Samsung has announced its plans to acquire Apple Pay competitor LoopPay. The two companies discussed a partnership as far back as December.
Apple’s latest beta of iOS 8.3 offers up a quiet update in the form of giving Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant, a more natural sounding voice.
Morgan Stanley leads the list of 20 new financial institutions offering Apple Pay support to their credit card and debit card customers.
Apple, a company known to stand up for such social issues as marriage equality, has terminated its relationship with a lobbyist known to have promoted anti-gay legislation in the Alabama state congress.
It seems Apple Pay’s in-app purchasing capabilities are sometimes forgotten in the hullaballoo over the service’s in-store capabilities. But big-box office supplies retailer Staples has found in-app use of Apple Pay has really taken off. But in their stores… Not so much.
Television network NBC has updated its iOS and Android viewing apps. The update brings live streaming of the network to areas of the country served by a network owned affiliate, as well as a small catalog of “classic” series episodes.
UK banks RBS and NatWest will be the first banks in the U.K. to offer Touch ID support in their iPhone banking apps, allowing logins with just a fingerprint.
If you’re a Sims fan, and a Mac users, you’ve likely been looking forward to today, as the formerly PC-only The Sims 4 is now available for the Mac! The latest installment in the long-running franchise is available via Origin, EA’s online gaming service.
Mattel’s popular Barbie doll will be getting a 21st century makeover, with the addition of Wi-Fi connectivity that will turn her into a Siri-like Internet connected playmate.
Google has pulled popular email client Sparrow from both the iOS and Mac App Stores. While both the iOS and Mac versions disappeared from the App Store, the Mac version is still available via the Sparrow website.
Apple has hosted several third-party app developers at its Cupertino, CA offices in order to assist them in getting their apps ready for the upcoming launch of the Apple Watch.
Our readers will feel right at home while viewing an upcoming episode of ABC’s “Modern Family,” as the episode was shot using only Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 devices, and it plays out on a Mac’s desktop.
Microsoft has updated its Office for iOS suite of apps, adding support for Apple’s iCloud to the Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps.
The Apple Watch was expected to include 10 sensors that would track health and fitness data, but The Wall Street Journal reports some of features were dropped due to reliability issues.
Google’s Project Zero security team has announced some changes to its bug disclosure policy, extending a 14-day grace period, and excluding weekends and public holidays from the count, to provide more time for tech companies to address security vulnerabilities found by the Google team.
Users around the web have been reporting the return of the popular media player VLC for iOS to the App Store.