This isn’t really Apple related, but it will make for some cool lunchtime viewing. A group of folk in Uruguay has taken the classic arcade game Pong, and brought it into the real world. Square balls and all, y’all!
Samsung is looking to bring the mobile payments battle directly to Apple’s iPhone next month, as the South Korean electronics maker is reportedly readying a web-based SamsungPay option for the iPhone.
Reuters reports that support for a law requiring technology companies to give law enforcement agencies a “backdoor” to a user’s encrypted communications and electronic devices – such as the iPhone – has waned, and the encryption legislation looks to be dead, at least for now.
Shares of Apple stock have gotten a very nice 9% boost in the wake of Warren Buffet’s reveal of his $1.2 billion stake in the iPhone maker on May 16.
Apple’s Vice President of Apple Pay, Jennifer Bailey says Apple is working toward its goal of making the payments option available in “every significant market” the company is in.
The fourth-generation Apple TV gained some new television network streaming apps on Thursday. Cable subscribing Apple TV users can now stream shows from Bravo, E! and Syfy, all NBCUniversal owned networks.
Popular Mac OS X image editing utility, GraphicConverter 10 has received a major update, offering a number of new features, including face recognition, collage creation, custom brushes, and the ability to work with Apple’s new Live Photos file format.
VirnetX is stepping up its legal battle against Apple, asking a Texas court to order an injunction against FaceTime and iMessage, while also requesting an extra $190 million on top of the $635.6 million it was awarded earlier this year.
PayPal has announced it is dropping support for the PayPal app on the Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Amazon Fire platforms.
Apple representatives spent time fielding questions from Galway, Ireland residents on Tuesday, over the locals concerns over the energy consumption of a planned data center there.
A Thursday report from The Financial Times indicates Apple considered a buyout of Time Warner late last year. Apple executive Eddy Cue first raised the possibility during a meeting with Time Warner’s head of corporate strategy, Olaf Olafsson.
Pixelmator 3.5 for Mac Brings Quick Selection Tool, Magnetic Selection Tool, Retouch Extension for Photos App, More
Pixelmator 3.5 Canyon offers a number of new features, including a smart Quick Selection Tool, a Magnetic Selection Tool that automatically snaps to object edges, a powerful Pixelmator Retouch extension for the Photos app, and more.
Apple has released a new version of the Safari Technology Preview. The experimental browser, which first debuted on March 30 offers users the ability to test features that may eventually be included in the release version of the Safari web browser.
A new report indicates Apple has been in talks with companies with experience in building vehicle charging stations, and is also hiring engineers with expertise in that area.
Apple’s main production partner, Foxconn, has reportedly replaced 60,000 workers with robots at its factory located in Kunshan, China.
Writers of any sort should take a look at Hemingboard for Mac, the app that offers up synonyms, rhymes, and puns in any app, instantly. The OS X 10.11 El Capitan-only app is free, today only.