Apple loves iOS and OS X programmers, but isn't above "Sherlocking" apps with ideas that are a little too good. Guess who's on the list this year?
The ASCI finds consumer satisfaction with cable and ISPs is reaching new lows, while smartphones have a satisfaction new leader. (Hint: it's not Apple.)
As the United States signals it's ready to relinquish authority over the Internet's core operations, is ICANN ready to step up and take charge?
Can't keep track of how Samsung and Apple have been duking it out in courts all over the world? Here's a cheat sheet recalling all of the major clashes the two companies have had throughout the last four years.
If Apple and Comcast hook up, will they be able to revolutionize television? Or will the whole thing fall apart over net neutrality and money?
The U.S. government says it plans to give up control of the master keys to the Internet. Is it a smart move that might keep countries like Brazil, India, and Russia from going their own way?
Our devices and data are becoming our memory books, filled with photos, videos, laughs, major events, and important documents. How can we preserve all that? Read on to learn more.
Apple has gone on the record about how it protects your passwords, messages, and data in iCloud and on your iOS devices. Guess what? It's pretty darn secure.
We all know how much personal data we have on our phones and tablets. How many apps put our privacy at risk? Most of them, it turns out. Read on to find out how to better protect yourself.
The Wild West of app stores is changing, and huge corporations are moving in. Can the little guy still find a way to thrive in the complex, crowded market for apps?
Thousands of new top-level Internet domains like .bike and .voting are starting to become available. Will they change how we use the Internet, or are they just a fad?
Lenovo is buying Motorola Mobility from Google for $2.9 billion. But who comes out ahead in this new world, who loses, and does it all mean for the Android ecosystem?
With the acquisition of DeepMind, Google will acquire a whole new set of technologies related to artificial intelligence. But what will it use them for, and should we be concerned?
Adding Internet capabilities to everyday appliances is all the rage, but don't expect to wake up in a science fiction automated home anytime soon.