The “Apple Watch 2” is widely expected to launch sometime in the second half of 2016, and that means the reports of Samsung and other component suppliers securing component orders for the device are beginning to trickle in.
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CBS has become the latest video provider to make use of the Apple TV Universal Search API, allowing its popular lineup of shows to be included when a user performs a text or dictation search for content via their Siri Remote.
If you’re an iPhone users, or if you’ve ever been around an iPhone user, you’ve likely heard the default iPhone ringtone, “Opening.” But, we’ll bet you’ve never heard it played the way YouTube user ToxicxEternity plays it.
iPhone-using bus and subway riders in new York City will be glad to hear that The Metropolitan Transit Authority of New York issued a public bid on Wednesday, asking for proposals for a new contactless ticket system to replace their MetroCard ticketing system.
Apple on Wednesday released the first update for its experimental Safari Technology Preview browser.
Piper Jaffray has released the results of their latest teen survey, and it shows Apple’s lineup of mobile devices continue to resonate with today’s youth. The spring 2016 survey shows the Apple Watch is way ahead in the smartwatch category, while the iPhone and iPad continue to remain popular.
Have you thought about buying a smartwatch, but the Apple Watch is a little much for your tastes? Check out the Pebble Time Smartwatch!
A Washington Post report indicates the FBI was aided by a group of professional security researchers in unlocking a San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone 5c, not Israeli security firm Cellebrite, as was previously reported.
Remember the bug that would brick an iOS device when the date on the device was set to January 1, 1970? While iOS 9.3 fixed that bug, researchers have found an offshoot of that bug that can remotely brick a device as soon as it connects to a Wi-Fi hotspot.
The Kuke Memory & Battery Case for iPhone 6 Plus/6S Plus is a low-profile case with some nice technological features.
HTC on Tuesday unveiled its latest flagship handset, the HTC 10, which offers something quite unusual for an Android device, built-in AirPlay wireless streaming support.
Companies that would like to offer potential customers, and their own road warriors, the opportunity to view their web-based content no matter where they are, might want to take a look at Offline Kiosk for the iPad.
Adobe has released Adobe Post 2.5, an update to their popular social graphics app for the iPhone. The update offers new Live Photos support, a Design Suggestion Wheel, and more.
Is your mind a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought, cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives? Then you need Scapple, the next-level mind-mapping tool for Mac OS X.
Bloop S.R.L.’s popular Mac and iPhone email client Airmail has flown onto the iPad, offering support for iPad multitasking, including split view, keyboard support, custom shortcuts, Touch ID, and much more.
A Game Center bug that has afflicted iOS gamers since iOS 8 appears to have been fixed in the latest public beta of iOS 9.3.2. The bug involves Game Center launching as a blank white screen, crashing games to a white screen, and freezing the Settings app when Selecting Game Center’s options.