Pebble on Tuesday updated its official Pebble app and Pebble firmware to bring new health-related features to its line of smartwatches.
Amazon on Tuesday announced Amazon Video Direct, their new self-publishing video platform that allows content producers to upload their video content to Amazon Prime Video, and receive income tied to the number of plays.
Apple has been hit with a lawsuit by Bellevue, Washington-based firm VoIP-Pal,(VPLM), who is seeking $2.8 billion in damages for alleged infringement of its internet communication technologies patents.
Apple subsidiary FileMaker has launched FileMaker 15, the new version of the company’s database platform.
Siri co-founders Dag Kittlaus and Adam Cheyer on Monday offered the first public demonstration of “Viv,” their new virtual voice assistant that promises to offer a new level of interaction with electronic devices.
Apple has begun to notify the lucky recipients of one of the 350 scholarships to its Worldwide Developers Conference 2016 in June.
Two of Canada’s major banks have signed on to offer Apple Pay mobile payments to their customers. The rest of Canada’s “Big Five” banks are expected to join in the near future.
Apple has posted a new television spot promoting hands-free Siri on the iPhone 6s. The humorous new spot, entitled “Thank You Speech,” stars Neil Patrick Harris.
Being an iTunes and Apple Music exclusive can have its benefits, as “Views,” Drake’s latest album, has topped 1 million in sales within its first five days of release.
Apple has begun accepting donations to support the relief efforts of the Canadian Red Cross, to aid those affected by the wildfires in the Fort McMurray, Alberta area.
T-Mobile announced on Monday it had signed an interconnect and roaming agreement with Cuban telecommunications company Empresa De Telecomunicaciones De Cuba, S.A.
Microsoft has released version 7.1 of its OneDrive for iOS app, adding “Peek” and “Pop” features for the 3D Touch-enabled iPhone 6s/6s Plus devices.
Opera added a free VPN service to its web browser last month, and today it debuted the service for iOS users, via an app for their mobile devices.
Apple met with a group of leading podcasters last month to allow them to air their grievances over podcast monetization, data, and other issues they feel need to be addressed.
It’s been a great party, but damn, you could really go for a burrito. Sure, it’s 1 in the morning, but there’s gotta be a place open around here somewhere, right? Make sure you’ve got Burrito AF loaded on your iPhone, and you’ll never go hungry.
Number One Application Co., Ltd. has released MovieShop 1.5, an update to their popular video editing app for iOS devices. MovieShop allows users to trim and combine video footage, add sound from their device’s music library, and upload the finished video to most popular social media networks.