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In his latest interview, Tim Cook, has revealed his vision for the upcoming Apple Watch and the challenges behind creating and selling a relatively new type of device for the company.
Erricson has filed not one, but seven patent related lawsuits against the Cupertino tech giant in a U.S. court, and is asking the International Trade Comission to block iPhone sales in the U.S.
Apple has sent out press invites for a media event on March 9th and while details are slim about what will be announced, many expect that the company's new Watch will be the star of the show.
A patent filed in January by Apple reveals that future mobile device made by the Cupertino-based company could be tracked even if the device appears to be powered off.
Yesterday, it was announced that W3C had made Pointer Events specification a recommend inclusion for modern browsers, but Apple and Google are providing resistance to this standard.
Apple has lost a case and was found to infringe upon the patents held by a Texas company. The iPhone maker was ordered to pay damages in excess of $500 million.
The iPhone maker has announced the construction of two additional data centers in Europe, both of which will rely on renewable energy and sustainable development.
Latest research report about security vulnerabilities has revealed that Windows is not the most vulnerable operating system anymore with lesser reported threats than Mac OS and the Linux kernel.
From Microsoft's Rooms and Intel's Skylake, to Indian Denim, Windows 10 patches, HTTP/2, privacy intrusions and Sony's wonky smartglasses, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Apple could be introducing beta iOS builds to the public in the coming months. While developers have had access to this for quite some time, the early builds may be available as early as March.
The rumors have been flying around that Apple is said to be working on a car and now a reputable source is saying that the timeframe for release is the year 2020 which is not that far away.
Vodafone's IT and communications solutions will provide Ryanair, one of Europe's largest airlines, with mobile services, ticketing and check-in support, and iPad 'electronic flight bags' for pilots.
The next episode of the popular television show Modern Family has been shot almost entirely using iPhones to focus on the increased dependence on technology nowadays.
Samsung has acquired LoopPay, a mobile payments company and the largest competitor to Apple's ApplePay. The acquisition could make LoopPay the largest Android-based mobile payment system.
Apple is being sued by A123 for poaching some of its most important engineers, which seemingly violates their non-compete clause. The engineers are helping Apple build a large battery division.
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.
According to the latest reports Apple is looking to sell around five million units of its Apple Watch in the first three months after the device launches. The Watch will hit launch later in April.
Google released an update for their iOS Google Play Music app earlier today, finally adding support for the iPad. The application allows you to store your music, download, stream and more.
Apple has been reported to have dropped certain health related features from the Apple Watch due to inconsistent performance and to avoid issues with regulatory authorities across the world.
VLC for iOS has returned to the App Store, but currently only for those in select countries. Some users are reporting that a new version is available as an update in the U.S.
Apple has recently made its iWork suite of apps available to Windows users. This apparently grants these users the ability to create an iCloud account, originally exclusive to owners of Apple devices.
After some earlier rumors surrounding Apple's car project, we now have a trustworthy report which says the company is working on an electric vehicle and is indeed looking to compete with Tesla.
The global market for 'smart wearable bands' saw shipments rise to 4.6 million units across all manufacturers in 2014, but just 16% of these - around 720,000 devices - were based on Android Wear.
A new report claims that Apple is indeed working on a car project and that the company is actually looking to compete with Tesla in some form or another: self-driving cars, EVs or simply CarPlay?
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From Surface success and the Office touch, to revenge porn, Amazon stores, flagship Lumias and a serving of HTC (c)rap, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Considering all the hype around the upcoming Apple Watch, which will be available this April, several UK universities have started banning the use of watches in exam halls altogether.
Apple is rumored to be working on an iTunes-branded subscription music service, but it's also said to be developing a new web TV service, offering "bundles of programming" directly to its customers.
A minivan, reportedly leased to Apple, has been making the rounds in a small town in California spurring speculation that the company might be looking into developing self-driving cars.
HTC has taken the bold step to try and equalize on the loss of Beats to Apple by hiring its own rapper to do battle with the likes of Dr Dre and Samsung's Jay Z; the result is obviously cringeworthy.
The latest stats from Net Applications has been released and it shows the usage-share of desktop operating systems; January shows the continuation of the trends from last month but XP did gain a bit.
From Office intrigue and Windows 10 revelations, to Google's apology, faster 'broadband', the end of the Surface 2, and a LOT of iPhones, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Yesterday, Microsoft released a free email app for iOS and it is proving to be quite popular as it is now 'featured' by Apple and is sitting at the 15th spot in the top 'Free' apps chart.
Apple's Watch will become available in April after a very long wait. This comes directly from company CEO, Tim Cook, who mentioned he's very excited about finally getting the device in users' hands.
Thanks to the iPhone 6, Apple managed to close out its first quarter of fiscal year 2015 with the best iPhone quarterly sales in company history. Is Apple poised to end Samsung's smartphone dominance?
The Environmental Protection Agency has released its most recent rankings for green energy consumption within the United States. Intel and Microsoft claim top spots.
The NewerTech Wireless Aluminum Keypad looks like an Apple produced 10-key pad. While Apple has neglected this accessory for nearly a decade, does this NewerTech get keypad get the job done?
According to a new report from South Korea the two companies will once again work together, with Samsung pegged to ship 75% of the chips Apple needs for its next generation of iPhones.
The Apple Watch will reportedly only last for four hours of active use and possibly up to 19 hours of active and passive use in regular-case scenarios.
Apple's new, larger iPhones have proven to be a major hit in Asian markets and have propelled the company both in terms of sales and marketshare. Meanwhile Samsung has seen its share sliced.
Facebook Chat Heads is a handy feature for Android and previously for iOS that allowed users to continue conversations without leaving the app they were in, it has now returned on the Mac desktop.
Four tech giants once again try to resolve a class-action lawsuit by tech workers over employee mobility and compensation, after last year's rejected settlement of $324M.
Customs officials, suspicious at the man's "weird walking posture" discovered 94 iPhones strapped to his body, but for bonus points he also set off airport metal detectors in the process.
With no free music offered via Apple's 'Single of the week' promotion since the start of 2015, it appears that the company has discontinued this promotion much to the dismay of customers.
A new flaw in Apple's OS X Yosemite Spotlight search has been discovered. It neglects a setting in the Mail app that could leak users' personal information, which can then be used by cyber criminals.
In the EU, a law has been recently introduced that allows a 14-day returns policy on digital purchases. Unfortunately, this system is potentially open to abuse.
Apple has announced that prices will soon be changing in the EU, Canada, Russia and other countries App Stores, with the EU, Canada and Norway seeing increases.
Apple has announced that its App Store has broken some pretty impressive records in terms of sales in 2015. The company has shared some interesting statistics with the public in its press release.
We take a closer look at the numbers in Kantar's quarterly report ending November 2014, and it looks like Apple's iPhone 6 is giving Android a squeeze, and Windows Phone hits a new low.