Apple and its CEO apologize for incident in an Australian Apple Store

Apple and CEO Tim Cook apologized for an incident in a Melbourne, Australia, Apple Store that involved six black teenagers denied entry into the store. Commenters have since pointed to racism as the cause of the incident.

Tim Cook says money will be forgotten by history, thanks to Apple Pay

Apple Pay, Google Pay, and the recently arrived Samsung Pay are heavily invested in transforming digital payments as we know it. Cashless transactions already represent a significant portion of the transaction market.

Get fit, stay fit: Runtastic’s Results app offers on-demand workout videos 0:52

Runtastic's new Results service is a souped-up on-demand platform for both fitness fanatics and those looking to shed a few pounds. Its premium tier features an individualized workout plan and access to the Runtastic community.
Product Review

iPad Pro Review

Apple's iPad Pro doesn't just give you a bigger screen, it gives you a palette.

Keep your iPhone 6 pristine with these 5 screen protectors

One of the most exciting things about the iPhone 6 is the bigger, bolder display. Check out our roundup of the best screen protectors for the iPhone 6, whether you prefer a basic film offering or one made of tempered glass.

Developer behind malware app InstaAgent says there’s nothing to worry about

A third-party Instagram app promising to show who's viewing your profile has been exposed as malware. The app, InstaAgent, steals the supplied login data and sends it to a server, then may attempt to post pictures to your account.

Fallout 4 companion app brings your in-game Pip-Boy to your phone

Bring your Pip-Boy on the go thanks to the Fallout 4 companion app "Fallout Pip-Boy". We went hands-on with the app to show it's features and share our thoughts in this quick video.
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Facebook launches Notify, a standalone iPhone app for breaking news

Facebook has launched Notify, a standalone iOS app that alerts users to breaking news and other stories as notifications. It's launching with a several major outlets, including the Washington Post and CNN.

Apple's iPad Pro is now available in stores, but you'll have to wait for the Pencil

Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro brings desktop-class performance, an amazingly high resolution display, and works with the new Apple Pencil and Smart keyboard accessories. Here are all the specs, price, and availability news.

ColorWare’s $1,600 iPhone 6s Retro recalls the Apple IIe

ColorWare's iPhone 6s and 6s Plus Retro recalls an '80s-era Apple IIe, but isn't cheap -- the 6s starts at $1,600. The new designs come on the heels of the company's limited-edition MacBook Air.

Don’t expect to see an AMOLED screen on an iPhone until at least 2019

AMOLED screens might be good enough for the Apple Watch, but apparently not for the iPhone. Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities believes Apple is likely to use LCD panels on its iPhone for the next few years.

Tim Cook’s not impressed with the UK’s proposed anti-encryption bill

Apple CEO Tim Cook has warned the UK government that forcing companies to add back doors to end-to-end encryption, may have serious consequences. The UK is considering the Investigatory Powers Bill, which includes this rule.