A leaked internal document from the Cupertino company lists select MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, AirPort Express, and iPhone models to become obsolete.
In an interview with Bloomberg Canada, Wozniak mentions that he believes Apple will not be the source of the next big idea, but that will actually come from eccentric entrepreneur, Elon Musk.
ARM has unveiled its next-generation CPU cores, the Cortex-75 and the Cortex-A55 at Computex, a computer expo held annually in Taipei, Taiwan.
Lisa Bridgett, 45, was midway through a phone call when Salman Abedi detonated a bomb killing 22 people, injuring dozens others and sending a steel nut hurtling towards her head.
According to new reports, the iPhone will use optical fingerprint scanning to enable a user to place their finger directly onto the screen to unlock the device
While it’s no secret that Apple manufactures some pretty expensive products, especially their line up premium MacBooks, it’s important to look at the benefit from paying such an amount: the best reliability and tech support.
Twitter launched its very first streaming app on Apple TV last year with the promise of Thursday Night Football and live sports, and now it’s expanding its television repertoire with even more live content: 360-degree videos.
The Royal College of Art in London has appointed Apple’s chief design officer Sir Jony Ive as its new chancellor, taking over from previous chancellor Sir James Dyson.
A couple of members of the German Chaos Computer Club (CCC) show in a newly released video how to fool the Galaxy S8’s iris scanner with a digital photograph, an office printer and a contact lens.
Facebook is updating the features of Live, the platform for live video streams on the social network; with the newest iteration of the feature, users will find two new features: Live Chat With Friends and Live With.
Apple on Wednesday released a free college-level computer coding course designed to teach students how to create apps, a move that’s part of the company’s push to highlight its role in the U.S. economy.
Microsoft announced Tuesday a long-awaited upgrade to its Surface Pro series of high-end tablet PCs, dropping the number from the name and adding Kaby Lake processors, more minutes on a charge and a few dollars to the price tag.