Cincinnati Policeman Fired for Using an AirTag to Stalk Ex

Cincinnati policeman Darryl Tyus has been fired for using an AirTag to stalk his ex, believed to be a sheriff’s deputy.

New 15.5-Inch MacBook Air Could Arrive Early Next Year

Apple’s most popular laptop could be getting a major upgrade, with a 15.5-inch version believed to be arriving early next year.

Microsoft May Build ‘Super App’ to Fight Apple/Google Search Deal

Microsoft is reportedly looking to build a “super app” in an effort to fight Apple and Google’s search deal and mobile dominance.

Supreme Court Kills Apple’s Attempt to Overturn Qualcomm’s Patents

The United States Supreme Court has killed Apple’s efforts to overturn Qualcomm’s patents, ending the iPhone maker’s long-standing legal battle.

Skilled Labor: The Next Supply Chain Issue for Chipmakers

The last two years have been difficult for the semiconductor industry, but chipmakers are facing one of their biggest challenges yet: a skilled labor shortage.

WhatsApp Experiments With Limiting Forward to Group Chats

WhatsApp is experimenting with a feature that would limit how many times messages could be forwarded to group chats.

Tim Cook: ‘We’re Not Against Digital Advertising’

Tim Cook has set the record straight that Apple is not against digital advertising, it simply wants to give consumers more control.

Dropbox (Finally) Brings Native M1 Mac Support

Dropbox has finally added native support for Apple’s M1 processor, months after botching its response and angering users.

France the Latest Country to Crack Down on Google Analytics

France is the latest country to crack down on Google Analytics, over concerns it violates the GDPR the EU’s privacy legislation.

iPhone Face ID in iOS15.4 Will Work With Masks

iPhone users are about to get a major upgrade, with iOS 15.4 allowing them to unlock their devices using Face ID with a mask on.

LastPass: Master Passwords Not Compromised

Popular password manager LastPass says master passwords are safe, despite many users believing otherwise.

Judge Denies Apple a Stay on App Store Changes Pending Appeal

The judge in Apple’s case versus Epic has denied the company a stay on implementing court-ordered App Store changes until appeals are exhausted.

Apple Settles With Developers, Loosens App Store Rules

Apple has settled a class action lawsuit with developers and, in the process, agreed to major changes to how the App Store operates.

Some M1 MacBook Screens Cracking

Some Macs users are reporting M1 MacBooks with easily cracked screens.

Apple Hits $2.5 Trillion Market Capitalization

Apple hit another major milestone, becoming the first US company to cross the $2.5 trillion valuation.

iPad Pro Models With Larger Screens May Be Coming

Apple is working on an all-new iPad Pro design with an even larger screen, if reports are to be believed.

Wedbush: Epic’s ‘Risky Path’ Unlikely to Prevail Against Apple

Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives has weighed in on the Apple vs Epic court case, and he believes Apple will come out on top.

Apple News Could Account for $2.2 Billion and 19 Million Users by 2023

Investment bank Cowen is predicting Apple News+ will account for $2.2 billion in revenue and have some 19 million users by 2023.

Apple Rejecting Apps that Use Fingerprinting SDKs

Apple has begun rejecting apps that use software development kits (SDKs) that engage in fingerprinting.

Siri May Soon Whisper and Shout

Apple may be on the verge of a significant improvement to Siri, giving the virtual assistant the ability to whisper or shout depending on circumstances.