Sony on Friday offered details on its plans for releasing more than 5 games for the iOS and Android platforms, all by March 2018.
Over the past few months, Apple has begun removing the security tethers from iPhone displays in some of its stores.
Apple has updated the Apple Watch Nike+ area of their website to announce the new wearable will be available on October 28.
Apple will add all iPhone 4 models, the late-2010 13-inch MacBook Pro, the third-generation Airport Extreme, and mid-2009 AirPort Time Capsule to its vintage and obsolete products list on October 31.
It’s time for a new App Store Free App of the Week! This week you get the $4 ninja platformer Shadow Bug sans dollars. (That means free.)
Evernote has sent an email out to users this afternoon, warning of a serious bug that has caused a “small number of people” who use the Evernote app for Mac to lose some of their data.
Just ahead of Apple’s expected MacBook Pro refresh, high-end bag and case maker WaterField Designs has announced their new Maxwell MacBook Pro Sleeve.
Apple chip supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) announced on Thursday that it is raising its 2016 revenue forecast to between 11 and 12 percent.
Several male employees at the Carindale Apple Store in Brisbane, Australia have been fired for stealing photos from customer’s devices, as well as taking photos of customers and female staff without their knowledge.
Apple’s retail store on Regent Street in London is set to reopen on Saturday, October 15, at 10:00AM local time, and friend of the site, Stuart Scott, has sent us a set of great pics to give us a peek inside.
Walt Mossberg, writing for The Verge, on Wednesday posted a less than favorable piece about Siri, Apple’s virtual personal assistant for iOS, Mac, and Apple Watch devices.
Apple Pay has launched in New Zealand, via a partnership with ANZ Bank. The debut marks the 11th country where Apple’s contactless payments solution is available.
Apple on Wednesday released another update for their Safari Technology Preview (#15) experimental Safari browser.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the third beta of watchOS 3.1 to developers for testing.
Japanese iPhone users are cutting out the Evian logo from their water bottles and are using them to customize their iPhone cases.
Bloomberg reports the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall fiasco has led the South Korean firm to cut its third quarter 2016 operating profit expectations by $2.3 billion.