The Cupertino company doesn't mess around when it comes to legal tangles.
Intelligent clothing promises to improve your athletic performance, but practical solutions like fitness trackers and running apps are more useful.
Videos, Vines, and GIFs will play automatically on mute in Twitter for iOS and on the web.
Instacast, the popular Mac and iOS podcast player, is shutting down due to financial issues.
Ad-blocking software is coming to Safari this fall, and companies who make buckets of money on ads stand to lose a lot.
Got Apple Watch questions? Come on in.
Apple Watch needed some software fixes that watchOS 2 promises to deliver.
The new app debuts June 30 with social and radio features to set it apart from Spotify.
The British invasion is planned for July.
CurrentC commitments and concerns over cost are keeping the nation's top retailers from signing on to support Apple Pay.
The latest versions of iOS and OS X will take the spotlight at Apple's annual developers conference, but expect to see a refreshed Apple TV and Beats Music, too.
Start building your iOS-powered house with the first wave of HomeKit-compatible devices.
Reports indicate the watch is nearly ready for its debut on Apple Store shelves.
After a year-long battle with BlackBerry, Typo agrees to stop selling its QWERTY cases for iPhones.
Apple wants to challenge Google on maps accuracy, but is it too late?