North Dakota Bill May Force Alternate App Stores

North Dakota has introduced a bill that would force Apple, as well as Google, to allow alternate app stores on their platforms.

Apple May Let Users Set Default Music and Podcast Apps

Apple may be preparing to allow users to select their default music and podcast apps, according to reports on the iOS 14.5 beta.

iOS 14 iMessage Has a Major Security Upgrade

iMessage in iOS 14 has a major upgrade over previous versions, taking security to an all-new level.

iPhone and iPad Users Should Run Software Update immediately

iPhone and iPad user should run Software Update immediately and install the latest operating system (OS) version, according to Apple.

Google Hasn’t Updated iOS Apps Possibly to Avoid Privacy Labels

It’s been a month and a half since Apple introduced privacy labels, and Google has yet to updates many of its iOS apps to support the feature.

Apple Kills Sideloading iOS Apps On macOS

Apple has made modifications to prevent users from sideloading iOS apps on the new M1 Macs.

Microsoft Planning a Web-Based Universal Version of Outlook

Microsoft is planning on consolidating Outlook for Windows and the Mac, providing a single version based on web technologies.

Security Firm Corellium Wins Copyright Battle Against Apple

A federal judge has sided with Corellium in the case Apple brought against it, ruling the company’s software met the burden of “fair use.”

AWS Adds EC2 Mac Instances

AWS has added EC2 Mac instances, providing a new way for developers to harness macOS for their workflows.

If Your Mac Was Buggy Today, Blame Gatekeeper

Mac users reported a slew of issues earlier today, with non-Apple apps locking up, behaving sluggishly and failing to launch.

Google Play Store the Primary Source of Android Malware

A new study has determined the Google Play Store is the prime way Android malware is distributed.

General Motors Adding 3,000 Tech Jobs

General Motors is planning to add 3,000 tech jobs in the near future to support its software and vehicle initiatives.

Apple to Start Requiring Privacy Labels on App December 8

Apple is moving forward with its requirement that app developers include a privacy label with new app submissions, beginning December 8.

YouTube.com Restores iOS Picture-in-Picture Compatibility

YouTube.com has restored iOS picture-in-picture (PiP) functionality after disabling it in September.

Apple App Store Creates 300,000 Jobs During Pandemic

Apple has released figures about the iOS App Store and revealed it has created 300,000 new jobs since the coronavirus pandemic began.

Verizon CEO: We Are Building A Transformative 5G

What’s important is that we are building a transformative 5G says Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. It will have the ultra-wideband that nobody else has with the highest speeds in the world on 5G. Then we are going to have 5G nationwide in the second half.

Facebook Issue Took Down High-Profile iOS Apps

An issue with Facebook had far-reaching consequences, taking down some of the biggest names in iOS apps.

Flutter Can Now Be Used to Create Ubuntu Linux Apps

Canonical and Google have partnered to add Linux as one of the target platforms for the Flutter framework.

iOS 14 Outs Major Apps For Snooping On Users

iOS 14 has a number of significant privacy improvements, one of which has been a source of embarrassment for several high-profile apps.

WWDC 2020 Part 3: macOS Big Sur

Apple unveiled the next version of macOS, named “Big Sur.” The design of the OS features a number of refinements.