fast approaching a future whe-re almost every smartphone device will be locked by a fingerprint or some other biometric indicator
But this is the dream: a little world on my wrist.
Needless to say, the gradually waning iPhone sales signals trouble for Apple, and it worries the investors, stakeholders and the sky high expectations of the Wall Street.
Apple Music will get a new interface at the company's developer conference in June,
That means in the U.S., whe-re an individual membership to Apple Music costs $9.99 per month, the student membership will be $4.99 per month instead.
Chinese tech giant Lenovo is investing $500 million in startups after it announced a new fund.
Social media firm cuts access to Dataminr, a service used to identify unfolding terror attacks, political unrest
So big as to be synonymous with the internet itself, the world watched to see how China would respond
The US tech giant Apple has invested $1 billion in Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing. Apple CEO Tim Cook explained the deal as a chance to learn more about the Chinese market.
A report alleging the electric car company exploited workers f-rom eastern Europe to build a high-tech paint shop has prompted Musk to launch an investigation
THE iPhone 7 rumour mill is back in full swing and it looks like Apple will release a third, premium model when the smartphone is released later this year.
The source of the leaked photo is questionable, but it is worth highlighting because the specifications appear to line up with the rumors.
TENSIONS between the super powers are high and the race is on to dominate.
China has unveiled an impressive futuristic ‘uber-bus’ that can carry 1,200 passengers, travels above other vehicles, and aims to end the nation’s notorious traffic jams.
Microsoft has had a rocky few years as it tries to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung in the smartphone world. This week, it looks like the wheels are finally falling off.
PRANKSTERS the Jalal Brothers were warned not to “do a Johnny Depp” and sincerely apologise for a drive-by shooting skit that could have caused fear in the community.
Sometimes you come across some deals that are just too good to pass up, and this might just be one of those occasions.
THE world had a meltdown this morning as Facebook crashed.
Big Brother is listening, and his name is Facebook. The social media giant has never denied that it’s eavesd-ropping on conversations you have in the vicinity of your phone (if the Facebook app is open, that is)