Facebook Rolls Out Alternative ‘Explore Feed’ to Boost Discovery

Facebook Rolls Out Alternative ‘Explore Feed’ to Boost Discovery

Facebook recently launched a way to order food from inside the app, and now the company is back with another change — all in the name of keeping users in the app for longer periods of time.

Does Apple Need to Fix the MacBook Keyboard?

Does Apple Need to Fix the MacBook Keyboard?

Back in 2015, Apple introduced the 12-inch MacBook. A super-thin ultraportable that also introduced a universe where Apple only includes two ports on a computer: One USB Type-C and one 3.5mm headphone jack.

Apple Pay Rumored to Launch in the Netherlands and Poland Before the End of 2017

Apple Pay Rumored to Launch in the Netherlands and Poland Before the End of 2017

Apple Pay is still expanding, both in the United States and internationally, and one new report suggests two new countries are on the verge of supporting the mobile payment option.

Apple Adds Chicago, Las Vegas and Other Airports to Indoor Mapping in iOS 11

Apple Adds Chicago, Las Vegas and Other Airports to Indoor Mapping in iOS 11

When Apple introduced iOS 11 earlier this year, the company confirmed that indoor mapping would finally arrive for the software, as far as airports were concerned.

Sign up for Amazing Selling Machine 8 Now; And Get the Mega Bonus to Launch Your Amazon Product on iPhoneHacks

Sign up for Amazing Selling Machine 8 Now; And Get the Mega Bonus to Launch Your Amazon Product on iPhoneHacks

If you’re interested in starting an Amazon Business after watching the first three mind-blowing videos of grabbing your piece of the $170 BILLION per year on Amazon but wondering “How do I compete with big-name brands on Amazon?”, then read on.

Amazon Issues New Credits Related to Apple eBook Price Fixing Settlement

Amazon Issues New Credits Related to Apple eBook Price Fixing Settlement

Way back in 2012, the U.S. Department of Justice sued Apple over eBook price fixing. And then, in 2013, $3 credits were issued to eBook buyers due to the subsequent settlement.

‘Nude’ Uses Machine Learning on iOS Devices to Secure Sensitive Photos

‘Nude’ Uses Machine Learning on iOS Devices to Secure Sensitive Photos

While some manufacturers have included ways to lock down certain folders on devices, Apple hasn’t jumped on that bandwagon, leaving it open for third-party developers to come up with solutions.

‘Cardhop’ is a New Way to Manage Contacts on a Mac From the Makers of Fantastical

‘Cardhop’ is a New Way to Manage Contacts on a Mac From the Makers of Fantastical

If you have been looking for a new way to manage your contacts list, the developers behind the popular calendar app Fantastical have a new option to check out.

Apple Reveals ‘Hey, Siri’ Details in Machine Learning Journal

Apple Reveals ‘Hey, Siri’ Details in Machine Learning Journal

Back in July, Apple launched a new journal to detail its efforts in machine learning and other areas, letting researchers talk about their work out in the open.

Apple Partners with GE to Bring Predix Industrial Apps to iPhone and iPad

Apple Partners with GE to Bring Predix Industrial Apps to iPhone and iPad

Apple today announced that it is partnering with General Electric (GE) to bring powerful industrial apps featuring predictive data and analytics from Predix to the iPhone and iPad. This will be made possible by a new Predix SDK unveiled by the two companies today which will allow the development of powerful IoT apps.