Dr. Dre and Apple have spoken out in light of the controversy surrounding assault allegations that were glossed over in Straight Outta Compton, the N.W.A. biopic. Dre issued an apology to "the women [he's] hurt."
Once riding a very high wave, it was only a matter of time until Apple crashed back down to Earth. Unfortunately, that time appears to be now, as its share price has plummeted 8.5 percent for the week.
The One Song Workout app lets you pick your favorite track from your iTunes library and makes a workout to match the beat. Music makes high-intensity interval training seem a little easier, and switching it up curbs boredom.
Reports say Apple planned to mass produce a large screen iPad in late 2014, but considerable iPhone 6 demand has reportedly delayed the launch. It's unknown when it will make its debut, but that doesn't stop the rumors flowing.
Jeb Bush spoke up in favor of the NSA, saying he would support its expansion. He also criticized tech companies for not providing access to encrypted data. He argued that data collection helps keep Americans safe.
Sony has announced the SmartBand 2, the sequel to its original fitness band, that comes with several new features including a heart rate monitor, plus a new strap design. It's ready to go on sale in September.
SwiftKey analyzed user data to see which emoji are most popular in each state of the U.S. and got some entertaining results. Vermont uses the poop emoji more than any other state, and California is a fan of the taxi emoji.
The Apple Music Festival will replace Apple's iTunes Music Festival, staring this September. The 10-day festival will include performances from Pharrell Williams, One Direction, Florence + The Machine, and more.
A new MusicWatch study suggests that many Apple Music users may leave the streaming service behind once their free trial ends. The survey found that 61 percent of users had turned off the auto-renew feature in their account.
Apple's patent case against Samsung suffered another blow as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office declared that one of the company's patents is invalid. Samsung may not have to pay Apple as much money in damages.
Apple Pay is growing rapidly, so we've built a list of all the vendors, retailers, and companies that plan to support Apple Pay or already do. Plus, we've integrated details on its forthcoming international launch.