Eddy Cue said everything you’d expect about Apple’s video strategy For a session about “Curation in Media,” there wasn’t a whole lot of talk about Apple News at Eddy Cue’s SXSW panel today. Instead, moderator and CNN senior reporter Dylan Byers steered Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software andRead More →


Apple Maps now includes bike-sharing locations in 179 cities Apple and Ito World have partnered to bring bike-sharing dock information to Apple Maps, TechCrunch reports. Now, in a number of cities, users can just type “bike sharing” or the name of a bike-sharing service into the Apple Maps search barRead More →

Apple nabs ‘Bob’s Burgers’ creator for new animated comedy Apple has been moving pretty aggressively into the entertainment business lately. With a reported $1 billion budget for original programming, the tech company can afford to acquire high-value projects like the Kevin Durant childhood drama, a Jennifer… Continue reading… Powered byRead More →

AliveCor wearables may detect unsafe potassium levels in the future AliveCor is working on a new application for the technology behind its KardiaBand for Apple Watch. Last year, the FDA approved KardiaBand as a medical device, and it can record your heart rhythm and report on any rhythmic abnormalities thatRead More →

Apple buys Texture, the ‘Netflix of magazine plans’ Apple’s bids to promote digital magazines haven’t always been fruitful (remember The Daily?), but it’s about to give them another boost. The company has acquired Texture, the Netflix-style magazine subscription service that gives you access to a hos… Continue reading… Powered byRead More →

Apple filed a patent for a keyboard that isn’t ruined by dust When Apple unveiled its 2015 MacBook, reviewers quickly discovered its keys were flatter than ever, with single-digit millimeters of travel between their pressed and unpressed states. At first, we heralded this as a miraculous accomplishment in ever-… ContinueRead More →

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Netflix is bringing video previews to its mobile apps A year after introducing video previews on its TV experience, Netflix is now planning to bring the feature to its mobile apps. The company announced today that this will be rolling out April, noting that it was developed to help makeRead More →

Apple will stop accepting iTunes LP submissions this month Back in 2009, iTunes 9 offered a way for artists and labels to pack in extra album material like art, videos and bonus tracks. Earlier on Tuesday morning, Metro found a leaked Apple document that spelled doom for the bundled extras.Read More →

Apple’s Spike Jonze-directed HomePod ad makes lofty promises Silly us. We worried that Apple’s HomePod could fall behind because Siri isn’t quite as capable as competing virtual assistants. As the just-debuted HomePod advertisement helpfully illustrates, the $349 speaker can do so much more than that. As near… Continue reading… PoweredRead More →

Amazon’s NFL series returns for a third season April 27th Amazon’s sports documentary series All or Nothing is coming back next month for a third season and this time it follows the Dallas Cowboys. The eight-episode season starts off on a handful of positive notes — owner Jerry Jones wasRead More →

Google makes it easier to search from the comforts of iMessage GBoard is great for accessing Google without leaving iMessage, but, unless you’re already using it as your default keyboard, switching back and forth is clunky. That should change with today’s update for the Google app on iOS. Now theRead More →

Netflix will let parents block individual movies and shows Netflix announced today that it will soon be rolling out a new tool for parents. Already, parents can manage what their kids watch by putting all content above a particular maturity level behind a PIN or by marking which accounts belongRead More →

EU details its taxes on tech companies’ revenue The European Union has vowed to counter tech companies’ tax maneuvers by targeting their revenue, and it’s now clearer just what that will involve. In an interview with Le Journal du Dimanche, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said the EU would…Read More →

Apple might offer lower-cost MacBook Air in spring Apple has left the MacBook Air mostly untouched for years, including its price. Ever since the 11-inch model disappeared in 2016, you’ve been looking at $999 or more for Apple’s ‘starter’ laptop — a tough sell given the aging design. It mightRead More →