JAY-Z dropped his album 4:44 late last month and made it available on Apple Music a week later. On the same day, Jigga dropped the "4:44" music video as a Tidal exclusive, and it is now on YouTube for all to watch. Directed by TNEG, the video is a mix of home movie and a montage of clips. The clip features someone singing Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good,” snippets from the Eartha Kitt documentary All by Myself: The Eartha Kitt Story, video footage of JAY-Z performing with his wife Beyonce and more
A graduate of MIT and Stanford University, Morris Chang established TSMC when he was in his mid-50s
Britain’s largest mobile carrier EE is building on existing partnerships with Apple Inc and J Sainsbury Plc in a bid to hold onto subscribers as competition intensifies in the UK wireless market.
Flexcil allows iPad users to annotate, take notes, and capture images and text of PDF files using touch pens or Apple pencil.
Shanghai: Apple has unveiled plans to build a data centre in China to store its local iCloud customers´ personal details, marking the first such move by a foreign technology firm following the imposition of strict new cyber-security laws in the country.
Anyone who is at all into traditional watches is familiar with the classic Speidel Twist-O-Flex bracelet commonly found on vintage Speedmasters and Universal Genève Polerouters, but now the old-school stretch bracelet is available for the Apple Watch. The bracelet sports special Apple-compatible links that slot into either 38mm or 42mm cases. The bracelets are made of stainless steel with a brushed satin finish that complements the aluminum Apple Watch models. They're compatible with both Series 1 and Series 2 watches, and they stretch five inches beyond their initial size.
Don't be fooled by Tim Cook's 2016 reported pay of $8.75m (€7.66m), which ranked the Apple CEO in the bottom third of all CEOs in the S&P 500.
Amazon is reportedly working on the Amazon Echo 2, an updated version of the company's Alexa-powered smart speaker that will look and sound better than the original. The Google Home and the Apple HomePod should definitely be worried.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and iTunes Chief Eddy Cue this week attended the Allen & Co. Sun Valley media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, as they have done for the last several years.
Would you rather Apple delay the iPhone 8 or launch it with select features disabled at first? [Poll]
Apple news this week has largely been dominated by reports claiming Apple is struggling to get key features of the iPhone 8 ready ahead of its launch. Some have said that Apple will launch the flagship device with certain features missing, while others have said the company will simply push the device’s release back by a few weeks.