President Obama has come out today in support of reclassifying the Internet as a utility. That would allow the Federal Communications Commission to enforce more robust regulations on the service, and protect net neutrality.
Apple is reportedly set to open its first office in Cambridge, England. A report from Business Weekly says the company’s offices will overlook the Cambridge University botanical gardens.
The Pangu jailbreak for iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 has been updated, allowing Mac users to jailbreak their devices. Previously, the updated app was only available for Windows users.
Users needing help with their Apple products now have the option to schedule Genius Bar appointments at their local Apple store via the company’s updated Support website.
It’s been almost two decades since Steve Jobs shutdown production on the Newton MessagePad lineup of portable devices. However, that’s no reason not to compare the device’s handwriting to today’s touchscreen keyboard text entry found on the iPhone. Right?
The unsealing of court documents related to the doomed partnership between Apple and sapphire making partner GT Advanced Technologies has unearthed some interesting information to say the least.
While GT Advanced Technologies and Apple had argued to keep documents pertaining to their sapphire glass agreement sealed during GT’s bankruptcy proceedings, a judge ruled the documents didn’t contain trade secrets and would remain largely unsealed. Those documents now give us a peek into some of Apple’s business practices.
If you’re a paid subscriber to the Spotify streaming music service, ($9.99 per month), you’ll be glad to know a new feature has been added that allows you to use your iPhone or iPad as a remote control for playback on your Mac.
Cydia Creator Jay Freeman (saurik) has tweeted that the jailbreak for iOS 8.0 to 8.1 is now “stable enough” for use.
If you’ve been wanting to get your hands on the Swype keyboard for iOS, but you’ve been turned off by the $0.99 price tag, now the time to grab it. Apple has named the third-party keyboard its iOS App of the Week. (Which means it’s free!)
IDC has finalized their numbers PC shipment numbers, and confirms the Mac hit its highest share of the US market ever, with 13%. Apple took third place, behind HP at 28% and Dell with 24%.
Apple has added the ability to upload images to its iCloud.com beta site for developers. The public site allows users to view, download, and delete their iCloud Photo Library images, but doesn’t currently allow uploading of photos to the library.
While the iPad may not command the market share it once did, Apple’s venerable tablet continues to dominate North American web traffic.
CBS News has launched a new ad-supported digital streaming news network. While CBS hasn’t specifically announced Apple TV as a supported platform, a CBS News channel has made an appearance on Apple’s streaming box.
Apple announced on Thursday that it is putting measures into place to block apps containing the “WireLurker” malware. The malware transmits itself from an infected Mac to iOS devices via a USB cable, thereby infecting the iOS device. Apple is preventing the infected applications from launching.
Amazon is preparing to offer a new speaker/information device that you control with your voice. “Amazon Echo” will begin shipping in the coming weeks. The cloud connected speaker will always be listening for voice commands, and will provide information, news, weather, music, and more when you ask for it.