Best app deals of the day! 10 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
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WeChat Enterprise could be the app to take down Slack

It looks like Slack is about to go to battle. WeChat has finally launched its take on an office chat app, called WeChat Enterprise. The app is being dubbed by fans as WeSlack, and offers a number of interesting features.

NYPD sides with FBI in the war against unbreakable encryption

The New York Police Department wants legislation that would weaken encryption and allow access into criminal's phones for investigations. But a new poll found that Americans trust tech companies more than the government to keep their data…

Is this a sign that new 12-inch MacBooks are about to arrive?

Best Buy supposedly no longer has the 12-inch MacBook in stock, seemingly backing up rumors that a new version will arrive by late April. The store also has the MacBook Air on sale, indicating that new updated units may arrive soon too.

When is WWDC 2016? Siri says Apple’s big show kicks off June 13

Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference is set to run from June 13-17 in San Francisco, according to Siri. WWDC is sure to be packed with some exciting news, including iOS 10, OS X 10.12, and more. Here's everything you need to know.

Rumors suggest the Apple Car won’t be born in America

The Apple Car may be undergoing development at a secret lab in Berlin, according to a report out of Germany. That's contrary to previous hints that development work would take place in the U.S.

Taylor Swift releases yet another ad for Apple

Taylor Swift is a chameleon, and fans just can't get enough. It's been a busy week for the pop princess, who proved that she can be a cover girl for Vogue and an emo princess in a new Apple Music ad in the space of just a few…

Apple: Government fails to show that assistance is ‘necessary’

Apple has responded to a Justice Department's letter which said that it needed the Cupertino company's help in unlocking an iPhone in a New York case. Apple says the government hasn't shown evidence that it requires the firm's assistance.

This app warns you and your friends when you’re on the verge of a splurge

Need a new app for your financial life? Here's one that will help you save money by warning you when you enter a store you frequent too much. Your friends will also get a notification, so they can help you avoid temptation.

Apple Car rumor roundup: Here’s everything you need to know about ‘Project Titan’

Apple is almost undoubtedly working on its very first passenger car, but official details are unsurprisingly scarce. We’ve compiled all the relevant rumors and evidence about the forthcoming vehicle here.

Who's the copycat now? Apple's iPhone 7S may boast a curved AMOLED screen

Apple's iPhone 7 isn't out yet, but iPhone 7S rumors are already heating up the internet. Here's everything you need to know about the iPhone 7S, including rumors that it'll have an AMOLED screen and a glass back.