Apple and other tech companies have been summoned to Capitol Hill to testify on antitrust in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
A Japanese HomePod will launch this summer for ¥32,800 (US$302.48). We don’t have a launch date but the order page is live.
Apple is starting a Chinese app development program in Shanghai to help developers create apps and expand its services business.
Sir Jony Ive is leaving Apple to start his own design firm. Charlotte looks at his achievement at Apple and the speculation around his exit.
Apple has launched a series of Tody at Apple sessions in London aimed at helping young people avoid being caught up in gangs.
Health insurance company Anthem has poached employees from Apple’s health division, as well as a couple of machine learning experts.
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) announced a partnership with Amazon which will see Alexa supply NHS-verified health information.
Friends is leaving Netflix at the end of 2020 and will instead be available via WarnerMedia’s newly-name streaming service HBO Max.
The Apple Music student trial has been doubled to six months, giving students even more value as they decide whether to join or not.
An exposed MongoDB database was found on June 18, 2019, containing 188 million records with personal information, just laying out in the open.
Apple has pulled from sale the 12-inch MacBook, with the device is no longer shown on its website, whilst the MacBook Air and Pro are updated.
Dr. Mario World is available for iOS – a day earlier than the much-anticipated game from Nintendo had been expected to land.
The 2019 Back to School sales are starting with Apple. The MacBook Air price has been lowered to US$1,099 and updated with True Tone.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has raised a number of privacy concerns, saying that “most people” should find a way to get off Facebook.
Apple staff believe the company can maintain its position as a tech product leader, despite the exit of Sir Jony Ive according to a survey.
A study of data from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the U.S. Census Bureau shows internet access across America. Kentucky is the worst state with 40,000 households without internet access. America’s Internet Divide The data is from 2017, which is the most recent information. Income and education both played a role in…
In celebration of the 10 year anniversary of the App Store, the Apple Texas Hold’em game is back. Apple Texas Hold’em Apple released its game in 2006 for the iPod and eventually the App Store. Now it’s back: Apple’s Texas Hold’em is back! To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the App Store, we’ve brought…
Huawei CEO and founder Ren Zhengfei says he takes inspiration from Apple, saying his company won’t share user information with others (via CNBC). Huawei’s Privacy Mr. Zhengfei says that users control their data, not his company: Data is owned by our customers, not us. Carriers have to track every user, otherwise no phone calls could be…
Apple is testing biometric login for iCloud.com. If you’re a beta tester for iOS 13, iPadOS, or macOS Catalina, you can go to beta.icloud.com and login with Face ID/Touch ID. Web Login So far, iPhone and iPad users haven’t been able to access iCloud web apps. If you navigated to the website you couldn’t use…
BBC Sounds has been updated with CarPlay compatibility, giving users access to podcasts, music mixes, and radio whilst driving.