Apple is digging in ints heels in its battle with Basecamp as the Hey battle shows no signs of subsiding.
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Apple has confirmed the acquisition of NextVR, a virtual-reality start-up focused on large-scale events.
Apple posts small year-over-year growth in its first coronavirus-impacted quarter.
Apple vows a fix "soon" for iOS Mail flaws that "do not pose an immediate risk to our users".
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is working to launch its first ARM-based Mac in 2021—and it'll reportedly still run apps made for Intel machines.
Apple is pressing ahead with its 2020 product launches, with new iPhones, a smaller and cheaper HomePod, Bluetooth Apple Tags, and new Macs all reportedly on the way.
The new iPad Pro may look a lot like its predecessor, but it brings a ton of changes to Apple's tablet.
Apple whisperer Ming-Chi Kuo has chimed in about Apple's MacBook roadmap, and big changes could be in store over the next 12 months.
As Microsoft shuts down Windows 7, it has an opportunity to move Windows into a new era—and it could take a few lessons from Apple.
The new Mac Pro is finally ready to and it’s one of the fastest PCs ever made. But all that speed is going to cost you.
The new iPhone is here, and Apple is calling it Pro. Here's why.
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.
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