Nokia is still searching for a potential buyer for its HERE mapping and location business, as German car companies, Uber, Chinese search engine Baidu and perhaps even Apple and Facebook jockey with each other to get access to HERE's assets and technology.
Apple just started selling the Apple Watch in its physical retail stores, but already the rumor mill is churning about what upgrade to expect in the next version of the company's first wearable device.
Buzzfeed is better known for top-10 style listicles and celebrity gossip than longform think pieces, but as the iOS crowd exited the Moscone Center in San Francisco last week, there was nothing more provocative written about Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) than a diatribe by Charlie Warzel.
The news came out as Apple's WWDC 2015 was coming to an end, but the company's decision to allow ad blockers on Safari may have gotten the most developer applause, based on their Twitter comments.
T-Mobile US is the only carrier that is supporting a new feature in Apple's iOS 9 operating system that lets customers receive calls and text messages over cellular networks on their Macs and iPads when they are away from their iPhone.
It used to be in fields like modeling or acting where experienced professionals constantly had to look over their shoulders as ever-younger competitors seemed to appear out of nowhere and rival their achievements. Based on a recent marketing campaign from Apple, however, there's nothing less exciting than a middle-aged app developer.
There are few events that stir up a range of developer emotions like the opening of Apple's annual World Wide Developers' Conference did, and based on Twitter comments late Monday, WWDC 2015 was no exception.
Apple is making the iPhone smarter and taking on Google Now and Microsoft's Cortana digital assistants in an effort to catch up with those competitors and put Apple's spin on the concept. Additionally, Apple unveiled its long-rumored streaming music service, simply called Apple Music.
Apple will kick off its anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference keynote today by unveiling its new music streaming service, according to multiple reports.
Showtime said its new standalone streaming service will be viewable on Roku devices, signaling its intention to go broader than the Apple device universe that confined its closest competition, HBO Now, at launch two months ago.