Verizon users who are still holding on to that unlimited data plan they were grandfathered into may feel it slipping away just bit more…
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 21, the latest update to their experimental web browser.
Sal Soghoian — who spent almost 20 years at Apple leading the company’s AppleScript, Automator, and automation efforts — has resurfaced as the author of a new guest blog series covering automation.
Iconic teardown masters iFixit are celebrating the iPhone’s tenth birthday by taking a look back at ten years of tearing down Apple’s popular handset.
Apple has partnered with security firm Tresorit to offer developers creating apps with Apple’s CareKit platform access to better privacy options, including end-to-end encryption.
Blogger Sonny Dickson has shared another video of early prototypes of the original iPhone. This one compare two early prototypes of the iPhone side-by-side.
AT&T has decided to dig a little deeper into the pockets of its customers who are still on grandfathered unlimited data plans.
It’s possible to hack your tiny NES Classic console to allow adding your own favorite games. Here’s how.
Major Apple assembly partner Foxconn Technology Group has reported its first ever sales drop since the company went public in 1991.
We finally know what’s been missing from the iMessage App Store, chicken GIFs!
Fitbit has grabbed up yet another smartwatch competitor, this time acquiring European luxury wearables maker Vector Watch.
Well-known blogger Robert Scoble claims Apple is working with German firm Carl Zeiss AG on a pair of augmented reality glasses.
It’s been less than a year since Verizon introduced a fee for customers who upgrade their smartphones, but that hasn’t deterred them from increasing that $20 fee by ten bucks.
For the third straight year, environmental organization Greenpeace has named Apple as the most environmentally friendly technology company in the world.
Apple to Use Former GT Advanced Mesa, AZ Sapphire Plant to Manufacture Cabinets for its Data Centers
Apple is seeking approval to use the former GT Advanced sapphire plant located in Mesa, Arizona to produce “finished server assembly cabinets” for use in its U.S. data centers.
Apple today seeded the second betas of watchOS 3.1.3 and tvOS 10.1.1 to developers for testing.