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Apple’s Siri ‘eavesdropping’ controversy can be fixed with a toggle that should’ve been there all along
An Apple whistleblower has revealed the company’s practice of listening to samples of Siri recordings unbeknownst to users.
President Trump on Saturday announced that U.S. companies were once again able to do business with Huawei, ending a ban that was supposed to take effect in 60 days.
Google has fixed a G Suite issue that left some passwords stored in plain text on its servers.
Now that we've learned the new Mac Pro won't be launching until sometime in 2019, it might be time for Apple to rethink its product announcement strategy.
A new report from Bloomberg claims Apple is working on a curved screen and touch-free gestures for future iPhones.
Apple has a "secret" lab in Cupertino that is working on MicroLED displays, Bloomberg reports, which will bring screens that are brighter, thinner, and more power efficient.
Apple's holiday guidance is its strongest ever as iPhone sales show no sign of slowing down.
Apple posts stellar third-quarter results, with sales of 41 million iPhones and a surprising 11.4 million iPads.
Apple CEO confirms work on an autonomous driving system, but stops short of saying the company is working on a full-fledged vehicle.
Apple has officially launched its Today at Apple series of retail classes, and it could dramatically change the way we look at Apple stores.
A report from Android Police says that Google is planning to release an Assistant app on iOS.
After nearly a million users were affected by the Docs phishing scam, Google is pushing out a new security feature to its Android Gmail app that will warn users about visiting fraudulent sites.
Samsung has emerged from the ashes of the Note7 debacle with the radically redesigned S8 and S8+, the first phones to include the Snapdragon 835 chip.
Samsung will be refurbishing some recalled Note7s for re-use, as well as removing components and extracting metals from the ill-fated phablet.
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