Microsoft may launch its mobile keyboard on multiple platforms, starting with the iPhone

Microsoft is apparently bringing its popular Word Flow keyboard to other third-party platforms in the next few months, starting with the iPhone. The keyboard will compete with other third-party options, including SwiftKey, Fleksy, and iOS…

Weekly Rewind: Goodbye to Bowie, Braille Kindles, smart guns, and more

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…

Check out these 5 cool new apps for iOS and Android

Apps are a dime a dozen and it's hard picking new ones to try -- so we've done it for you. Check out these five apps of the week, ranging from a productivity app to a slick news reader that just landed on Android.

Apple working on fix for battery percentage update issue for iPhone 6S and 6S Plus

If you’ve manually set the time and date on your iPhone 6S or 6S Plus and notice that the battery percentage is no longer updating properly, Apple knows about the issue. An official fix isn't available yet.

Apple will kill free iTunes Radio on January 29, pushes listeners to pay for Apple Music

Apple is doing away with its free, ad-supported iTunes Radio music service on January 29. If anyone wants to listen to Apple-owned online radio stations for free, Beats 1 will be their only choice.

Jeb Bush just discovered the Apple Watch can make phone calls

Bush only recently found out that the Apple Watch does, in fact, make calls. And how can you call yourself an Apple superfan if you don't even have all your product specs straight?

Goodbye wires: Apple said to be working on wireless earbuds for the iPhone 7

Evidence has been building for some time that the iPhone 7 will drop the headphone jack in favor of a single Lightning connection, and now it seems Apple may be working on wireless earbuds to replace the company's wired EarPods.

Analyst claims iOS device sales finally surpassed Windows PCs in 2015

According to one analyst, Apple's total iOS device sales might have surpassed Windows PC sales in 2015 for the first time. The continued rise of iPhone sales appears to be the main factor, with a prediction of 300 million sold in 2015.

Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly lashes out at the Obama administration on encryption, privacy

End-to-end encryption is a hot topic in the tech world right now, and Apple's CEO Tim Cook is not shy is taking a stance against it -- even if it's against the federal government.
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Apple could make a play for Time Warner to jumpstart TV streaming service

It has often been rumored that Apple would like to launch a TV streaming service. Sources familiar with the matter say that Apple could be mulling over a purchase of Time Warner, which could help make that a reality.

Apple is snapping up medical professionals

There are several job listings and recent hires that hint to a health-related product or service Apple could be working toward, and we're not quite sure if it's the rumored Apple Watch 2.

All the top Apple analysts are predicting lower iPhone sales

Apple analysts aren't confident with the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus going into 2016, after reports of suppliers growing iPhone stock over the past two months. Some are predicting the first decline in sales since the start of the iPhone.