Taylor Swift has just posted an open letter to Apple entitled “To Apple, Love Taylor” explaining why she is holding back her latest album, 1989, from the new Apple Music streaming service.
Apple’s Mastered for iTunes engineering guidelines may soon become the industry standard.
James Dempsey published an article highlighting all of the changes to Apple’s homepage tab all the way back to January 2000.
Warhammer: Snotling Fling by Wicked Witch is Apple’s free iOS app of the week.
TELUS has plans to invest $1 billion in Edmonton to roll out a fibre optic Internet network.
TELUS is again looking to acquire Mobilicity, while Rogers is also said to be in the running.
If you’ve always wanted a remote shutter for your iPhone, the Satechi can do just that.
DxO’s revolutionary pocket-sized DxO ONE camera features a 20.2 MP 1-inch sensor and a high-end f/1.8 lens.
Twitter has introduced two new ways to discover rich and relevant content about products and places.
Apple has been named a recipient of the prestigious Helen Keller Achievement Award by AFB this year.
Taylor Swift’s latest blockbuster will not be available on Apple Music at launch.
Apple says it doesn’t force musicians into Apple Music agreements. The artist is free to opt out if he/she wants.