The march toward streaming has gathered pace in recent years and the market is now swamped with alternatives—but Spotify remains strong.
AMBER and weather alerts are sent to devices across the country and, starting Wednesday, "presidential alerts" will be sent to all smartphones in the U.S.
"Chargegate" is causing consternation among Apple users.
Users are reporting that their photos have a poor quality and look zoomed in.
An iPhone 6, to be precise.
The update will "make everyday tasks on iPhone and iPad faster and more responsive," Apple said.
Alex Jones has been banned from Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. But all is not lost.
Trump said $200 billion worth of tariffs are "in the hopper" and another $267 billion could follow.
The app remains for sale online despite its having been reported as malicious weeks ago, researchers said.
Shares of the retail and cloud-computing company spiked to $2,050.50 on Tuesday.
"It was so cute. He asked my permission to kiss me."
The science on the risks of prolonged exposure to cellphone radiation remains inconclusive.
According to Boston-based RR Auction, the record price for an Apple-1 was established in 2016, selling for $815,000.
During a raid, police reportedly found hacking files and instructions had been saved in a folder named "hacky hack hack."
Apple's new 2018 iPhone models are rumored to shave down the price while adding more storage, screen size, and Apple Pencil support.
Jared Gaut, who has worked at Twitter since 2014, according to his LinkedIn profile, said: "We are not a government. We do not need to be neutral."