Apple Announces WWDC 2017: June 5-9 in San Jose

Apple has announced this morning WWDC will take place June 5-9 this year, (more…)

Apple Not Planning to Compete With Amazon Echo, Google Home: Report

Apple is more interested in turning Siri available across all of its devices rather than designing a single device specifically to serve as a Siri machine.

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RBC, Scotiabank Ranked Highest for Embracing Fintech: IDC

RBC and Bank of Nova Scotia lead Canada’s finch efforts according to IDC.

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WhatsApp Status Is a Snapchat Stories Clone with a Twist

Snapchat Stories clone WhatsApp Status launches worldwide.

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iOS 10.3 Beta 3 Download Out, Plus watchOS 3.2, tvOS 10.2, Xcode 8.3

Apple has released new versions of its beta software for developers today.

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First Alto’s Odyssey for iOS Trailer Out; Alto’s Adventure on Sale [VIDEO]

Here’s a teaser clip for the sequel to Alto’s Adventure.

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Apple Seeks to Streamline Global Marketing With TBWA/Media Arts Lab

Apple has gradually been transitioning its big-budget global campaign work in-house over the past few years.

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Air Canada for iOS Gets Major Redesign, 3D Touch, Customized Alerts and More

There’s a new version of Air Canada for iOS, which comes with a new redesign.

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Foxconn Shares Surge Over Upcoming ‘iPhone 8’ Anticipation

Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Company, is the main assembler of Apple’s iconic iPhone.

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Apple Said to Launch iPad Pro 2, Red iPhone 7, 128GB iPhone SE at March Event

With Apple putting the finishing touches on its forthcoming Campus 2 world headquarters, it’s possible that a March media event could be the first-ever hosted at its new “spaceship-shaped” homebase.

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Apple Reportedly Acquires Israeli Facial Recognition Firm RealFace [u]

Apple acquired Israeli startup RealFace for an estimated $2 million.

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Apple Opposes ‘Right to Repair’ Legislation in Nebraska

Apple Opposes ‘Right to Repair’ Legislation in Nebraska, says that it will turn the state into a “mecca” for hackers.

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Apple Continues to Struggle in China, Loses Fourth Place to Xiaomi

Apple has dropped to fifth place in the Chinese smartphone market behind domestic vendors Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi.

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