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Apple's learn-to-code iPad app Swift Playgrounds now supports Simplified Chinese, Japanese, French, German, and Latin American Spanish, as well as English.
Apple reboots the original iPad with an A9 chip and a lower price as it looks to reinvigorate its foundering family of tablets.
But you can rest assured that it doesn't look good for Apple.
Nintendo's parental controls app goes above and beyond with on-the-go perks.
Recent studies have found that iPhone users are a unique bunch. Are we smarter but less honest? Here are some personality traits they are more likely to have than their Android counterparts.
New iPad Pro models are expected this spring—and could be coming sooner than we think.
A Disney World-inspired park-builder ought to be something special… right?
The iPhone 8 will be terrible for Apple, just like all the other iPhones.
These cute robot toys are unique on their own, but they pack a secret.
Apple headlines for the week ending March 17, 2017.
Build a robot, pair it with your smartphone or tablet, and watch it come to life.
Google's Motion Stills app for iOS just added new features that make it easier to edit and export images.
The Apple Music Ambassador program will have Twitter influencers in the U.K. promoting the streaming service in exchange for a free membership and other perks.
This week's roundup includes a couple of artificial intelligence offerings—including an app that says it loves you.
What began as a dating app is now a place for women to make friends and meet possible business connections. Founder Whitney Wolfe outlined the app's next steps at SXSW.
From processor bumps to a new 10-inch model to a rebranded iPad mini, everything's about to change.
Siri who? iPhone users can now ask Alexa to track a package or play a Prime video.