Apple continues to slowly add new financial institutions to its Apple Pay rolls in the United States, as it has added 18 new banks and credit unions to the roster today.
Part II of our Back-to-School Tech Tools list. These tech tools, gadgets and backpack should get you through a full day of learning, updating, participating and letting off some steam afterwards.
Heading back to school, starting as a freshman or a graduate student? These tech tools, gadgets and backpack should get you through a full day of learning, updating, participating and letting off some steam afterwards. (And this is just part I!)
Amazon announced on Tuesday that it has updated its Amazon Instant Video app for iOS and Android device to allow offline viewing of television shows and movies.
The UK Card Association on Tuesday announced that the limit for Apple Pay and other forms of contactless payments has been raised to £30 per transaction in the United Kingdom.
Apple debuted two new Apple Music ads during Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards. The ads, in the form of a two-part story, feature The Weeknd, with a cameo by John Travolta.
Apple on Thursday announced a new partnership with credit card reader company PayAnywhere to offer Apple Pay to the 300,000 U.S. users who use the PayAnywhere system to accept payments.
Facebook updated its Instagram apps for iOS and Android on Thursday, and it now allows posting of videos and photos in both landscape and portrait modes.
Lara Croft Go hits iOS devices today, with a new way to look at the world of Tomb Raider’s popular heroine, as players need to help Lara work her way through a turn-based puzzler of a world, ala Hitman GO. Players will need to solve simple puzzles to help Lara advance through the game.
Code discovered in the latest beta of iOS 9 by developer Hamza Sood indicates Apple’s upcoming “iPhone 6s” and “iPhone 6s Plus” will feature Force Touch capabilities.
Facebook today debuted a Messenger-based virtual assistant, with the moniker of “M.” The assistant debuted in a limited rollout to Facebook users in the Bay Area.
Germany’s top civil court on Tuesday invalidated Apple’s swipe to unlock input patent, ruling that it is not sophisticated enough to be awarded patent protection.
So you have a Bluetooth accessory you want to use with your iOS device. Here’s how to make them talk to each other…
A report from Monday claims Apple may soon put an end to its $99 “One to One” tutoring program for users of Apple computers and devices.
Apple has stopped signing iOS 8.4 for iOS devices. Users can no longer upgrade or downgrade to that version using iTunes.
If you’re not happy with the somewhat shallow sound coming out of your current go-to Bluetooth speaker, maybe you should look into upgrading to Soundfreaq’s Sound Step Lightning 2 Bluetooth Speaker!