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Eavesdropping Bug Forces Apple to Disable Walkie-Talkie App

The app contained a vulnerability allowing someone to listen in on your iPhone without consent.

Matthew Humphries

China Is Installing Spyware on Tourists' Phones

The app is forcefully installed at border crossings and collects all your personal information.

iPhone Designer Jony Ive to Leave Apple to Start His Own Firm

'While I will not be an [Apple] employee, I will still be very involved.'

Michael Kan

Bill Gates Claims His 'Greatest Mistake' Was Not Beating Android

The fate of Microsoft's mobile efforts still bothers the company's founder.

Georgina Torbet

Just Because You Can Take a Selfie Doesn't Mean We Want You To

We can all agree that a picture in front of the Parthenon is a fair game, but that post-workout flex? Maybe not.

Jake Leary

Smartphones Have Officially Crushed Digital Cameras

The drop off in camera sales in the last decade is precipitous.

Eric Griffith

Apple Kills iTunes: Everything You Need to Know

With macOS Catalina, Apple is replacing iTunes with three separate apps: Music, TV and Podcasts.

Jason Cohen

Developers File Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple over App Store

The Supreme Court recently ruled that both iPhone owners and iOS developers can bring antitrust lawsuits against Apple over its app store practices.

Michael Kan

Supreme Court Rules Against Apple in App Store Price Fixing Case

The decision paves the way for iPhone owners to sue the company.

Kris Holt

Apple CEO Tim Cook Made One Simple Change to Help Him Avoid iPhone Addiction

He says he doesn't want people to use their phones so much.

Julie Bort

How Big Companies Keep Consumers Happy With Product Micro-Changes (and How You Can, Too)

No, you don't need a major overhaul to keep customers coming back for more. Just ask Apple.

Lucas Miller