Apple has opened a new store in Singapore. It's called Orchard Road and has some fascinating characteristics including twin Castagna staircases, and a canopy to protect from the tropical sunlight.
From Fallout 4 and Far Cry 5, to Cloak and Dagger, Apple's Neural Engine, Google's Jamboard, and what might have been for the Lumia 950, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Apple could be working on a new chip that would specifically process AI related tasks. It could provide battery life improvements to Apple devices. The source said it's called the Apple Neural Engine.
Apple will hold its annual WWDC on June 5 in San Jose. On the off chance that you cannot make it or do not have an invitation, the event will be livestreamed to supported devices and platforms.
A new report has surfaced that states that Apple will not relocate the Touch ID sensor to the rear of the iPhone. At a TSMC symposium, it was revealed that it will be under the glass of the display.
Microsoft today released a new Office 2016 Insider Preview build for Macs, bringing it to version 15.36 (170524). It contains a number of bug fixes and improvements, as well as a known issue.
Apple brought back its aged iPhone 6 earlier this year in several markets, but only with 32GB of storage, and in a single color. It's now available in the UK, either on contract, or for £399 SIM-free.
Apple has released a new curriculum that will be taught in community colleges and high schools. The course will teach job critical skills and will be taught in Apple's Swift language.
A new video has surfaced online showing off what is an alleged dummy for the upcoming iPhone. The handset gets a full showing, displaying its thicker profile and dual camera setup.
The FCC has given Apple a license to conduct tests into 5G technology at two sites that the iPhone maker owns. We've got information on the hardware being used, and some details on the space frontier.
After having dragged each other through the courts numerous times over the years, Apple and Nokia have buried the hatchet after signing a patent license and business collaboration agreement.
If you were an Apple user that was a bit disgruntled about not having a YouTube TV app on their Apple TV, there is now a way for you to stream the service to your TV, albeit somewhat convoluted.
Apple, the owners of the headphone manufacturing company Beats, have declared that the explosion of a woman's headphones earlier this year was not caused by the headphones themselves.
From Android O and Android Go, to WannaCry woes, HTC's new squeeze, Apple anticipation, holo-Cortana, a passing Moment, and virtual headcrabs, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft has pushed out an update for Sway on iOS devices. The changes are mainly cosmetic, with updates to navigation and Sway previews, as well as adding the ability to edit a Sway shared to you.
A year on from when Microsoft Planner launched for Office 365, the app is now available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. Android and Windows phone users will have to wait a bit longer.
Microsoft has released a new preview build of its Outlook for Mac app to the Insider Fast ring, bringing a range of fixes. The update mainly focuses on cosmetic and security fixes.
The heated legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm is now turning worse, as the latter has filed lawsuits against four contract manufacturers which stopped paying patent royalties to the chipmaker.
Microsoft today released its first major update to OneNote for iOS in over a year, bringing the version number to 16.0. It includes a redesigned 'look and feel' to the application.
According to a new report, Apple is planning to phase out its iPad Mini, in favor of its larger models, which will include a new Pro variant with a 10.5-inch display and a smaller body.
While we are still a few months away from the release of Apple's next iPhones, it appears that new renders have surfaced, that give us a new glimpse at what could be on the horizon.
According to a new report, Apple is planning to release updated models of its MacBook, MacBook Pro, and possibly even the MacBook Air at its upcoming Worldwide Developer Conference.
Today, Apple seeded the first Developer Beta builds of iOS 10.3.3, macOS 10.12.6 Sierra, watchOS 3.2.3, and tvOS 10.2.2. As the version numbers indicate, there are no new front-facing features.
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.
Apple previously supported Boot Camp upgrades from the Anniversary Update to the Creators Update - but with macOS 10.12.5, it's added full Creators Update support with 'media-free installation'.
A New Hampshire resident credited Siri with saving his life when, after an explosion, his hands were too burnt for him to call for help. Using a voice command, Siri called 911 for him, instead.
After a month and a half of them being in beta, Apple has now released iOS 10.3.2, macOS 10.12.5 Sierra, watchOS 3.2.2, and tvOS 10.2.1 to everyone, bringing some security updates.
A new report from Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly suggests that there's a greater than 70% chance that a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro could be unveiled at WWDC due to a ramp up in production of the device.
Microsoft sprang quite a surprise on the audience during the day 2 keynote at its Build 2017 developer conference today: iTunes - yes, *that* iTunes...! - is coming soon to the Windows Store.
After announcing that PowerShell and Bash are coming to Azure, Microsoft also announced an Azure mobile app, which includes the Bash console, a dashboard for your resources, and more.
A J P Morgan analyst has suggested that Apple's iPhone 8 will come bundled with AirPods, and feature an OLED edge-to-edge display. The analyst could be wrong, though, given current AirPod delays.
The latest data from industry watcher IDC suggests worldwide tablet shipments are continuing with their decline year-over-year for Q1 2017, due to increasing pressure from 2-in-1s and detachables.
From Siri's speaker and Alexa's touch, to Android flagships, Teams work, big phish, Edge's edge in business, and an adventure in time and space, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Apple has put out new numbers claiming that, thanks to the App Store, it's responsible for about two million jobs in the US alone, despite the fact the company only employs 80,000 people directly.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Qualcomm is preparing to ask the United States International Trade Commission for an import ban on iPhones. Apple recently refused to pay royalties to Qualcomm.
Microsoft has added Outlook as a member of the suite of apps included in the Office Insider Program on iOS. The other included apps are Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote; you can apply today.
Apple today released the fifth Developer Beta build of tvOS 10.2.1, bringing the build number to 14W585. It doesn't contain any notable new features or fixes, nor are there any known issues.
It is rumored that Apple might announce its very own smart speaker at WWDC 17. It would be powered by Siri and have a design similar to that of the Mac Pro, coming with a rather steep asking price.
Apple says that it sold 50.8 million iPhones last quarter, a 1% decrease year-over-year - but its iPad sales fell by a lot more. Mac sales are up though, and so is revenue and net income.
The Trump administration is seeking to modernise the government by creating the American Technology Council, where the President will get advice from tech executives from Silicon Valley companies.
First-generation Apple Watch models experiencing issues with 'swollen' or 'expanded' batteries are now covered for repairs for three years, as Apple has expanded its service coverage period.
The heated legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm will now begin affecting the latter's financials in a big way, as Apple has stopped paying for royalties to its contract manufacturers.
From mixed reality and net neutrality, to speech synthesis, ID@Xbox, CoD WWII, Forza's Hot Wheels, Surface sales, and Amazon à la mode, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft today released a new build for Office for Mac Insiders on the Fast ring, bringing the build number to 170426 and the version number to 15.34. It adds some fixes and some features.
Apple today released the fifth Developer Beta build of iOS 10.3.2. There weren't any new builds of macOS, watchOS, or tvOS, and as the version number indicates, there are no new features.
After launching the Nike+ edition of the Apple Watch last year, a new 'NikeLab' edition of the device is now available, but aside from its strap design, it's identical to the standard Nike+ model.
It has been almost a year since Apple announced that it had secured exclusive rights to Carpool Karaoke. Today, it appears that the series release has been delayed without a public reason.
In a meeting two years ago, Uber was allegedly threatened with removal from the App Store, due to "fingerprinting", which allowed the service to tag users' iPhones, even with the app uninstalled.
Apple today released the fourth Developer Beta builds of iOS 10.3.2, macOS 10.12.5 Sierra, watchOS 3.2.2, and tvOS 10.2.1. None of these updates include any new front-facing features.