Facebook is rolling out new tools to help its 5 million active advertisers manage their mobile advertising campaigns better.
The Apple 1 was originally manufactured by Steve Wozniak in Steve Jobs’ garage in Los Altos, California, and only 200 were ever made.
Apple’s iconic retail store on Fifth Avenue in New York City will reopen with a Beats 1 broadcasting booth after being renovated, according to new reports.
The new tags, to be used in all languages for users worldwide, will use third-party fact-checkers to indicate whether news items are true, false or somewhere in-between.
A remote code execution in Broadcom’s Wi-Fi system-on-chip (SoC), if exploited, can allow attackers to compromise smartphone devices.
According to the newest McAfee Threat Report, malware threats to Apple computers grew by a massive 744% in 2016, mostly due to adware.
The ACCC has started legal proceedings against Apple over claims that the company refused to service “Error 53” affected devices which have been previously touched by a third party repairer.
Twitter is rolling out a quicker and lighter version of its main website today in a bid to draw more traffic from regions cursed with sporadic or patchy mobile data networks.
Netflix has changed its five-star rating system, implementing “a simpler and more intuitive” thumbs up or down choice.
The social media giant is rolling out tools to report and curb the spread of “revenge porn,” the sharing of intimate images on the social network.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8+ is one of the most, if not the most, powerful smartphone currently on the market and its battery life was just put to the test.
Facebook recently added a new icon in the shape of a rocket ship on selected users’ home screens without any hint about what to do with it or what it means.