Netflix and Apple have found a way to play nice with one another, now that the streaming giant has agreed to let viewers watch certain Netflix titles directly from the Apple TV app. There is one pretty big caveat, however.
Texting while driving is a problem that a California resident believes Apple can minimize, but will not do, with a lock-out mechanism for the iPhone. This belief is at the center of a lawsuit against the company.
Following a monumentally successful launch on iOS in late 2016, Nintendo's Super Mario Run is set to debut on Android handsets around the world starting in March. Nintendo may be hoping for a higher buy rate than before though.
Everyone likes 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…
Twitter is killing off its “buy” button as it moves away from ecommerce for good. The feature never really took off on the platform despite mobile-commerce features gaining traction on the likes of Messenger and Pinterest.
According to Windows Central, sources have confirmed that Minecraft: Pocket Edition will no longer receive updates on Windows Mobile devices. Microsoft purchased developer Mojang in 2014 for $2.5 billion.
The Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe UX490 laptop has appeared on the company's website after making a brief appearance at CES 2017 earlier this month. The device will be served up with the Intel Core i5-7200U or the Core i7-7500U processor.
Thinking of integrating more tech than tradition into your wedding? You're not alone, according to a recent interview with The Knot. A third of all weddings are now high tech while nearly 90 percent of couples plan with their smartphone.
Looks like Google is buying (part of) Twitter after all. The companies have announced that Google will acquire Twitter's developer products, including the likes of Fabric, which owns and operates Crashlytics.
Google has launched a referral plan for Project Fi that will give customers a cool $20 for each person they persuade to sign up. Not only that, since Google's feeling generous, the person who signed up will get $20, too.