The updates set up users for the 64-bit future of macOS.
With the imminent launch of Apple's news and video services, a picture of Apple's strategy is beginning to emerge and it's not so pretty.
Apple reported to launch its new video service in April or May, without Netflix, Hulu, and possibly HBO
Apple is going to have trouble getting its service off the ground without the biggest names in streaming.
After TechCrunch outed a Facebook app that was collecting data by circumventing the App Store, Apple blocked the company from running internal iOS apps.
Facebook has been paying volunteers money each month to install an app on their phone called ‘Facebook Research’ according to a report from TechCrunch. This application watches and records activity and actions on a phone and sends that information back to Facebook.
A report from Cheddar says that Apple is planning to launch a new premium subscription service for video games that will function like Netflix.
Apple's Airplay 2 and HomeKit tech will be in many 2019 smart TVs, but what about the TV you already own?
Most of the big TV vendors have announced support for Apple's AirPlay and HomeKit technology in their 2019 TVs. Vizio is going back and adding support to its 2017 and newer models.
Apple is killing its second attempt at a music-focused social network because nobody wants it.
AMD has refreshed and upgraded their premiere software suite with a bevy of new features ahead of 2019.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) will offer customers Apple Pay in January, it announced today.
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