Apple says stolen celeb photos result of ‘very targeted attack,’ insists iCloud is safe

Apple has said its investigation into the recent naked celebrity photo leak shows that accounts were compromised by "a very targeted attack" on user names, passwords and security questions, and was not the result of a broader attack on its…

Apple spells out to developers why it rejects their apps

Although Apple already offers app developers plenty of resources via its iOS Dev Center, reviewers still have to wade through lots of submissions that clearly aren't ready. A newly published page explaining why it sometimes reject apps…

FBI and Apple look into massive celebrity iCloud photo hacking

The FBI and Apple have both confirmed they're investigating an alleged iCloud hack that over the weekend saw private and in many cases highly personal photos and videos of A-list celebrities posted on the Web.

Drone flyover shows Apple’s futuristic ‘spaceship’ campus taking shape

Aerial footage posted on the Web recently by a drone enthusiast shows how construction work on Apple's so-called 'spaceship' campus is coming along, and also reveals the sheer scale of the ambitious project.

Apple inks deals with Amex and others for iPhone 6 mobile payments, report says

Apple has reportedly inked deals with American Express and other financial services firms as part of an expected push into mobile payments with the launch next week of the iPhone 6.

Would you pay $400 for your first iWatch?

As the world waits to see what Apple has in store for us on September 9, the latest rumor swirling around the iWatch is that it will cost $400 (or the equivalent of two Android Wear watches).

Remember when phones actually looked different from one another? Sharp does.

While most phones on sale today look pretty similar to each other, Sharp and Sprint are about to unleash a phone which looks suitably different to truly standout. It's the Aquos Crystal with its edge-to-edge screen, and we need to embrace…

Woz isn’t impressed with smartwatches, but says there’s still hope for Apple’s iWatch

Steve Wozniak says that smartwatches are a tough sell and more of a novelty item, but he thinks Apple's iWatch could change all that. He does want a bigger screen, though.

Apple tightens HealthKit privacy policy in bid to protect users’ health data

Ahead of its imminent launch of iOS 8 and its HealthKit platform, Apple has updated its privacy policy warning health-app developers not to sell or pass on any collected personal data to advertising platforms, data brokers, or information…
Home Theater

NFL Mobile and Sportscenter apps raise the ante for more coverage away from home

The NFL and ESPN today released updated versions of their NFL Mobile and Sportscenter apps respectively giving select subscribers more options to catch live sports and events away from home.

Apple sends out invites to September 9 event — Here comes the iPhone 6!

Apple issued invitations to a press event on September 9. The iPhone 6 and perhaps the iWatch are expected to launch at the event.

How willing are you to sell your privacy for $100 a month?

Luth Research is offering San Diego County residents the opportunity to earn $100 a month in exchange for analysis of their data. Data includes their location, website viewing habits, and search entries, among others.