Among the must-see technology conventions to visit are the Cloud Expo in New York, E3 2014 in Los Angeles, MacWorld/iWorld and Dreamforce in San Francisco and South by Southwest in Austin.
Apple will refund at least $32.5 million to consumers to settle a federal case involving purchases that kids made without their parents’ permission while playing on mobile apps, the government announced Wednesday.
One thing is clear: both Siri and Now need to spend a lot more time hitting the books.
If you’ve been using your iPhone with Apple’s upgraded iOS7 operating system and feeling a bit queasy, you’re not alone.
Chris continues to cover all the details in the dispute over Obamacare and funding the government, and New Jersey’s impending doctors shortage. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Comedian Chris Kattan, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece to preview this week’s Eagles matchup in Denver.
The iPhone 5s will know you by your fingerprint — no more passcodes. And the 5c in a plastic case is a cheaper alternative, going for $99. The 5s starts at $199.
There are some important steps to take before you take the plunge.
Apple’s forthcoming flagship iPhone — the 5S — will be out next Friday, and it’s going to let your finger do the unlocking in place of a passcode.
Chris reviews President Obama’s speech on Syria and Hillary Clinton’s reception of the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center. He also talks to John Hayward from Human Events, foreign policy expert Danielle Pletka, and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Samsung has beaten its chief rival Apple to the punch by unveiling a smartwatch. It’s called the Galaxy Gear.
Most employers, like Apple, and probably yours, have a policy that says they will search anything you carry with you onto the premises.
Apple Inc. broke antitrust laws and conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices significantly in spring 2010, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, citing “compelling evidence” from the words of the late Steve Jobs.
Calling all cell phone thieves: SEPTA police “got your number.”
If you have an iPhone or iPad, there are reports that a new look will be coming to the interface that you touch and swipe every day.
When Apple launched its iTunes music store a decade ago amid the ashes of Napster, the music industry — reeling from the effects of online piracy — was anxious to see how the new music service would shake out.