“Steve Jobs” premieres in theaters October 9.
The Beats 1 radio station launched Tuesday, and just before 6 p.m. listeners took to Twitter saying they were seeing error messages instead of hearing music.
It turns out that iPhone personal assistant Siri is literally and metaphorically heartless.
Tech companies strutted their pride Sunday as Apple, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Uber and hundreds other high-tech employees came out in full force for the 45th Annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco.
This weekend’s big Pride Parade may be in San Francisco, but that didn’t stop Silicon Valley leaders from (digitally) waiving the rainbow flag in support of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling ending bans on same-sex marriage.
Apple pulled Civil War games from the App Store Thursday, joining other U.S. companies that have already banned the sale of any Confederate flag merchandise in reaction to last week’s shooting massacre at a black church in Charleston.
Apple says it’s bowing to concerns raised by pop superstar Taylor Swift. The giant tech company now plans to pay royalties to artists and record labels during a free, three-month trial of its new streaming music service.
With Apple and other tech giants releasing smartwatches, universities in Australia have placed bans on the wearable technology, fearing the devices could be used to cheat on final exams.
Brandon Moss won’t have to go shopping and buy high-tech gadgets for his teammates after all.
Flushing toilets may not be the most glorious indicator of women rising in tech, but it’s certainly one to celebrate.