A report from Tuesday claims Nintendo is looking at the possibility of getting into the controller business for iOS devices and other types of mobile phones and tablets.
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Nintendo, The Pokémon Company and Niantic’s augmented reality game, Pokémon GO, is now available in a number of App Stores around the world.
A new bit of Mac malware has been discovered in the wild. Bitdefender Labs has found a new piece of work, which it has named “Backdoor.MAC.Elanor.”
A Tuesday report from CNET says Verizon will soon raise the prices of all of its standard plans, but in return will offer higher data caps, and offer other perks to better compete with other carriers.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the second betas of both watchOS 3 and tvOS 10 to developers for testing.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the second beta of macOS Sierra to developers for testing.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the second beta of iOS 10 to developers for testing. The new seed comes three weeks following the initial beta release of Apple’s upcoming mobile operating system.
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Walmart has made its Walmart Pay mobile payment solution available in its stores in 19 additional U.S. states.
28-year old Chicago native Edward Majerczyk has signed a plea agreement, entering a guilty plea for his part in the “Celebgate” iCloud scandal.
Apple has announced iPhone users will be able to register to be an organ donor directly from the Health app with the release of iOS 10.
Apple suppliers Foxconn, Megatron, Samsung, and others are reported to be facing increasing pressure from the Cupertino firm to cut costs. A Digitimes report claims Apple is even bringing other suppliers into the mix in order to drive down pricing.
Apple is being sued by a subsidiary of China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) for “huge economic losses” allegedly caused by online streaming of a war propoganda film that first aired in 1994.
Google is celebrating the 4th of July by offering new U.S. subscribers to its Play Music streaming service four free months before the usual $9.99 per month tariff kicks in.
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