Apple’s latest iPhone 7 ad, “Romeo and Juliet,” has been posted to its YouTube channel, and highlights the video recording features of the handset.
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Apple Seeds Beta 5 of tvOS 10.1 Beta to Registered Developers (UPDATED: New Single Sign-On Providers)
Apple today seeded the fifth beta of the upcoming tvOS 10.1 update to developers for testing purposes.
Instagram has announced that it is rolling out a new set of tools to allow its users to feel safer when expressing themselves on Instagram and to improve the commenting experience.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of Samsung in its long running smartphone design patent lawsuit battle with Apple.
MacTrast Deals: True Key by Intel Security: Sign in Without Passwords – Use Your Face or Fingerprint Instead
True Key by Intel Security allows users to access all of their online accounts without the hassle of remembering the password for each login.
Apple has announced the random shutdown issues plaguing some iPhone 6s units could be more widespread than first believed.
Setapp, the fledgling Mac app subscription service from MacPaw, is today entering a new beta testing phase, in order to get their ducks in a row for an upcoming public debut.
Sales of the Apple Watch set a record in the first week of holiday shopping, says Apple CEO Tim Cook.
CBS chairman and CEO Les Moonves hinted his network’s programming slate could soon be added to the DirecTV now streaming service.
Apple on Monday released the fifth beta of watchOS 3.1.1 to registered developers. The release comes one week following the release of the fourth beta seed.
Apple on Friday seeded the sixth beta of the upcoming iOS 10.2 operating system update to developers and public beta testers.
Apple on Monday seeded the fifth macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta to developers and public beta testers.
Imagine walking into your local convenience store, grabbing a few things, and just walking out without standing in a line to pay. Don’t worry, its not shoplifting. Welcome to Amazon Go.
Apple is preparing for the debut of Single Sign-on alongside the release of tvOS 10.1 and iOS 10.2 later this month by adding a new App Store area that lists apps that support the new feature.
The Black Friday Mac Bundle 2.0 offers Mac users a great discount on 9 fantastic apps they’ll use everyday! Be sure to grab it quickly though, as each day the price of the bundle goes up one dollar!
Google Chrome 55 offers a number of security fixes, as well as now defaulting to HTML5 video on a majority of websites.