The biggest stocks across technology and the internet, including Apple and Facebook, resumed their descent as investors continue to fret that the one-time market darlings suddenly face a darker outlook for world growth.
Apple is now fully committed to 2-in-1s, despite originally mocking Microsoft for investing in a tablet that works with a keyboard, and now it’s turning to various marketing tactics to drive more customers to its own iPad Pro.
Earlier this month, Amazon and Apple made a new agreement that allows Amazon to sell almost all of Apple's range of products. Amazon is now selling Apple Macbooks, iMacs, Apple Watch, iPad and iPhone directly and not just via resellers. Not only is ...
On Friday, niche blogging platform Tumblr became suddenly and inexplicably unavailable on Apple’s app store, and since then users posting adult-themed content have claimed their blogs are being deleted by the site without warning despite no official statement from either Tumblr, it’s parent company Oath, or Apple. The reason, as some had grimly suggested, was confirmed to be because of child pornography being hosted on the site.
Suppliers have been grappling with a shift in iPhone demand.
Washington State's Mike Leach and Washington's Chris Petersen shower each other with compliments and pleasantries ahead of one of the most highly anticipated Apple Cups ever.
Apple has been using cars and satellites to improve its Maps app, and it's now confirmed it's also using tech-laden pedestrians to collect data from the streets in a bid to provide better walking directions.
The official Tumblr app for iOS went dark all of a sudden a few days ago, and while neither the parent company nor Apple provided statements on what exactly happened, it was believed the app served some sort of illegal content that violated the App Store guidelines.
Apple users advised to install the company's July security updates if they don't want to fall victims to IDN homograph phishing attacks.