After several reports and Trump’s tease earlier this week,
Version 60 of Google Chrome is rolling out now to macOS with the long awaited Touch Bar support.
A security researcher has discovered a piece of Mac malware that allows an attacker to activate the webcam to take photos, take screenshots and capture keystrokes.
Apple has been forced to swap old MacBook Pros in need of repair with new models due to severe component shortages.
Apple’s decision to design its own GPUs for iOS devices rather than license designs from Imagination Tech may have unexpected consequences.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has announced on his personal Twitter account
Tim Cook and Apple have had a very public relationship with President Trump during his term thus far.
If you’re in the market for an iPhone now and can’t wait for new models later this year,
Unlimited data plans have to be one of the most blatant examples of false advertising.
Apple today has received support from a handful of tech companies in its ongoing legal dispute with Qualcomm.
Less than two months after the announcement of ARKit with iOS 11 and we’ve seen a plethora of great uses of the tech from developers.
Bluetooth is adding support for a new mesh networking specification that will improve Bluetooth LE devices across various categories,
As it continues to expand its own ecosystem, Amazon may have a new messaging app on the horizon.
While we are seemingly light-years past regularly using disposable cameras,
Sprint has today announced two new programs to buy and upgrade to the latest smartphones through the carrier.
Facebook is testing a GIF creator in the camera section of the iOS app.
Matthew Roberts’ latest drone footage of the Apple Park campus reveals the visitor center taking shape,
Apple today announced that it is adding PayPal as a new payment method to the App Store, iTunes Store, iBookstore and Apple Music services.
Intel’s newest platform designed for the data center is it's highest performance, most versatile ever.
As Apple starts analyzing web browsing & health data, how comfortable are you with differential privacy?
An Apple software engineer recently revealed that Apple is now rolling out its use of differential privacy to cover both web browsing and health data,