Microsoft announced today that its Edge for Android and iOS will support Single Sign-On (SSO) and conditional access.
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While it appreciates Apple’s stance on privacy, Mozilla is calling on the firm to make a change that would improve customer privacy even further.
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According to a new report, Amazon plans to ship Alexa-powered wireless earbuds in late 2019 to take on Apple’s AirPods.
China isn’t Apple’s only problematic smartphone market. So it’s now offering a 25 percent discount on the iPhone XR in India.
Intel, the supplier for the 5G modems on Apple's 2020 iPhones has reportedly missed multiple deadlines and could possibly delay the 5G iPhone.
I guess the only surprise here is when this would happen. But Microsoft is indeed shutting down the ebook functionality in its Edge web browser.
Apple reportedly adding two-way wireless charging on the next iPhone devices.
Apple has once again cut the price of the iPhone in China. But this time, it's cutting prices on iPads, Airpods, and Macs as well.
Today, Google is killing off Inbox, its simpler interface for Gmail. But instead of addressing this, Google is today celebrating Gmail. Which is terrible.
iFixIt is offering up what it calls an “informed guess” about Apple’s abrupt AirPower cancelation. The organization makes a compelling case.
In an unexpected twist, Apple has canceled its long-delayed AirPower wireless charger, citing quality problems.
This week’s Apple services event was anticlimactic, full of bluster but only vague promises for the most part.
Apple has released a new version of iOS that supports the News+ subscription service and Siri casting capabilities for Apple TV.
Apple is announcing a new game subscription service that gives users access to a catalog of paid games for a monthly subscription.
Don’t get too distracted by Apple’s coming video and news services. The firm’s services ambitions are much, much bigger than that.
Mozilla has announced a new version of its flagship Firefox web browser that is designed specifically for Apple’s iPad.
Apple promises to aggregate content from multiple video services into a single, cohesive user experience. What does that remind me of?
Apple's much-awaited AirPower could finally be releasing, at least according to the latest iOS 12 developer beta.
Call of Duty: Mobile was originally heading only to China, but now the game is getting a worldwide launch, Activision says.
No surprise here, but Netflix confirmed last night that it will not participate in Apple’s coming video service.