Twitter continues to place ever-increasing importance on video on its network, and the company has announced a new batch of partners that will bring a host of live-streamed programming to the service.
In what is a major blow for users of the Apple Watch, Google Maps, Amazon, and Ebay have all ended application support for the popular smartwatch.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a note to investors seen by 9to5Mac that Apple will launch a “Siri Speaker” product at WWDC 2017 in June.
Apple is expected to release a report Tuesday morning that shows the company holds over a quarter of a trillion dollars in liquid cash.
Twitter and news network Bloomberg are set to announce a partnership as the social media network looks to launch a 24-hour streaming service with the network being the first content producer.
Qualcomm has sharply cut its Q3 profit forecast, saying it no longer expects any patent-licensing revenue from the iPhone in the current quarter as a result of its increasingly bitter legal battle with Apple.
Apple received a permit in California earlier this month so it could start testing Lexus cars with self-driving technology, and already, Apple has been spotted driving around the Silicon Valley area.
Apple is reportedly partnering with Musical.ly, the popular music video app that lets users create and share their own music videos.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office today published an Apple patent application describing a method to charge iPhones wirelessly with help from Wi-Fi routers.
Apple looks to have some big plans in the coming months for its music and video streaming service.
Twitter is planning to stream live video around the clock through its apps and website, in a move that will establish the social media giant as a 24/7 online broadcaster.
Twitter reported its first revenue decline since the tech firm went public in 2013, a sign that the company still faces an uphill battle to attract advertisers even as it lures in more users.