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Latest Apple & Mac News
The Chevrolet division of General Motors announced on Wednesday that its will offer support for both Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto in 14 of its vehicles for the 2016 model year.
CBS CEO Les Moonves all but confirmed Apple’s plans for a streaming television service at the Code Conference in California today, when he told Re/code’s Kara Swisher that CBS will “probably” sign a deal to be a part of its streaming service.
Apple has updated their WWDC app for iOS devices to include Apple Watch support, the schedule for their Worldwide Developers Conference 2015, improved session audio playback, and more.
Google has announced that its search engine will begin indexing content from iOS app for inclusion in its search results. The new program, beginning in the coming weeks, will allow iPhone users to open mobile app content directly from Google Search.
Apple is still fighting to get rid of the DNS errors seen in recent versions of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and as part of that battle it has ditched the buggy discoveryd service in its recent 10.10.4 beta, replacing it with mDNSResponder, which was last used in OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
Apple has once more reclaimed the most valuable global brand in Millward Brown’s tenth annual BrandZ brand value report. The market research firm says Apple showed a 67% rise in brand value, totaling nearly $247 billion.
A new bug has been discovered in the iOS Messages app that causes an iPhone to crash and reboot when it receives a message with a specific string of symbols and Arabic characters.
Fire crews battled a two-alarm fire late Tuesday morning at Apple’s industrial complex in Mesa, Arizona. The blaze was extinguished in about 35 minutes.
Apple has seeded the fourth beta of OS X 10.10.4 to developers and public beta testers. The new beta comes just over two weeks after the third beta.
It’s summer, and with that comes neighborhood block parties. And there’s no better way to make a block party rock than with the ION Audio Block Party Live!
Austin-based internet startup Knowingly Corp. has announced that it has acquired a portion of the assets of Gigaom, including the gigaom.com website and content library. The company plans to relaunch the site on August 15, 2015.
It should be simple to steam content from your iPhone or iPad to your Mac, but it isn’t. Today’s MacTrast Deal, AirServer for Mac, makes it simple.
Charter Communications Inc. is planning to buy Time Warner Cable, in a deal worth $55 billion. Charter will pay $195.71 per share – 14 percent above Time Warner Cable’s May 22 close.
It looks as if Siri and Google Now will have to clean out closet space for a new roommate later this year, as Microsoft will be making its virtual personal Assistant Cortana available on iOS and Android Devices later this year.
Apple designer and SVP of Design Jony Ive has been promoted to a new position at the company, Chief Design Officer. Ive will oversee a wide array of projects, giving up the day-to-day oversight of industrial design and user interface operations.