Apple is striking back at Koss, which filed a patent infringement lawsuit last month related to AirPods and Beats.
Foxconn is said to have started its annual recruitment drive for factory workers to produce next-generation iPhone models ahead of their launch this fall.
A new profile examines how Apple CEO Tim Cook, with “cautious, collaborative and tactical” leadership, made Cupertino’s tech giant the world’s largest company.
Apple sells wheels for the 2019 Mac Pro for the slightly ridiculous price of $699 USD.
The vulnerable DSP chip “can be found in nearly every Android phone on the planet, including high-end phones from Google, Samsung, LG, Xiaomi, OnePlus, and more.”
An Apple analyst has claimed that one of the camera lens suppliers for the upcoming iPhone 12 models is facing quality issues.
Overall, the new iMac seems to offer some big improvements, specs wise, compared to its predecessor, and looks set to be Apple’s best all-in-one yet.
Wired charging has become incredibly efficient and currently has an efficiency rate of over 95 percent. With wireless charging though, the efficiency is notably worse and as low as 47 percent in some cases.
Microsoft announces that Project xCloud will only be available for Android devices, leaving users questioning the future for an iOS app.
Twitter on Wednesday disclosed a new security vulnerability that may have exposed the direct messages of users who access the service using Android devices.
Samsung unveiled its crop of new mobile devices Wednesday, including two versions of the Note20 smartphone.
Samsung launched a series of Galaxy devices with the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, two tablets with the Galaxy Tab 7 and Galaxy Tab 7 Plus, and wearables with a refreshed Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Buds.