With concerns about user privacy at peak, thanks to the Cambridge Analytica scandal that broke out a few months back, members of the U.S. Congress are now bringing Internet giants like Google and Apple into the purview of their investigations.
Since the release of Apple’s iPhone X, the new biometric-kid on the block is called Face ID.
Apple confirmed that its iCloud services in mainland China will be operated by a Chinese company in February 2018. The tech giant is complying with Chinese cyber security rules, introduced in July last year, which include a requirement for companies…
As lawsuits mount over apple’s deliberate slow-down of old handsets, the company plans to replace all batteries in iPhone 6 devices and later.
Google was recently slapped with a $2.71 billion fine by the European Commission’s antitrust comity. Google allegedly used unfair means to gain an advantage over it’s competitors in its shopping comparison service, often relegating other services to no higher than page…
The new Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is in stores world-wide today but counterfeit versions have already been on sale in southern China.
Just when Mac users thought their systems were virtually virus proof, a team of hackers has just announced the development of the world’s first firmware worm that can break through Apple’s legendary security.
There are plenty of players in the smartphone market, but there’s only one king making the big money—and that’s Apple.
Whenever technology goes wrong, the first thing you should normally do is “restart your device,” which, in most cases, will fix the issue.
Calm down folks. It’s a joke. I know how you all love your portable Apple computers. I used to be a Mac lover myself. And then I grew brave enough to venture out and explore other types of computers.