Today has been a day for smartwatches, apparently, as Samsung has officially unveiled its newest wearable, following the announcement from Google that Android Wear is now supported by the iPhone.
At the tail-end of July, the National Football League did away with its Game Rewind program, and instead opted to include a subscription-based service in its place.
Apple Pay is already seeing a wide margin of adoption, from banks and credit unions to businesses, and now a major university in the United States is getting in on the fun, too.
It’s been over one year since Apple and IBM announced a partnership that would put a bigger focus on iOS and the enterprise. Looks like Apple wasn’t quite done in that department, though.
Apple TV 4 will have focus on gaming with Bluetooth controllers, Siri to control ‘mostly everything’
Details about Apple’s upcoming refresh to its set-top box, the Apple TV, keep funneling out ahead of the expected debut on Apple’s September 9 event day.
Recently, we reported that a Chinese security website, WooYun, had found that upwards of 220,000 iCloud accounts and passwords had been stolen through jailbroken iPhones. At the time, there was little information going around as to the details of the attacks.
Apple has already made it clear that they’ve got a media event happening on Wednesday, September 9, but that doesn’t mean the beta train has a come to an end.
Back in April of this year, a report indicated that Google was working on bringing its smartwatch platform, Android Wear, over to the iPhone at some point in the future.
Apple has been making a lot of shifts in its physical retail stores, including new, revamped Workshops, dropping its One-to-One programs, and now another big change for students and education professionals.
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