Alexa is the winner of the battle that's just getting started.
Apple headlines for the week ending March 24, 2017.
Macworld's latest digital edition.
This week's roundup includes two apps that help you learn to play keyboard and guitar.
The Mac and iPhone exploits described in new documents attributed to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency were patched years ago, according to Apple.
Google plans to remove the extended validation (EV) status of any such certificates issued by Symantec and to force the company to replace all of its customers' certificates.
The new “rent once, watch anywhere” feature is also a sign that iOS 10.3 and Apple TV 10.2 are on their way.
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Apple surprised us with new product announcements on Tuesday, and now that gear can be yours.
The title is more than a mouthful, but the game itself is mesmerizing.
Here's hoping Apple's doesn't plan to shut down the most powerful automation tool for the iPhone and iPad.
The iCloud credentials that the Turkish Crime Family hacker group claims to have weren't obtained through a breach of the Apple's services.
Twitter has started surveying users to check their interest in a new enhanced version of its TweetDeck product, raising the possibility that the company is considering a paid version of the service.
Photos that don't violate Instagram's content guidelines but are still considered "sensitive" will be blurred out.
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