It’s been a busy week for Epic, but it turns out that if you were a fan of the Infinity Blade’s presence within Fortnite Battle Royale, it’s not all good news.
Another day, another major landmark deal for Apple and its upcoming streaming service.
Back in November, Amazon officially announced that support for Apple Music was coming to its Echo smart speaker lineup, with Alexa support in tow.
We expect a level of control when it comes to publishing content, and sometimes we don’t want some things published — even if we’ve uploaded them to a service.
Facebook officially unveiled its first attempt at hardware earlier this year, showcasing a pair of video chat devices called Portal and Portal+.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is out with his latest report about iPhones where he estimates that iPhone sales in Q1, 2019 will fall down to 38-42 million from the 50 million units the company sold a year ago.
Apple will be rolling out a new software update to iPhone users in China to circumvent the two Qualcomm software patents that it is guilty of breaching.
A federal judge has ruled that Qualcomm cannot use Apple moving to Intel modem as an evidence against allegations of the company’s monopolistic business practices.
Apple Says Chinese iPhone Ban Would Force a Settlement with Qualcomm; Cause ‘Irreparable Harm’ to All Involved
A court filing from Apple reveals that a Chinese ban on the sales of iPhone will force the company to settle its intense and long legal battle with Qualcomm over patent licensing and royalty issues. Apple notes that the ban will cost it millions of dollars a day and negatively affect Chinese consumers as well as the government as the latter could lose hundreds of thousands of tax.
Tumblr has had a bit of a rough run recently, following a discovery that the platform was serving up child pornography.