A new portal will be created for accepting complaints from the Australian public where they believe a signatory's efforts to address misinformation are not up to scratch.
Apple has filed an appeal for the one count it lost in its legal fight with Epic Games.
"Would NSO Group have notified Princess Haya's lawyers had I not done my own notification?" Citizen Lab's William Marczak told ZDNet.
The latest antitrust probe will explore market conditions for smartphones, smartwatches, and other wearables.
Can it be that an Apple rival is touting remote working as a utopia? It really can.
In the midst of supporting a facial recognition ban for law enforcement, the European Commission is reportedly preparing to charge Apple for acting anticompetitively with its NFC block.
Intel shows allegedly committed Apple fanpeople some PCs. Astonishingly, they're all astonished.
The new YubiKey Bio brings a passwordless world one step closer.
When Apple talks about sustainability, it's hard not to think that Apple is talking about the sustainability of its profits rather than the environment.
iOS 15.0.1 is what iOS 15 should have been.
Apple's latest wearable will be available in stores starting Oct. 15.
Here are a few quick and simple steps for getting the longest life out of your iPhone's battery.
Could it be that Apple salespeople are targeting very specific customers when they get excited about iPhone 13? I don't think I'm one of them.
Apple continues its MagSafe accessory push.
The first update for iOS 15 fixes a couple of frustrating and annoying bugs. Here's what you need to know.
New features include Break Time, Unit Convertor, and Enhanced Search.
Certo AntiSpy is not an app. Instead, it is a utility that you download and install on a Windows or Mac, and you use that to scan a backup of your iOS or iPadOS for subtle signs of intrusion.
We've known it was going to happen for years, and that day has now come. Apple has announced the fourth evolution for the Mac -- a slow, but inevitable move away from Intel to Apple Silicon.
Even though the new Apple iPhone SE is attractively priced for the masses, it is still prudent to protect the phone from drops. Speck has a few options available to aid in protecting your iPhone from drops eight to ten feet high.
The 2020 Apple iPhone SE is Apple's most affordable iPhone and is a great buy at $399. Totallee offers ultra-slim cases that provide scratch and bump protection while also making it a bit easier to hold onto your iPhone.
The entry level Apple iPad is a great buy and for a reasonable $45 you can add drop protection and a case with multiple angles for viewing or typing. Speck high-quality build and functionality is present in this iPad case.
10th-generation Intel processors, 16GB of faster 3733MHz memory standard, 13-inch Retina display, Touch Bar and Touch ID, immersive stereo speakers, an an all-day battery life.
The best Mac app is now available from the Mac App Store.
Today's smartphones often cost $1,000 or more so it is important to protect the glass displays. BodyGuardz recently launched its PRTX synthetic tempered glass screen protectors for the Apple iPhone 11 models.
How the AirPods Pro buds are tightly integrated into the iOS platform.
A look at the AirPod Pro earbuds hardware.
Apple's iPad exploded into the consumer tech market in April of 2010, months ahead of the first Android-powered tablet, and since then the company has sold some 400 million units. Let's take a look at where this device started, and how it has changed and evolved over the years.
In the spirit of Festivus here is our full list of the worst technology products and services of the year.
Apple has gradually been adding file management chops to iOS and, now, iPadOS, especially for external storage. Here's how one sophisticated app, video editor Luma Fusion, takes advantage of the new capabilities. And a couple of more features we'd love to see.
It seems just about everyone uses a case on their phone today, but sometimes you don't want to be bothered by the bulk, Totallee makes some of the thinnest minimalist cases today and recently launched new colors for the Pixel 4 and iPhone 11 Pro.
New Mac mini? Solid deal. MacBook Air? We're impressed. MacBook Pro? Don't bother. ZDNet's Larry Dignan, Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, and Beth Mauder debate the pros and cons of buying into Apple's M1 ecosystem now versus later. Read more: https://zd.net/36rYUFH
So long, Intel. Jason Perlow and Jaaosn Cipriani explain why Apple's product launch is such a big deal. Read more: https://zd.net/2TXDiuM
Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani discuss their favorite gadgets released in a year that we all would rather forget. Read more: https://zd.net/35Ortwq
If you're looking for a tablet that can replace your laptop that's also affordable, the redesigned iPad Air is it. Read more: https://zd.net/2HskBfZ
From price plans and different networks, the current state of 5G in the US is a confusing mess. Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow try to make sense of it all. Read more: https://zd.net/2HrOBst
The two Jasons take opposing sides on their favorite intelligent agents in this week's Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/2H179jc
Apple has finally released the iPhone 12 as well as a new HomePod mini smart speaker. Bill Detwiler and Karen Roby discuss what Apple's first 5G phone means for buyers and the broader 5G market along with several products that weren't included in the company's Oct. 2020 'Hi Speed." event.
Adrian Kinglsey-Hughes tells Karen Roby how Apple used the iPhone 12 event to take a poke at Amazon, validate 5G, and reuse the term MagSafe to pave the way to allow it to sell expensive accessories. Read more: https://zd.net/316V0jE
A bigger handset, a smaller handset, yada yada. No real iPhone surprises expected. Perlow and Cipriani discuss the other products likely to be shown at Apple's event next week. Read more: https://zd.net/30Nupbb
Jason Cipriani, Jason Perlow, and Larry Dignan recap Apple’s latest product announcements. Read more: https://zd.net/35EPms7
Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow go beyond the expected Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad Air expected from Apple’s Sept. 15 event. Read more: https://zd.net/2ZrOOSt