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Just as Steve Jobs had to go through some frustrating years of failure before returning to Apple to turn in around, so too is the Aaron Sorkin Jobs biopic experiencing its fair share of setbacks. Following the recent news that… Read more ›

No matter what the reason, or who was at fault, the collapse in Apple’s relationship with former sapphire supplier GT Advanced Technologies came down to one thing: the latter company wasn’t able to meet Apple’s terms. Now photos published by… Read more ›

iMessage encryption will kill kids, DOJ warns

The U.S. Department of Justice has issued a chilling warning to Apple executives as a response to increased privacy protections added to iOS 8: Children might die because we can’t hack into bad guys’ iMessages. Deputy Attorney General James Cole… Read more ›

5 must-see films destined for the Oscars

Apple took the wraps of WatchKit yesterday and revealed an entirely new font created just for Apple Watch called San Francisco. Designers are heaping praise on the sexy new typeface that condenses at larger sizes to take up less space,… Read more ›

When it comes to the App Store there’s rarely such a thing as a “free” app. If you’re not paying for it upfront you’ll probably get hit up with exorbitant in-app purchase offers later. So in a move to change… Read more ›

A number of Mac users who were experiencing wi-fi connection difficulties with OS X Yosemite have found the problems continue to persist after updating to OS X 10.10.1. The reasons for this are not entirely clear given that OS X 10.10.1 has aimed specifically at improving wi-fi reliability, but some of the traditional troubleshooting steps … Read More

You’ll soon have Beats Music on your iOS device whether you want it or not. Apple is planning to bake the streaming music service into iOS in early 2015, according to The Financial Times. The integration could happen “as early… Read more ›

Every day, we receive countless pieces of paper: Receipts, important notes, and more. Typically, we put those pieces of paper into our pockets and promise ourselves we’ll sort and file them later – but we rarely do. Now you can… Read more ›

Having been an avid Sim City player going back 20+ years, I will never not be excited about a new game in the franchise. EA has just released a new trailer for its upcoming SimCity BuildIt worldwide launch, and it… Read more ›