Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Wednesday morning. 1. Bill Gates believes Apple should unlock iPhones at the government's request. "There's no question of ability," he said, adding, "It's the question of willingness."
We recently saw some photos of the Apple HomePod being taken apart by the guys over at iFixit and now they have released a video of the teardown. The HomePod is basically a sealed unit so the video below shows us just how much work was involved to get inside the device. As we mentioned
The debate is over: we are at the beginning of a truly wireless future. While Apple hasn’t invented truly wireless earbuds, the company has made them mainstream with its AirPods, which were...
NBA star Kevin Durant has agreed to co-produce a basketball-themed drama television series that will be part of Apple’s original television programming. The scripted series, to be called “Swagger,” will be written by noted...
App-based ride-sharing platform Ola announced the commencement of trials in the West Australian city of Perth.As the company begins testing its service, Perth-based customers can avail an exclusive soft launch offer where they will be given their first two rides free, upto the value of USD 10 per ride.To ride with Ola, customers in the West Australian city may download the app from the Android or Apple App Store, register for an Ola account and begin booking their rides
Discounts for students who want Apple Music to soundtrack their lives are coming to thousands of users in Australia, Kazakhstan and other regions.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has often been called "boring" when it comes to its mergers and acquisitions (M&A) strategy.
For some reason, Apple has never bothered to disclose exactly how many units of the Apple Watch have been shipped or sold to date. They’ve only vaguely described how well sales are without actually providing any actual figures, which is usually left to third-party analytical firms to try and figure that out.
Bill Gates thinks Silicon Valley isn't worried enough about government regulation. In a new interview, he warned that big tech companies are being reckless in their support for end-to-end encryption, and he made some cryptic comments about Apple.
A couple of days ago it was reported that Apple along with LG and Valve had apparently invested in a company called eMagin that specializes in creating microdisplays for augmented reality/virtual reality headsets. This was based on a US Securities Exchange Commission filing that listed Apple, LG, and Valve.