Just last year, Apple was in the backseat of an increasingly crowded competition for self-driving cars with Google-owned Waymo, Tesla and Uber vying for an edge.
Microsoft is planning to release a line of lower cost Surface tablets that could compete with the Apple iPad, reports Bloomberg. The tablets could arrive in the second half of this year. The new Surface tablets are said to feature a 10-inch display, rounded edges like an iPad, USB-C connectivity, and a new charging and syncing standard. They're expected to be about 20% lighter than the high-end Surface models and will have around four hours less of battery life
Apple has been granted a patent, first filed in 2015, that could lead to huge enhancements in the iPhone’s biometric powers by using “pulsed radiation” to peer into users’ veins. A relatively recent wave of similar patents could point to a new sub ...
Bloomberg reported Wednesday that Microsoft Corp. is looking to release a lower-cost family of Surface tablets to better compete with Apple Inc.'s iPad Pro. The devices could launch as early as the second half of this year, Bloomberg said, citing people familiar with Microsoft's plans. The tablets will have 10-inch screens, according to Bloomberg, which is smaller than what can be found on the Surface Pro but about the same as what the iPad offers
Apple Inc. and Samsung are back in court this week for their final showdown over Samsung’s decision eight years ago to copy the iPhone’s design. The case went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and landed in Apple’s favor.
Mobile players on Apple iOS devices won't be able to complete the 'watch a replay' challenge for the Season 4, Week 3 Battle Pass. That feels like a bad omission out of step with Epic's messaging on the mobile version.
Jurors will need to decide whether Apple's patents apply to the whole phone or just its components.
Apple recently expanded its Apple Pay digital payments service to more banks and credit unions across the United States, according to a report published today by 9to5mac.
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Though this may sound familiar, Microsoft is reportedly planning a line of lower-cost Surface tablets to challenge Apple’s least expensive iPads later this year. The new tablets are expected to start at around $400, down from the $799 starting point of current Surface Pro models. Citing “people familiar with the matter,” Bloomberg suggests that pressure