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Leaked documents and insider reports indicate that Apple is gearing up for a major retail expansion into Latin America starting with two stores in Mexico City, one of which is planned to be a flagship store featuring the company's next-gen retail design.
Apple was sued Monday by biometrics firm Valencell, which claims that Apple feigned interest in a licensing deal in order to steal the wrist-based biometric sensor techology behind the Apple Watch's health functions.
New supply chain rumors out of China suggest that Apple could ditch the 3.5mm headphone port for the upcoming iPhone 7, asking users to rely instead on Lightning-compatible headphones, wireless Bluetooth options, and the likely release of a Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter cable. Are you ready to say goodbye to analog audio output on the iPhone?
Apple is set to announce its earnings for the first fiscal quarter of 2016 on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. EST (2:00 p.m. PST). All eyes will be on the company's holiday iPhone sales, and the market will get its first official glimpse at what impact the iPad Pro has thus far had on Apple's tablet business.
Apple's MagSafe power connector can save your Mac from an inadvertent yank on the power cord, but the USB Type-C port on the 12-inch Retina MacBook offers no such protection. Enter the Griffin BreakSafe, a magnetic charging cable that brings the benefit of MagSafe to USB Type-C.
After months of limited USB Type-C product releases, Acer and Lenovo have each annouced multiple Type-C monitors that promise to provide display, data, and power to a compatible device like the Retina MacBook, all via a single cable.
Hungry? Domino's just updated its iOS and Apple Watch apps to support "Easy Order," a feature that lets users place a delivery order from the nearest Domino's location with just a single tap on their wrist.
Ford kicked off CES by annoucing broad support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on all 2017 model year vehicles equipped with the company's SYNC 3 platform. Starting with the 2017 Escape, Ford's CarPlay-compatible vehicles will all hit dealers this year.
Apple kicked off 2016 by raising prices on iPhones and iPads in Germany to comply with a new agreement between the tech industry and content creators that requires a levy on smartphones and tablets to compensate German artists and copyright owners for the unauthorized copying that these devices enable consumers to perform.
Move over, Siri. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has an ambitious personal challenge for 2016 to build his own AI assistant. Is this the billionaire's first step to becoming a real-life Tony Stark, an implicit condemnation of existing services like Google Now, Cortana, and Alexa, or merely a fun personal project?