Amazon Prime has revealed its 2018 bestsellers, with its own Fire Stick and Echo Dot the most purchased items.
Although the journal entry is highly technical in nature, it’s a fascinating glimpse into the technology underpinning the HomePod.
Researchers from privacy service Disconnect discovered a “feature” of App Store and iTunes downloads.
Apple has deleted a further 700 apps in its App Store in China over recent days, following the deleting of thousands of apps in the country back in August.
Users will be able to ask Alexa to access their Apple Music starting December 17th via a new skill.
The Marriott hotel group has suffered one of the biggest corporate data breaches in history, data from half-a-billion customers stolen.
Electronic Art’s customer service account on Twitter is offering people the chance to play Battlefield 5 free for a week.
Bloomberg‘s Ben Elgin has been asking companies for further comments.
The government is banking on the fact that many users don’t verify their public keys with each other.
Target has long been a holdout from the payment service, but it sounds like it’s considering it.
Although watching porn has always been banned in the stores, until now Starbucks hasn’t done anything technological about it.
Dell has revealed that it suffered a cybersecurity attack but says it does not believe any customer data was extracted.
Media centre app Plex has partnered with music streaming service TIDAL as part of its aim to become an all-in-one solution for users.
YouPorn VP Charlie Hughes will ban Starbucks products from its offices starting January 2019.
Apple Store training documents have revealed that watchOS 5.1.2 will bring previously announced ECG functionality to the Apple Watch.
Focos is a Portrait Mode editor that lets you control bokeh in your photos. The latest update added support for the Apple Pencil and iPad Pro.
The models are the sixth-generation 9.7-inch iPads released in March 2018.
The company has already sent out a fix, but let’s find out what happened.
Laurene Powell Jobs has purchased California based media brands Sunday Magazine and Pop-Up Magazine events
Apple has officially stopped signing iOS 12.0.1, meaning users can no longer downgrade from iOS 12.1 to the older version of the operating system.