Nearly half of all Americans own an iPhone and starting next week they’re going to notice a big change when it comes to privacy settings and digital advertising.
Apple is sprucing up its own product line as it prepares next week’s rollout of a long-awaited software update could hurt other companies by preventing apps from tracking the online activities and whereabouts of iPhone users.
Apple said has reviewed and approved an updated version of Parler that will be available again soon for download from the App Store.
The app is called Just Us, and it allows drivers to alert their contacts with a simple voice command if there’s a potential danger during a traffic stop.
The study found that looking at cancer and neurodegenerative diseases with artificial intelligence could lead to discovering how to alleviate symptoms - or maybe even prevent the diagnosis from happening at all.
Details from more than 500 million Facebook users have been found available on a website for hackers.
In a statement, Facebook said “a technical issue” caused people to have trouble accessing some apps and that it had been resolved.
The dating app is giving 1,000 free mail-in tests to 500 Tinder matches.
A cyberattack has exposed the personal information of 200,000 people connected to Tacoma-based MultiCare Health Systems.
YouTube removed videos from Rudy Giuliani’s account after he posted content that suggested election fraud as well as “content facilitating the use of nicotine,” a spokesperson said Monday.
Apple will reportedly be updating its syringe emoji to mimic what a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine looks like in real life in its latest software release.
A 90-year-old California man took out two ads in the Wall Street Journal, which set him back over $10,000, to let AT&T’s CEO know about his abysmal internet service speed.
As the pandemic raged through the U.S., Microsoft’s business continued chugging ahead and beat Wall Street expectations for the last three months of 2020, powered by ongoing demand for its workplace software and cloud computing services as people worked from home.
Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update to iOS 14.4 ASAP to fix security bugs that may have already been “actively exploited.”
Twitch, a popular streaming platform, said it will disable President Donald Trump’s account “indefinitely” over an “ongoing risk of further incitement of violence.”
GoFundMe joined a growing list of companies cracking down on extremist behavior and rhetoric and is removing numerous fundraisers intended to raise money for travel expenses to events with risk of violence.
CEO John Matze says Big Tech seeking to 'stifle free speech and competition in the marketplace'
"We have always supported diverse points of view being represented on the App Store, but there is no place on our platform for threats of violence and illegal activity," the company said in a statement.
Google Play suspended the Parler app from its store, and Apple has reportedly threatened to do the same if the company does not moderate “objectionable content” within 24 hours.
President Trump is back on Twitter after his account was suspended for twelve hours. Since his return, the President tweeted a video message. First he condemns the attack on the Capitol, then says his focus will now shift to a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power ahead of the new administration being inaugurated.