Apple’s iPhones are selling markedly less well than before, according to phone purchasing surveys and customer buybacks. The entire industry is slumping hard.
Apple has trimmed prices on entry-level MacBook Pros and Airs while killing off its one-port wonder.
Apple is reportedly preparing to launch a 16-inch MacBook Pro and possible point updates to its 13.3-inch MacBook Pro family as well.
Mozilla issued an emergency Firefox patch earlier this week, citing a dangerous zero-day exploit. Because it believed hackers were exploiting the flaw in the wild, Mozilla declined to provide details on the nature of the problem. There are some additional details now, and they suggest the focus of the attack is on cryptocurrency exchange employees.
The results of PCMag’s fastest mobile network survey for 2019 are in, and AT&T surprisingly leaps ahead to take the lead again — thanks to LTE upgrades the company has deliberately misbranded as 5G.
The Consumer Technology Association has released a report quantifying the damage to the US economy if the Trump Administration goes ahead with proposed tariff increases. Laptop, cell phones, and tablets could all become significantly more expensive, if the projection is accurate.
Several companies offer device unlocking services to law enforcement, but they’re limited by devices and software versions. Israeli forensics firm Cellebrite says it can free up the data on any iOS device up to the latest v12.3.
Apple might buy Intel’s modem business. Intel might be looking to sell its modem business after Apple stopped being its customers. What a happy coincidence.
Apple doesn’t want users to know that its own audience reacted badly to news of a $1,000 metal stick monitor stand.
Samsung and AMD have signed a new agreement to license Radeon IP for Samsung’s GPU designs. What’s that mean for the company’s long-term custom SoC plans?