A hacking group calling itself Turkish Crime Family has boasted to media that it has access to hundreds of millions of iCloud accounts, but Apple says that’s not true.
Soon your caller ID will tell you when scammers are ringing you.
“Why do I feel so much like Sigourney Weaver?”
Chance said on Twitter, “I wanna clear things up. @apple gave me half a mil and a commercial to post Coloring Book exclusively on applemusic for 2 weeks.”
Get ready to say goodbye to the thimble, the boot, and the wheelbarrow.
The hackers wrote, “#nazigermany #nazinetherlands this is a little #ottomanslap see you on #april16 what did I write? LEARN Turkish.”
Google received final approval for “Charleston East,” a 600,000-square-foot building for 2,700 employees, from the Mountain View city council this week. It’ll be done in 2019.
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Greyballed users saw a fake version of the app with nonexistent drivers and frequently canceled rides, according to a New York Times story.
If you want one, you’d better start saving.
You’ll be able to watch 40+ cable and broadcast channels for $35 per month. It launches in the spring.
“I think 90% of the people who weren’t carrying cash turned around and bought something when they heard we took credit cards.”
“Most people saw Trump’s name on the flags and didn’t give a second thought to the fact that they were Russian,” one of the pranksters told BuzzFeed News.
Amazon is refusing to give law enforcement Amazon Echo recordings and responses that may help police solve a murder case.
The social network has also struck deals to stream soccer games with Univision and an NBA all-stars contest with Turner Sports.
The new version of status updates is rolling out across Europe this week and will likely hit the rest of the world in the weeks soon after.
Soon you will be able to watch Facebook livestreams on your Apple TV.
According to a new study, 59% of in-app purchases in the App Store were made by only 1% of the 26 million people surveyed.