Apple is welcoming 2019 with some iTunes movie deals, including the Superman 80th Anniversary Collection.
With 2018 behind us and CES is only a couple days away, The Mac Observer is taking off Monday and Tuesday off to catch our breath and get ready for 2019. We’ll be back with our regular daily new coverage, analysis, and podcasts on Wednesday, January 2nd. We’ll also be on location at CES 2019 to bring you the latest on this year’s tech. Rest up, and get ready for another exciting year!
Ms. Gura-Sini performed the voice for Nuance Communications, which Apple acquired in 2016. She said she only authorized the use of her voice for “legitimate” purposes.
Fintiv was founded this year, and its a patent troll suing Apple over mobile payments. Apple allegedly infringes upon three patents.
Interest from tech companies, including Apple, has led Sony to increase the production of next-generation 3D sensors.
Hackers stole the personal details of nearly 1000 people who defected from North Korea to South Korea, officials in Seoul have revealed.
Currently, advertisers rely on download metrics to figure out how valuable it is for ads. But podcasters can’t tell if people skip over the ads.
To apply for the Remote Worker Grant Program you’ll have to move to Vermont first. The program offers reimbursements and not money in advance.
Fake metrics, fake people, fake businesses, fake content, fake politics.
Amazon had a record-breaking holiday season in 2018, with over one billion items bought and millions of Prime memberships sold.
Apple stock will outperform its major competitors in 2019, even in the face of an economic slowdown, according to a top analyst.
Foxconn could start assembling top-end iPhones in India as early as 2019 – it would be a significant increase in Apple’s business there.
Qualcomm says that Apple isn’t taking the Chinese ruling as serious as the German injunction, even though the German injunction is hardware-related and the Chinese one is software-related.
Hundreds of companies are participating in this because of the arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Canada.
Millions of teenagers are using a new social app called TikTok. It focuses on creating short videos to upload, but it might leave kids open to predators.
After it was revealed that older iPhone batteries were throttled, Apple created a battery replacement program for customers.
It doesn’t matter if you’re into Christmas, Hanukkah, Festivus, Solstice, or any end-of-the-year holiday. The Mac Observer hopes this weekend is a wonderful time for you, and that you get to take a day or two off to relax. We’re taking Tuesday off, but we’ll be back on Wednesday, December 26th, with our iPhone, iPad, and Mac coverage, along with a fresh TMO Daily Observations episode, too.
iOS 2.1.2 is causing major problems for users around the world, with many reporting to have been cut off from thier cellular network.
Apple extended a promotional trade-in program to countries around the world, so more people can get more money off a new iPhone XS or XR.
SpaceX took the U.S. Air Force’s new GPS III satellite into orbit, completing its first launch for the U.S. military.