With Apple implementing a privacy disclosure for apps in its iOS App Store, Google has dragged its feet coming clean about how much it tracks its users.
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Microsoft is making sweeping updates to its productivity apps on mobile, including Outlook, Teams, the previously-announced Microsoft Lens.
Microsoft revealed today that it has rebranded Office Lens mobile app to Microsoft Lens and has created a restyled icon.
One of the key benefits of Apple moving the Mac to its M1 chipset is that users will be able to run iPhone and iPad apps natively.
No code/low code environments like Microsoft’s Power Platform are all the rage these days, so it’s no surprise that Google has one as well.
Apple didn’t just post record revenues in the most recent quarter, it outperformed Microsoft by an over 2-to-1 margin. What the heck is going on here?
In a post aimed at its advertising customers, Google explains how Apple’s new app store privacy requirements will impact their businesses.
Last week, I explained how I managed my work-related documents and other files. This week, I’m thinking about something even more important.
Apple’s well-trained customer base showed up as expected in the wake of Christmas 2020, spending $1.8 billion on App Store purchases that week alone.
I strongly recommend that enthusiasts not give personal technology gifts to their spouses and partners. Yes, I routinely ignore this advice myself.
Apple hasn’t officially announced this yet, but there are multiple reports that the new iOS 14.x privacy prompt is starting to appear in some apps.
Following in the footsteps of Amazon Luna, Google Stadia is now available on iPhone and iPad in Progressive Web App (PWA) form.
Microsoft announced today that it has added two new features---screen time pausing and purchase requests---to its Xbox Family Settings App.
Apple originally announced that its Fitness+ subscription service would launch by the end of 2020, and today it revealed that it will make good on that promise.
Apple has acknowledged widespread problems with the displays on iPhone 11 handsets and says that it will replace them for free.
Smartphone makers sold 360 million units in the third quarter of 2020, a decline of 3.6 percent compared to the 373.7 million sold in the year-ago quarter.
NVIDIA is using a web-based client to bypass Apple’s terrible app store policies for its GeForce NOW game streaming service.
Google announced a major redesign of its Google Pay app on Android and iOS that provides better functionality and security.
Thanks to the 2020 lineup, I’ve gone through what I call the 7 Stages of Pixel Grief: Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Anger, and Resignation.
With multiple threats of antitrust action looming against it, Apple has finally bowed to common sense and is lowering its App Store fees for developers.
Last week, Google announced that it was discontinuing free, unlimited photo storage in its Google Photos service, enraging fans.
You may have heard that “perfect is the enemy of good,” and on that note, I’ve come up with a similar phrase for digital photography: Inconsistency is the enemy of reliable.
Apple has released iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, tvOS 14.2, watchOS 7.1, and HomePod 14.2, delivering many fixes and a few new features.
Apple significantly improved its best-selling iPhone model this year with a new design, a superior display, and 5G connectivity.
Apple’s new family of subscription services bundles, called Apple One, is now available, though Fitness+ won’t arrive until December.
I wasn’t expecting to write more about the iPhone 12 ahead of my review, but there are several issues that I feel require more discussion.