The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today sued to block Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of chip designer Arm, citing competitive concerns.
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Apple today announced its 2021 App Store Award winners across iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and Apple Arcade.
Anyone with an Android phone who engages in text messaging with iPhone users has experienced the frustration.
Apple today announced a Self Service Repair program that will allow its customers to repair their own Apple devices using genuine parts and tools.
Today, Apple announced a new offering called Business Essentials, a subscription for small businesses with up to 500 employees.
Samsung credited better-than-expected demand for its foldables and other devices for a surprisingly strong quarter.
Apple has made three changes to its App Store policies for developers related to an August settlement with U.S.-based developers.
The Netherlands antitrust authority has ruled that Apple’s in-app payment system requirements must be changed.
Japan's Fair Trade Commission announced that it is investigating Apple and Google for abusing their dominance in the smartphone market.
You don’t hear a lot about iWork---Keynote, Pages, and Numbers---these days, but Apple just announced a major update to the suite.
Apple’s iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 aren't dramatic visual or functional updates like their predecessors, but Google is ready on day one.
As promised, several of Apple’s most important software platforms are getting major updates today after three months of testing.
This week’s Apple event was typical in that it was big on hyperbole, but it was also atypical in that there wasn’t much big news.
Well, it’s not a leap year. Instead, Apple has announced evolutionary updates to its iPhone, Watch, and iPad product lines.
Epic is appealing the verdict because it wants Apple branded as a monopolist, which would open it up to federal antitrust regulation.
Germany has asked the EU to require Apple, Samsung, and other phone makers to provide updates and replacement parts for seven years.
Microsoft Start is a new personalized news feed that will be available across mobile, web, Windows 10, Windows 11, and Microsoft Edge.
The dominos keep falling. Thanks to a JFTC ruling, Apple will now allow so-called “reader apps” to have in-app links to the developer’s websites.
Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah are bringing state IDs and driver’s licenses to Apple Wallet.
I appreciate many Apple and Google products and services, but their stance on mobile app store fees isn’t just wrong, it’s a lie.
South Korea has a new law that will require Apple and Google to offer third-party payment methods to developers.
The market researchers at IDC predict that smartphone unit sales will grow 7.4 percent overall in 2021 to about 1.37 billion units.
Apple has agreed to fix audio issues in some iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models manufactured through April 2021 for free.
Apple has settled a class-action lawsuit brought against it by app developers and will now let them communicate with their own customers.
South Korea may have found a solution to one aspect of Google’s and Apple’s respective app store monopolies, and it’s a great idea.
Every year, Apple promises a bonanza of new features across its platforms at WWDC. And almost every year, at least some of them are delayed.
Microsoft has partnered with Waze to provide a Halo Infinity-inspired theme for the driving app complete with Warthog and Ghost vehicles.