After TechCrunch outed a Facebook app that was collecting data by circumventing the App Store, Apple blocked the company from running internal iOS apps.
Apple Music subscribers will be able to stream music for free on select domestic American Airlines flights.
Apple has announced its first quarter results for 2019, with revenue in line with its revised guidance. But there are reasons to be optimistic.
Apple and Aetna are teaming up on a new service that lets you earn a free Apple Watch just by staying healthy.
Apple has shut down Group FaceTime after a bug allowed callers to eavesdrop on people before they answered the call. And it appears that Apple knew about the bug at least a week ago.
A report from Cheddar says that Apple is planning to launch a new premium subscription service for video games that will function like Netflix.
Amazon is selling the 64GB SanDisk Ultra Flair USB 3.0 flash drive for an all-time low of just $12.89 today.
According to a CNBC report, Apple has cut its Project Titan car team by 200 employees as it shifts its AI and machine learning focus to other projects.
Google has spent $40 million to bring Fossil's wearable research and development ideas and employees under its roof, which could mean big things for Wear OS.
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A slew of companies announced at CES that they were signing on to support Apple’s HomeKit, including some affordable device makers. That means Siri has a chance to show the world what it can do.
Apple’s new billboard in Las Vegas touting the iPhone’s privacy features doesn’t quite tell the whole story.
Samsung and Apple have announced an exclusive partnership to launch a new iTunes Movies & TV Shows app on Smart TVs this spring.
There's no more denying it: iPhone sales are dropping. Here are five ways Apple can make sure it's a speed bump and not a free fall.
Tim Cook's letter to investors wasn't just a warning about the upcoming quarterly results—it was a sign that things could be changing at Apple.