Not one to break tradition, Apple confirmed it will hold a two-hour keynote to kick off its yearly developer event. Software is the focus but a few hardware surprises could arrive.
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Enabling encryption on your Apple smartphone or tablet is easier than you think.
The Canadian former handset giant announced over the weekend that it will be cutting an unspecified number of workers.
South Koreans under 18 who own a smartphone must now accept a monitoring app on their devices by law.
Say so long to simple navigation and hello to more robust Maps software on your wrist. The battle for your wrist between Google and Apple is improving both watch products.
The small update is mainly bug fixes, a new default Today view and performance improvements, including some for Siri which has been inconsistent on my wrist of late.
A multitude of technology firms hope to stop legislation which would allow law enforcement access to data stored in mobile devices.
It's about time for Apple's TV "hobby" to become a big deal: A new software platform for third-party apps would help. And the Apple Watch is expected to improve too next month.
The Kremlin wants to use smartphone technology it can trust -- by cracking open an alternative's source code.
Intelligent algorithms and prior research in video stabilization make movies from Microsoft's newest app fly past your eyes at breathtaking speed without appearing jumpy.
After a few days of wearing the Apple Watch, there's much to like. There's also room for improvement on the software side with inconsistencies and other issues.
Country's smartphone shipments drop 4 percent year-on-year to 98.8 million units in first-quarter 2015, with Apple overtaking Xiaomi to take pole position, IDC figures reveal.
Smartphone health care is becoming a big business, with the global venture capital community pumping almost $300 million into the sector in Q1 2015, and the likes of Apple, Google, Microsoft, and the FDA all helping to facilitate its rapid rise.
Samsung is shipping fewer smartphones than it was a year ago, but enough to reclaim its throne from Apple.
The social network is adding video calling, setting up face-to-face conversations between friends on mobile phones running either iOS or Android.
Nokia will not be returning to the smartphone market in 2016, despite reports, the company has said.
A number of tech and car-making's biggest names are in the frame over the sale of Nokia's mapping and navigation unit.
Australian-founded enterprise software development and collaboration platform provider Atlassian has acquired French video conferencing player Blue Jimp.
And here's how you can get that power back...
After selling its smartphone business to Microsoft, Nokia is planning a return to the market. Google's Android software makes the most sense for the new phones.
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