The theft of hacking tools and exploits reportedly stolen from the National Security Agency (NSA) has helped vindicate Apple’s position in its privacy dispute with the FBI earlier this year, say a number of privacy advocates.
Samsung is reportedly working on a new program that would see the South Korean firm selling refurbished units of its popular smartphones in the United States as early as next year.
An Apple-1 motherboard that is claimed to be one of the first ever produced is up for auction on CharityBuzz. Bidding for the board, said to be valued at $1 million, is at $505,000 at the time of this article.
Apple retail employees learned via an “all-hands” meeting this weekend that the Cupertino firm is introducing major new changes, creating new positions, while renaming others. The retail devision also has a new credo.
Apple has added banners to its U.S. website, iTunes Store, and App Store to encourage customers to make a donation to the American Red Cross to help support relief efforts for those affected by the widespread flooding in southern Louisiana.
Apple on Monday seeded iOS 10 Beta Seven to developers AND public beta testers for testing.
Apple is teaming up with other tech firms – including AT&T and Google – to work with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to form a so-called “Robocall Strike Force” in order to crack down on automated phone call solicitations.
A team that has been investigating ways to increase battery life for mobile devices and the like says it has made a breakthrough, one that achieves twice the capacity into the same space of current battery cells.
Apple has named Pixel Cup Soccer 16 as the App Store’s latest Free App of the Week. The retro-style soccer game usually goes for $3, and this is the first time it has been available free in the App Store.
The New York Times has announced that it will shutdown its NYT Now curated news app the week of August 29th. The Times debuted the app in early 2014, in an attempt to reach readers via a cheaper alternative to its digital subscription service.
Apple’s Taiwanese component suppliers are reportedly pushing back against Apple’s demands for lower quotes for iPhone 7 components.
An Australian antitrust regulator has turned down a interim request from three of the big four Australian banks who wanted permission to negotiate a deal with Apple for access to its NFC hardware, used in Apple Pay.
Apple has made a slight adjustment in how it refers to its retail locations. The Cupertino company has rebranded the chain by dropping the “Store” moniker when referring to its Apple Store locations.
A new report from Bloomberg confirms a few rumors we’ve previously heard about the upcoming Apple Watch 2, while also dispelling a popular one.
Sprint has joined the revamped data plan hit parade, as Thursday saw the 4th-ranked carrier announce a new “Unlimited Freedom” plan, offering unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data for $60 per month.
T-Mobile has announced their new T-Mobile ONE plan, offering unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data for $70 per month.