Looks like the rumours about Apple releasing new products this week came true. The company released a new 9.7-inch iPad today (more…)
Travis Kalanick is stepping down from Donald Trump’s economic advisory council.
American Express says it is happy with the way mobile payments have launched in Canada.
WhatsApp has reduced spam by 75% after launching end-to-end encryption.
Tim Cook will also have a Q&A session with students at the University of Glasgow next week.
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LG’s UltraFine 5K monitor displays would flicker or freeze when they were within two meters of a wireless router.
The suit claims that Apple forced iPhone users to upgrade to iOS 7, by breaking one of the most used apps on such smartphones, FaceTime.
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Hacker shares cache of files allegedly stolen from forensics company Cellebrite.
Public Mobile’s Twitter went on the offensive after Freedom Mobile suffered U.S. data roaming outages.
Snap made its first public IPO (initial public offering) filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.