An issue recently discovered by a startup regarding iPhone's Touch ID, found that imprinting a fingerprint on Play-Doh, then on the sensor can make the phone believe a real fingerprint was used.
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Microsoft have listened to user feedback and acted by including the much sought after ability to view reports in the latest update to Power BI on Windows 10 Mobile and iPhone.
Apple has issued a fix for Error 53, the error that would cause an iPhone to become unusable after receiving third party repairs. Apple apologizes for any inconvenience that this may have caused.
Microsoft launched an update to Skype today to support group video calling on iOS and Android phones and tablets. The feature is still not available on Windows Phone, Windows 10, and Linux.
Apple has been requested to assist in unlocking the encrypted iPhone retrieved by the San Bernardino police department. Luckily, John McAfee is offering a solution that could keep Apple in the clear.
Apple has launched Apple Pay in China. China is the fifth country to get Apple Pay and Apple hopes that China will be its largest market for the mobile payment service. 19 Chinese banks are on board.
Apple will not comply with a federal order to modify or decrypt the iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooter, because this would undermine its customers' trust and security features of its products.
On Tuesday, Apple was ordered by a United States federal court to assist law enforcement in unlocking the iPhone that was owned by the shooter in the San Bernardino shooting, Syed Rizwan Farook.
After a rocky start in 2012, and 2.5 million corrections later, Apple is finally starting to feel that its Maps service is as good as Google Maps - a good thing, given that it comes preloaded on iOS.
A flat lens has been developed by researchers at the University of Utah. The lens no longer requires curved lenses to be stacked, which will reduce the weight of devices that take photos.
From a Sonic movie and Titanfall on TV, to iBricks, net neutrality, device discounts, Quantum craziness, OneDrive woe and a throwback to 3.1, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
There has been quite a bit said about Apple's upcoming 'iPhone 5se' and 'iPad Air 3'. But, now there is new information that shows Apple could offer the new devices without a pre-order.
It's back to court for Apple as the haptic technology company Immersion has accused Apple of infringing upon three different patents found in the latest iPhone and Apple Watch products.
Apple's plans to nix the headphone jack had many speculating that they would include wireless headphones. But now it seems they will include a proprietary set that connects via the Lightning port.
A new flaw in iOS can easily break almost any Apple device including the iPhone 6s Plus and the most recent iPads. And triggering it is as simple as manually setting your device to a specific date.
The alleged 4-inch iPhone that Apple is expected to release in the near future might come in a few different colors, including hot pink, if the latest rumors prove themselves to be true.
From massive milestones and Edge extensions, to underwater data centers, Chrome's Material makeover, Surface updates, and mobile acquisitions, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A major issue has been confronting owners of the iPhone 6. Upon upgrading to iOS 9, users will be welcomed with an 'Error 53' message, completely rendering handsets useless, with no way to recover.
Microsoft has updated its digital assistant to version 1.4.0 on iOS, bringing various new features including a Today View, 3D Touch support, faster loading times, better voice interactions, and more.
The patent would let users control their devices without actually touching the screen. This new feature could, theoretically, be included in the upcoming iPhone 7, slated for release later this year.
If you've been suffering from low memory due to the purchase of a 16GB or 64GB iPhone, your problems might be solved, as a shop is now offering upgrades to 128GB for $60 - but there are downsides...
In order to increase revenue from its Nexus hardware devices and improve Android's reputation, Google is said to be increasing its control over the program, and reducing OEM involvement.
Apple is reportedly preparing to unveil two new devices - the 4-inch iPhone 5se, and the iPad Air 3 - on March 15, along with a software update and new straps/bands for the Apple Watch.
From Chuwi treats and Jolla's Tablet troubles, to Facebook feelings, Surface tension, Xbox exposition, UnPrivate Edge browsing and a whiff of HTC, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Live video streaming is rolling out to all Facebook users in the U.S. with an iPhone. It includes a major playback feature that may make it more popular than Twitter's Periscope.
