A Virginia judge says forcing people to incriminate themselves violates the 5th Amendment.
No gimmicks, just life: We put Apple Pay through its paces to figure out if the future of mobile payments is here.
This little gadget sticks to your fridge, and lets you scan barcodes or just tell it what you need, to compile a shopping list in an iOS app.
But his part might be naturally limited by the reported structure of the Aaron Sorkin-penned script.
This week's app roundup includes TinType, an app that tries to reproduce the look of photos taken before your grandparents were born.
The popular reading app for phones and tablets adds thousands of topics--including some oddly specific ones--and a “Daily Edition” for everyone.
Instagram already has traditional photo ads. Now companies are paying to show videos in your feed.
Cook says being gay has given him the “skin of a rhinoceros,” which the CEO of Apple needs.
The Magazine publisher Glenn Fleishman opens up about the realities of going all-in on Newsstand, and what publications give up when they do.
Authenitication apps streamline the process of getting that all-important second login code.
The merchant group behind the upcoming Apple Pay rival spills more details about fines, credit cards, and future features.
Work smarter, not harder. And yes, sometimes that means abandoning your old way of doing something.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is focused on Internet.org, WhatsApp, and Oculus as long-term opportunities for Facebook.
Everyone wants to know whether the carrier-agnostic SIM built into new iPads will ever reach iPhones. Users would love it, but carriers would hate it, and Apple's not pushing the issue.