Apple Rolls Out Its Next Big Software ImprovementsApple rolled out its new software features for its smartwatch and its streaming TV device after a moment of silence for the victims in the Orlando massacre.
Apple's Next Big Challenge: Making Siri SmarterAmid growing competition, Apple's next challenge may be to make Siri smarter.
Romero Britto Drops Lawsuit Against AppleA federal lawsuit against Apple Inc. and a design firm filed by Miami artist Romero Britto has been dropped.
Detroit's Automakers, Sensing A Threat, Embrace MobilityFor Detroit, the days of simply making cars are over.
Warren Buffett's Company Buys 9.8 Million Apple SharesWarren Buffett's company bought 9.8 million shares of Apple - something that may lead investors to question his long-standing aversion to tech stocks.
Apple Turns 40, Flies Pirate Flag Outside HQ In Steve Jobs' MemoryApple turned 40 on Friday and hung a pirate flag outside of their California headquarters after co-founder Steve Jobs once determined that it was "better to be a pirate than join the Navy."
US Hacks iPhone, Ends Legal Battle But Questions LingerThe controversial legal fight between the Obama administration and tech giant Apple Inc. has ended.
How The FBI Might Hack Into An iPhone Without Apple's HelpFederal investigators that have insisted they have no other choice than for Apple to help them hack a phone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters may have another option.
FBI Might Have Way To Unlock Attacker's iPhone Without AppleThe FBI revealed it may have a way to unlock the iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino terror attack without Apple's help.
Apple Starts Busy Week With New iPhone Launch Amid a busy week, Apple presented their fancier iPhone meant to replace a similar-sized model released back in 2013.
iOS Update Tells Users When Employers Are Accessing Your PhoneThey pay you, let you dress casual on Friday's and surround the workplace with inspirational quotes that have subliminally been the driving force behind your entire career.
Apple Asks Judge To Vacate Order On Locked iPhoneApple Inc. has asked a federal magistrate to revers an order that would force the company to help the FBI hack a locked iPhone - saying the government is seeking "dangerous power" through the courts.