Apple carried out an astonishing 11 million battery replacements in 2018 under its $29 USD program, compared to the regular 1 to 2 million.
A German court has thrown out a Qualcomm patent lawsuit in a reversal for the U.S. chipmaker after it won a recent court ban.
A California judge ruled that U.S. law enforcement can’t force people to unlock a mobile phone with biometrics.
Very recently, Apple quietly changed the way the HomePod is counted by Apple Music as a streaming device.
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said that Apple charged $1 billion USD to the company for the work required to make modem chips work with Apple products.
Twitter is launching a new beta program to test out its upcoming features in an attempt reshape how conversations take place on the platform.
Mac shipments declined over the past year, alongside the large majority of other PC vendors.
Apple is expected to take the wraps off three different iPhone models this year, including a successor to the iPhone XR.
Apple Music has released an exclusive short documentary behind actor Rami Malek’s process in becoming Freddie Mercury in the movie Bohemian Rhapsody.
Alipay, the Chinese e-payment giant, will focus on the spending patterns of Chinese tourists, students, and consumers rather than Canadian consumers.
Uber Canada is fighting back against a tax reassessment that says it’s responsible to account for sales tax on rides provided by its drivers.
Samsung’s highly anticipated folding phone has made an incognito appearance at CES 2019 and is pegged to release next month.