Millions of AC wall plug adapters are part of a 'voluntary' recall after Apple identified an increased risk of electric shock in some cases. Adapters sold over a 12 year period are included.
It appears that for some odd reason, Safari web browser users are encountering repeated crashes on the desktop, iPad and iPhone. Luckily there's a workaround while we wait for an official fix.
Despite reporting record earnings and profits, Apple's Mac sales dropped by 4% year-on-year, while iPad sales plummeted by 25%. iPhone sales growth stalled too, and Apple predicts a fall next quarter.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore let people know he was in Japan via Twitter, but the Internet was more concerned about him using an iPhone. Naturally, there was a perfectly good explanation for this.
Apple's shares have been a little rocky as-of-late to say the least, and the future for 2016 isn't looking all that great for Apple. The company is expected to announce a decline in sales.
On Sunday, a Foxconn facility in Zhengzhou, China caught fire where luckily no one was injured. Foxconn has made a statement that the blaze will not impact manufacturing.
If you're an iOS user, you may want to steer clear of this website that is causing devices to crash and reboot. A majority will still be affected, but should be able to get away with a browser crash.
Speculation that Apple will launch a new iPhone in March is intensifying after a newly leaked photo surfaced showing a 4-inch device resembling the curved-glass design of the iPhone 6 and 6s.
From Redstone setbacks and Redmond's recall, to Half-Life's Prospekt, Build's speedy sell-out, big Android bucks and a Windows 10 vending machine, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
One couple living in their Atlanta home are learning first-hand how buggy those 'Find My Phone' features can be after receiving numerous visitors looking for lost smartphones.
There's evidence regarding the alleged budget-friendly iPhone. After numerous claims and fake renders, one source claims that they have the inside scoop on Apple's upcoming 4" iPhone, the iPhone 5se.
It has been recently revealed that Google paid $1 billion to Apple as part of an agreement to keep its search bar on the iPhone. This was discovered through court documents i an Oracle lawsuit.
With Windows 10 and the Surface line, Microsoft has shown they have what it takes to make good products. But their store experience shows they have a long way to go.
Apple has revealed that iOS 9 is now installed on 75% of devices, just four months after its rollout began. iOS 8 remains in use on 19% of devices, down from 87% in September.
Apple's pre-release version of iOS includes new features for an array of products, including CarPlay, Apple Watch, Apple News, and a Night Shift mode for reducing blue light for nighttime viewing.
Apple is allegedly working on a new app for users wanting to ditch their iPhone for an Android powered device. The move comes as European telecoms say they're not seeing many users move from iOS.
From ultra-thin devices and super-sized tweets, to Apple highs and lows, Oculus' pricing Rift, Nokia's Moonraker, and Microsoft's China problem, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
With the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus launch being a distant memory, all eyes are now on Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 - a device that could come without the mainstream 3.5mm headphone jack.
Despite Microsoft explicitly denying the possibility of a sequel in the near future, Minecraft fans rallied behind a fake successor to the popular sandbox, propelling it to 4th place in the App Store.
Apple is expected to cut production of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus following a slump in expected sales for the devices. The move affects multiple companies working on production for the iPhone.
Size isn't everything, allegedly. But this does not matter to Apple, who are rumored to be packing the next iPhone with even more storage and increasing the battery life over the existing 6s+ model.
Microsoft has launched an iOS app for taking selfies, which employs smart image processing based on factors such as the user's age, gender, skin tone and lighting.
Straight from Korea comes news that the two Korean tech giants are reportedly close to inking a deal with Apple to manufacture OLED displays for the company's upcoming iPhones.
Apple has had a class action lawsuit filed against it in New York on Tuesday. The lawsuit claims that Apple knowingly crippled older devices with the iOS 9 upgrade, specifically the iPhone 4S.
As originally announced at Apple's September event, Facebook has today started rolling out Live Photos support in its iOS mobile app. The feature will be added over the coming months.