The New York Times has ended its participation in Apple News, focussing on driving subscribers and traffic to its own app and website.
The deadline for developers to add Sign In with Apple into their apps is coming up tomorrow, June 30. Andrew has several guides available for readers.
In our Mac Geek Gab forums, Brian Monroe has a warning for people wanting to try the macOS Big Sur beta.
The winners of this year’s Apple Design Awards have been announced with developers of both apps and games receiving the accolade.
Exxon Mobil is offering a deal for Apple customers. When you use Exxon and Mobil stations you can get 3% cash back with Apple Pay.
As part of its ongoing antitrust investigation, the Department of Justice is examining Apple’s rules for the App Store, like the 30% tax.
A WWDC20 presentation shows how Apple is adding support for encrypted DNS to iOS 14 and macOS 11. It will support HTTPS and TLS.
In the thrilling conclusion to last week’s mind-mapping column, this week Dr. Mac talks about four macOS mind-mapping apps.
The Macworld All-Star Band, best known for appearances at the now-defunct Macworld Conference & Expo, reunited for a virtual performance of “Feelin’ Alright,” that was released earlier today.
Apple is partnering with Dori Media productions in Israel on a neo-noir psychological thriller called “Losing Alice.”
Google has announced a licensing program for “high-quality” news content from publications from all round the world.
Brydge announced its new line of Vertical MacBook Docks for all current models. Some of them can be purchased now, others will come later.
The Mac Observer has learned that Scrrible for iPad will not just be for Apple Pencil users – the Logitech Crayon will support it too.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) and various state attorneys general are reportedly looking into launching an antitrust probe against Apple.
Apple has given a straight-to-series order for a comedy series called “The Afterparty” from Academy Award winners Chris Miller and Phil Lord.
Fleetsmith announced its acquisition by Apple today. The company specializes in mobile device management (MDM).
A new commercial Hackintosh has come and gone in not much longer than it would have taken the Bitcoin to buy it to clear. The OpenCore Computer Velociraptor appears to have gone extinct before it was ever really born.
A feature coming to Safari 14 later this year involves logging into websites with Face ID and Touch ID through the Web Authentication API.
Apple may ship at least some iPhone 12 models my ship with a 20-watt charger according to new reports from the leaker Mr. White.