Sheriffs are rallying to get Google to shut down a police-tracking feature in its Waze app

Sheriffs are rallying to get Google to shut down a police-tracking feature in its Waze app

Waze, which was purchased by Google for upwards of $966 million in 2013, is a popular app that provides real-time information regarding traffic and conditions out on the road. It also features a way to keep tabs on police officers out on the road, too.

Angela Ahrendts reportedly wants to send some U.S. Apple Store employees to China

Angela Ahrendts reportedly wants to send some U.S. Apple Store employees to China

Apple has eyes on China, and plans on continuing its own growth in the region for the foreseeable future. That extends to some U.S.-based Apple Store employees, too.

Stanford’s ‘Developing iOS 8 apps with Swift’ lessons now available in iTunes U

Stanford’s ‘Developing iOS 8 apps with Swift’ lessons now available in iTunes U

Apple’s Swift programming language, which was unveiled by the company not too long ago, has reportedly seen “unprecedented growth” by some individuals tasked with looking at that sort of thing.

Apple is shutting down legacy TestFlight as it focuses on iTunes Connect integration

Apple is shutting down legacy TestFlight as it focuses on iTunes Connect integration

In the early part of 2014, Apple officially purchased a company called Burstly, the development company that had constructed the app beta testing service known as TestFlight.

MasterCard is bringing Apple Pay to the PGA Tour

MasterCard is bringing Apple Pay to the PGA Tour

MasterCard has been a name tied with Apple Pay right from the get-go, and the card company continues to show off its partnership with Apple’s mobile payments solution well after its launch.

iPad Pro rendered in new images to showcase huge screen and new stylus

iPad Pro rendered in new images to showcase huge screen and new stylus

“Who wants a stylus?” Apple’s former CEO, Steve Jobs, is well known for his comments regarding stylus, and what place he thought they deserved coupled with mobile devices.

Google’s wireless service could launch as early as the first half of 2015

Google’s wireless service could launch as early as the first half of 2015

On January 22, reports surfaced that Google is seriously considering launching its own name within the wireless carrier industry, thanks to partnerships inked with T-Mobile and Sprint, the fourth and third largest carriers in the United States, respectively.

PSA: iOS 8.1.3 release imminent, you should restore to iOS 8.1.2 now if you want to jailbreak your device in the future

PSA: iOS 8.1.3 release imminent, you should restore to iOS 8.1.2 now if you want to jailbreak your device in the future

Apple has been testing iOS 8.1.3 internally for quite sometime, and has already seeded couple of beta versions to its retail employees.  There are speculations that Apple will release iOS 8.1.3 to the public this week.

Motorola’s Nexus 6 didn’t get a fingerprint sensor because of Apple

Motorola’s Nexus 6 didn’t get a fingerprint sensor because of Apple

The Nexus 6 launched at the tail-end of 2014, and while the device is crammed full of high-end specifications, according to the company’s former CEO there’s one feature that was regrettably left out.

1Password iOS app updated with one-time password option for two-factor authentication and more

1Password iOS app updated with one-time password option for two-factor authentication and more

1Password has quickly become one of the most popular password management tools on the planet. The developers have recently updated the iOS app to bring even more functionality to the table.