Apple had stolen its dual-camera technology.
The Big Tech gang is complete. Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and now Microsoft were caught listening to user audio queries.
August 25 is the Grand Canyon National Park’s 100 year anniversary. It’s also the date for an August Apple Watch Activity Challenge.
After news that a new iOS feature warned users if an iPhone battery can’t be verified as genuine, the company released a statement.
23 job search firms wrote to the EU alleging that Google pursued anti-competitive practices with its own job search product.
Spotify and Apple are reportedly in talks to allow Siri to play content from the music streaming service, despite an ongoing antitrust battle.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Association has banned certain MacBook Pros from flights because some models have a fire risk due to the battery.