CNBC on Friday reported that Apple is suing chip supplier Qualcomm for around $1 billion in patent royalties.
Angry Birds Space is this week’s App Store Free App of the Week. The normally $2.99 game takes the familiar Angry Birds franchise into outer space.
Apple has released updated UI Design Resources for iOS app design and development.
Members of the Unicode Technical Committee members will meet at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., next week to discuss the addition of redhead emoji.
Samsung will hold a press conference this coming Sunday, in which it will reveal its findings as to the causes of last year’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphone fires and explosions.
Simply Mac, the chain of authorized Apple Reseller and Service Provider stores owned by Gamestop, is closing a number of stores across the United States.
Super Mario Run fans who have mobile devices on the Android platform will only have to hold their breath for a few more months.
Apple and Amazon-owned Audible have ended an exclusive audio books deal that Germany’s Federal Cartel Office said harmed consumers.
Netflix outperformed expectations in the fourth quarter of 2016, adding over a third more subscribers than expected.
Apple’s TV app for iOS devices and Apple TV is finally gaining the ability to directly stream content from Netflix.
Logic Pro X 10.3 offers Touch Bar support for MacBook Pro, a refreshed interface design, new performance controls, iCloud syncing to GarageBand for iOS, and much more.
GarageBand for iOS 2.2, offers a refreshed design, a mobile version of the Alchemy virtual synth, Logic integration, and a handful of other features.
Apple Pay recently added 19 more financial institutions to its support rolls in the United States.
Apple manufacturing partner, Foxconn has plans to build a new facility next to the Cupertino firm’s own planned Shenzhen, China research and development facility.
A new Stanford University seed program will make an effort stimulate and support the discovery of “innovative uses” for the Apple Watch in the healthcare field.
Twitter shut down its Vine app and service on Tuesday and has released its new “Vine Camera” app, which records and posts the familiar six-second looped videos directly to Twitter.