An initiative between Apple, IBM and Japan Post Holdings could put iPads in the hands of up to 5 million members of Japan's elderly population.
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Apple Watch production has been hampered by defective components from a supplier, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Some American Airlines passengers faced lengthy flight delays on Tuesday after a fault in the iPad navigation app used by the carriers' pilots and co-pilots caused the tablets to crash.
Amazon has opened a marketplace for businesses where they can purchase items ranging from basic office supplies like paper clips to sophisticated products such as lab supplies and tractor parts.
Drivers for Web-based, ride-hailing services in Massachusetts would be subject to criminal background checks by the state and their company if a bill unveiled Friday by the state's governor becomes law.
Most people who placed early orders for the Apple Watch in the U.S. and expected to receive the wearable during the first batch of shipments found themselves out of luck.
Luxottica, the Italian eyewear maker that owns Ray-Ban and Oakley, is working with Google to design a new version of Glass, its CEO said Friday.
The Apple Watch's sensor may hold more health monitoring functions than Apple has revealed, including measuring blood oxygen levels, a feature that's not enabled on the device and that Apple hasn't talked about.
Enterprise software vendors are betting the Apple Watch will find a use in the business world and this week announced apps for the smartwatch, which will become available to consumers on Friday.
Safari is the preferred mobile browser in the U.S., but it's more of a challenger abroad and on desktops. That's the picture that emerges for Apple's browser from website analytics firm StatCounter's latest report.
A flaw in iOS 8 would allow attackers to render devices running the mobile OS useless if they're within range of a fake wireless hotspot, according to researchers from security firm Skycure.
Many of the first Apple Watch health IT apps will give doctors faster access to critical information and ease communication between health care providers, while other apps will attempt to get patients more engaged with their health.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is seeking a multimillion dollar refund from Apple over a failed project to provide 650,000 students with iPads they could use at home.
If you're looking to buy an Apple Watch, don't expect to find one in an Apple store in the coming weeks. The device won't be available for in-store purchases through May, Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts said in a memo.
In an effort to boost its mobile offerings, Yahoo is reportedly finishing up a deal to buy Foursquare.
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