Samsung has permanently halted production of their fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, in the face of safety issues concerning the batteries that power the handsets.
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Apple on Monday added a banner to its U.S. website, the iTunes Store, and the App Store, asking customers to donate to disaster relief for those affected by Hurricane Matthew.
Apple on Monday seeded the third betas of iOS 10.1, and tvOS 10.0.1 to developers for testing.
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Apple Maps has added transit data for Melbourne, Victoria in Australia. The new data will aid transit riders in navigating the city, via public tram, train, and bus routes.
New U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has reportedly banned the wearing of the Apple Watch during cabinet meetings, due to fears that Russian spies could use them as listening devices.
Samsung has temporarily suspended production of the Galaxy Note 7, in the face of new reports of even replacement units catching fire. U.S. wireless carriers have announced they will no longer offer replacement units.
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Security researcher and former NSA staffer Patrick Wardle has demonstrated a way for Mac malware to tap into the live feeds of a Mac’s built-in webcam and microphone.
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Another FBI vs. Apple Legal Battle Looms as FBI Examines Options for Accessing Another Terrorist-Owned iPhone
The FBI confirmed on Thursday that they are looking into their options for accessing the information stored on an iPhone used by terrorist Dahir Adan, who in mid-September stabbed 10 people in a Minnesota mall.
Prisma, the popular free AI-powered photo app for the iPhone, has added video support to its already impressive list of powers.
Apple Music and Spotify have both debuted subscriber access to unofficial, user-uploaded remixes. Both services accomplished this via deals with the same music rights management firm, Dubset.