According to an interview, it seems Apple execs have put to rest the idea that the company is planning to eventually merge OS X for Mac and iOS for iPhone and iPad into one operating system.
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A list of 25 of the most popular passwords used among people with accounts that were hacked in 2013 has been published. There's a new winner plus quite a few other interesting choices.
According to a new market share report, Apple has maintained its lead in the U.S. smartphone market with 42 percent while widening the gap over Samsung, currently at just 26 percent.
It's been a couple of years since Twitter's last major redesign, but the website is finally getting yet another overhaul that's designed to look like the updated iOS and Android apps.
T-Mobile is back with Uncarrier 4.0, it's latest promotion to get you to switch away from your current wireless service. It's willing to pay for your early termination fees and your current phones.
AT&T's new Sponsored Data means apps and videos could willingly pay for the data used while using or watching them in order to entice you to use their products. However, this could have consequences.
Pebble is kicking into high gear for 2014 with the announcement of its new Pebble Steel, a new smartwatch made out of premium materials, yet fully compatible with Pebble apps and software.
Despite getting twelve days of free content from Apple's iTunes Store and App Store, problems have arisen with the holiday deals causing both Apple and developers to face a bit of heat.
Snapchat is doing a highly mediocre job at building up security within the app. It's been months since a hole was found that would allow hackers to obtain phone numbers and Snapchat has yet to fix it.
Rumor has it T-Mobile is gearing up to announce a huge proposal: switch from your current carrier and it'll pay your early termination fees. If this is true, T-Mobile is playing hardball.
Apple has published its Best of 2013 list of apps, music, movies, TV shows, books, and podcasts in the iTunes Store as picked by the editors, plus lists for the 2013 best-selling in each category.
Microsoft is in the process of developing a completely original programming series exclusive to the Xbox 360 and Xbox One that users will be able to start streaming in early 2014.
Good news for Family Guy fans, and it's safe to say there's a lot of you. Fox announced that it's currently working on a Family Guy mobile game in partnership with TinyCo to be released in 2014.
The Windows Store enjoyed a significant boost in paid game downloads during the month of November, up 34 percent from October. If the trend continues, it could be incentive for potential developers.
British artist Kyle Lambert is bringing his art to the iPad, or maybe bringing the iPad to his art. His latest creation is a highly realistic portrait of Morgan Freeman made entirely on the tablet.
Typically going after the Apple iPad's weaknesses in its Surface ads, Microsoft has instead chosen a new target in ads that will air this Thanksgiving weekend: Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge is yet another restaurant banning the use of Google Glass by customers, and it's not the first restaurant to do so. It stated the new policy very clearly on its Facebook page.
After Microsoft announced products available for purchase that tarnish the Google brand as part of its ongoing Scroogled campaign, Google is firing back with an official response of its own.
The verdict is in! Apple wanted $380 million, Samsung wanted to pay only $52 million, but now the jury has decided Samsung owes $290 million in damages for patent infringement.
Apparently the Galaxy Gear smartwatch is a complete flop with little to no momentum behind it and estimates claiming that Samsung has sold under 50,000 units since the device's launch.
Apple's Phil Schiller took the stand in the legal battle between Apple and Samsung as a witness and in doing so, offered some of his opinions on Samsung's alleged copy-cat technique for success.
Sprint is waiving all calling and text messaging fees made from the U.S. to the Philippines in the wake of the disastrous typhoon, plus is donating some of its own money to help out the cause.
Motorola Mobility has filed a patent application for a wireless microphone that would be tattooed to a person's neck. The wild concept could be used as a smartphone accessory for communications.
Nintendo announced that its new $99 Wii Mini console will go on sale in the U.S. on Nov. 17. It's geared toward the low-end gaming market with features similar to the original Wii.
Samsung ranked higher than all other tablet makers in J.D. Power's 2013 Tablet Satisfaction survey, including Apple. However, something is fishy here: Apple received 4 more stars than Samsung.
After Google announced it's testing large banner ads in search results to very lukewarm reaction, Microsoft isn't shying away from experimenting with similar ads in Bing Smart Search in Windows 8.
Twitter has updated its apps for iOS and Android as well as on the web with image and Vine previews that automatically appear in your timeline, plus some other design changes.
Supporting earlier rumors that Apple might be a bit short on supplies for the new retina iPad mini, CEO Tim Cook confirmed today that it's "unclear" whether the company will be able to meet demand.
Breaking a promise the company made to its users almost eight years ago, Google is testing pretty large banner ads that might end up placed on search results pages for queries related to a brand.
It's been a little over a month since iOS 7's debut. It's a very big change, but as time goes on, it becomes easier to realize Apple's intentions with the design and admire the OS as a whole.
After a research report claimed that it would be very easy for Apple to read users' iMessages even if by free will, the company is slamming the theory, stating that it does not and will not read them.
According to newly released statistics, it turns out that Microsoft struck gold with the Scroogled campaign because it's slowly but successfully turning people away from Google services.
After making iWork and iLife apps on iOS free for new device customers, Apple is issuing iTunes and App Store credits to people who recently paid for the apps before the announcement.
After multiple years have passed since Google first unveiled a version of Android for tablets, Twitter is playing along by finally releasing a tablet-optimized version of its app, but there's a catch.
Twitter and Comcast have teamed up to bring a new "See it" button to television show tweets that will allow you to watch or record those live TV shows directly from the tweet.
Having a history of public comments that turn more than a few heads, Google's Eric Schmidt said publicly that Android is in fact more secure than iOS. It even garnered a few laughs.
FiLIP is a new kid-friendly watch from AT&T that has built-in phone call functionality which parents can set up and monitor plus a locator that parents can use to keep track of their child.
Tim Cook sent out a letter to employees at Apple reminding them to reflect upon Steve Jobs' legacy, which he left behind after losing a battle with pancreatic cancer two years ago.
Many users are reporting that the motion sensors such as the level, gyroscope, compass, and accelerometer in the iPhone 5s are frequently inaccurate and don't work as well as in other iPhones.
Ha. Samsung got caught artificially creating higher scores for the Galaxy Note 3 on benchmarks when apps are performing the tests in the hope of making the Note 3 look faster than its competitors.