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Google enshrines the bottom navigation bar in its Material Design spec sheet.
Even bloggers can now sign up to publish content to Apple's clipboard-like Apple News app.
Not even close. Why? NVM totally upsets existing storage stacks - and the Mac OS stack is creakier than most. Here's why.
The iPhone maker slammed the Justice Dept. in a court filing on Tuesday, saying the ruling violates the Constitution.
Could these sketchy images offer a glimpse of Apple's next iPhone? Sources in China are claiming so. Caution: Rumors ahead.
Take one leaked iPad case, reverse-engineer an iPad design and what do you get? Just maybe: A glimpse into the hardware that Apple plans to introduce on March 21.
The Justice Dept. was poised to launch a public relations campaign in an effort to pull at the public heartstrings of those who suffered as a result of the San Bernardino shootings.
New spy video and photographs may reveal what turns out to be Apple's latest to be announced handset.
The US Justice Department may seek a lawsuit against WhatsApp to force it to break its own encryption.
A leak which claims to show a schematic of the upcoming iPhone 7 suggest that Apple plans on retaining much of the design of the iPhone 6/6S.
With the impending launch of a smaller iPhone and a new iPad, Apple is no longer making painful sacrifices at the altar of simplicity.
This week in iOS saw big numbers for the Apple TV, a date was set for the next Apple event, and a patent shows the Apple Watch coming to your rescue.
Apple is preparing to take the wraps off its next budget smartphone, believed to be the "iPhone SE", in March. We have rounded up the latest rumors to see what's expected.
A review of the most useful iOS apps to help you in your daily lives and on the road.
A filing from the US Department of Justice has attempted to use Apple's wealth, power over iOS and iPhones, and its behaviour in other countries to counter Cupertino's backdoor claims.
The company's attorneys said some of the Justice Dept.'s arguments are like "throwing pasta on a wall and hoping something sticks."
The iPhone and iPad maker is expected to release new products at the event in California.
Here's how to quickly and easily discover which apps are sucking at your MacBook's battery the most.
A new patent application describes using Apple Watch sensors to detect emergencies and summon help when the wearer cannot do so.
Eddy Cue has said in an interview with Univision that if the FBI wins its case against Apple, there is nothing to stop the precedent being used to extend government surveillance.