Apple is in the hot seat following reports it ignores its own privacy settings and collects a massive amount of user data.
Google has agreed to a record-breaking settlement in a privacy suit brought by 40 states over how the company tracks users.
MediaTek, one of the world’s leading smartphone chipmakers, is open to the possibility of moving away from Taiwan, at least ‘incrementally.’
Microsoft is continuing its commitment to providing customers self-repair options, with the Surface Pro 9 marking a major change.
Apple is warning that new COVID restrictions and lockdowns in China will have a negative impact on iPhone 14 shipments.
Apple is ramping up its iPhone manufacturing in India, with Taiwanese firm Pegatron now assembling the devices in-country.
Qualcomm has warned of weaker profits as a result of major headwinds in the broader smartphone industry.
The area around Foxconn’s “iPhone City” plant has been locked down as a result of an increase in COVID cases.
Apple is rumored to be taking a step fans have clamored for — bringing a version of macOS to the iPad Pro.
Microsoft is getting into the app store game with an Xbox mobile gaming store that will challenge Apple and Google.
After years of rumors and hopes, it appears Apple may be planning to release a foldable device in 2024.
On the heels of news that Android bypasses VPNs and leaks data, developers have discovered that iOS 16 does even worse.
Famed VPN company Mullvad has found that Android circumvents VPNs and leaks data, raising privacy implications.
Apple is preparing the next update to iPadOS and is reportedly releasing it the week of October 24.
Android apps continue to be a privacy nightmare, with 1 in 2 apps on the Google Play Store sharing user data with third parties.
The European Parliament has finalized the adoption of USB-C for charging small and mid-sized devices, including Apple’s iPhone.
Microsoft is killing off its SwiftKey predictive keyboard for iOS, with plans to remove it from the App Store as of October 5.
Intel has made it clear that it wants Apple back as a customer, despite Apple moving full speed ahead with its own chips.
The Google Plays Store has a problem, with more Android apps abandoned in the last six months than those updated.
Cloudflare has scored an industry first, launching the first zero trust eSIM for mobile devices in the BYOD era.