Microsoft has released new versions of its Skype apps for Android devices, and for Apple's iPhones and iPads, bringing user experience changes, and a range of new features and improvements.
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iOS users beware! A new kind of malware called KeyRaider that targets only jailbroken devices is out in the wild and has already claimed over 250,000 Apple accounts.
Apple is rumoured to begin augmented reality efforts as it recruits a former lead engineer from Microsoft's HoloLens team. Will we be seeing the future of Apple's intentions soon?
New Apple products are expected soon and that includes a new generation of Apple TV devices. Aside from processor upgrades, one big feature could sell this platform to casual gamers.
Finding out where you can legally fly a drone in the U.S. will soon be a lot easier. The FAA's new drone app is now in beta, with the finished app expected by the end of the year.
Apple plans to improve the next iPhone's camera with the first megapixel count upgrade since 2011. The phone will be available in pink and also feature a flash-type function for the front camera.
Apple has sent out invites for its next major product announcement, to be held on September 9 in San Francisco, at which it's expected to announce its new iPhones and Apple TV.
As soon as the iPhone hits production, parts always begin to leak. It looks like someone has taken the liberty to piece together those parts and build a semi-functional 'iPhone 6S'
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The camera fault long-troubling some iPhone 6 Plus owners is now automatically recognised by Apple for free repairs in a new worldwide replacement program.
Switching over to Android just got a little easier for iPhone users in the U.S. with Samsung offering a free month to try out some of the latest Galaxy phones.
An iOS port for Final Fantasy VII has arrived without much notice. Playable on the iPhone and iPad, this classic has done its round of ports and now it's headed to your pocket.
The next iPhone could withstand more stress, reducing the chance of a second 'bendgate' incident. Apple's latest iPhone utilizes better materials to strengthen the frame of the next iPhone.
The USPTO has now ruled that one of the design patents used by Apple to sue Samsung was not valid in the first place, thus reducing possible damages significantly.
Two carriers have confirmed the date on which Apple's new iPhones will go on sale - and it lines up with a recent report stating that the company will unveil the new handsets on September 9.
Sprint customers who are keen on owning the latest and greatest iPhone will now be able to do so with a newly announced trade-in program, with a special offer if you enroll by the end of the year.
iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it's an entertainment superstore that stays open 24/7.
Brikk's has posted their preorder page for the upcoming iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. While the base model will set you back $8,000 USD, the top model will cost you nearly $200,000.
Apple is making some improvements on the next iPhone to prevent incidents of "bendgate". The newly leaked bezels are a bit thicker in certain areas but also lighter.
As production ramps up, we are getting more and more leaks concerning Apple's next iPhone. Today, we get to take a look at the front display assembly which is rumored to have 'Force Touch'.
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Apple hasn't sent out the invitations yet, but it's believed to be preparing for an event on September 9, at which it will unveil its latest iPhones and the new Apple TV, and possibly some new iPads.
A couple of weeks after releasing the fourth beta of its updated mobile OS, Apple has now released iOS 9 beta 5 for developers, along with an update for its beta of watchOS 2.
Since its launch at the end of June, Apple Music has been received particularly well and has already won over 11 million trial members, with over 2 million of these opting for the family plan.
Microsoft has rebranded Xbox Music on iPhone to Groove, finishing the overhaul of its music service's apps across a variety of platforms and on its official website.
After its stint as the top smartphone vendor in China for the last two quarters, Apple has now conceded the position to Xiaomi and Huawei, falling to the third place this time around.
A report from Strategy Analytics now claims that Huawei has overtaken Microsoft to become the third largest vendor of phones in the world, trailing only Samsung and Apple.
After ditching its Xbox Music brand, and relaunching the music service as 'Groove', Microsoft has rolled out its new app to Android, and launched an updated site, including web player functionality.
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As Apple heads into production, a new image has been leaked purporting to show part of the next iPhone. While details are scarce, the alleged image shows the upcoming handset's front panel.
Less than two weeks after rolling out the first public beta of its next big mobile OS update, Apple is pushing ahead with a new preview release: iOS 9 beta 4, which is available to download now.
Apple's Q3 earnings this year showed incredible growth, with iPhone sales still going strong, $11 billion in profits and the company's cash reserve hitting, for the first time ever, $200 billion.
Imitation is the best form of flattery and it seems that Logitech liked Microsoft's Surface so much that it just couldn't resist turning the iPad into one.
The move to standardize the new electronic SIM technology by the GSMA has received support from Apple and Samsung, with both companies agreeing to adopt the technology.
A recent report by Argus Insights claims the smartphone market has reached its saturation point and new smartphones no longer have the allure they used to.
Microsoft has made its OneNote app on iOS universal, meaning iPad and iPhone users will get updates at the same time, bringing parity to the app on Apple's mobile ecosystem.
Apple's personal assistant has now become infused into popular culture, despite its many (often hilarious) misgivings. Ask her to charge your phone and she'll call the police for you.
It seems that Apple is not satisfied with just streaming music and reports are coming in that deals with several TV networks are already underway, with a launch expected around fall.
A man was arrested for "abstracting electricity" while charging his iPhone on a London Overground train - but after being de-arrested, he was arrested again after "becoming aggressive" towards police.
Strong sales, high margins and incredible customer loyalty have allowed Apple to take almost all the profits in the smartphone industry, leaving other manufacturers scrambling.
In a bid to outmaneuver Apple and to allow its flagship Note series some breathing room, Samsung has allegedly decided to release the Note 5 early as it's sales slow down.
Following Apple Music support for the iOS 9 and, now, they've released the public preview for their mobile and desktop OS, the first time Apple has allowed the public to test their OS.
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This could be our first look at the upcoming iPhone for 2015. The new leak shows us pretty much what we might expect, but gives us little insight in terms of possible improvements.
Apple has updated the terms of service for its AppleCare+ warranty plan which now includes a free replacement of the battery in qualifying devices once it loses 20 percent of its health.
iPhone users on T-Mobile are seeing big problems with their handsets as the Apple devices have started to randomly freeze and display the blue screen of death, which is quickly followed by a restart.
Apple unveiled the latest version of iOS this week, and now that developers have had some time with it, it looks like Apple may be planning some improvements to the selfie cam on new iOS devices.
Apple has introduced an Android app called "Move to iOS," which transfers everything from contacts to photos from Android device to iOS device to make the transition as simple as possible.
iOS 9 brings a range of improvements to Apple's mobile OS, including better multitasking, new search features and more - and the first beta release is now available for you to try on your device.
Apple has announced the next version of its mobile OS, introducing multitasking support that will be familiar to Windows 8 users, and Siri features that appear to borrow from Cortana and Google Now.