WhatsApp, Instagram and apps designed to help users pass their driving theory test have been named the most popular downloads from Apple’s App Store in the UK.
Facebook is releasing a tool that allows users to transfer their photos directly to Google’s storage service in a bid to give people “control and choice”.
Apple has introduced a feature to its mobile payment system allowing London commuters to travel more seamlessly without needing to prepare their device.
Apple’s decision to show the region of Crimea as part of Russian territory in its mapping and weather apps has been labelled as “appeasement” by critics.
The profile of Sir Jonathan Ive has been removed from the Leadership page of Apple’s website, signalling the end of the British designer’s time at the technology firm.
Apple has delayed the theatrical release of its first original film, The Banker, amid misconduct allegations against one of the film’s co-producers.
Apple has cancelled the world premiere of a film set to arrive on its new streaming service as it investigates “concerns surrounding” the movie.
Apple has begun construction on a billion-dollar (£775 million) campus in the US, which will house 5,000 employees when it opens in 2022.
Apple is banning apps related to vaping from its app store amid concern about the effect of vaping on the health of young people.
Apple has picked up three awards including the best flagship phone of 2019 at the annual EE Pocket-lint Awards.
Apple has announced a new version of its MacBook Pro laptop, complete with a redesigned keyboard following complaints from some users over the previous design.
A Facebook bug has been discovered which allows the social media giant’s app to access the iPhone camera as a user scrolls through their feed.
Jason Momoa has been criticised by animal welfare charity Peta after sharing a video of himself feeding a bear a biscuit out of his own mouth.
Fitbit is being acquired by Google’s parent company for about 2.1 billion dollars (£1.6 billion).
Apple’s highly anticipated streaming service Apple TV+ has arrived, along with a range of programmes boasting big-name stars.
Apple has reported record revenue for its fourth quarter despite a further fall in iPhone sales,
Apple is resuming the use of humans to review Siri commands and dictation with the latest iPhone software update.
Apple has announced a new version of its AirPod earphones, which will include noise-cancelling technology for the first time.
Apple will launch its highly anticipated streaming service Apple TV+ on Friday, along with a range of programmes boasting big-name stars.
Hailee Steinfeld has discussed the importance of portraying a same-sex relationship in her new Apple TV+ show Dickinson.
Jason Momoa said his starring role in dystopian drama See is his career highlight so far.
Google has confirmed the Face Unlock system on its new Pixel 4 smartphone can allow access to the device even when the user has their eyes closed.
Netflix has revealed record-breaking streaming numbers for the third season of Stranger Things.
Facebook has dropped out of the top 10 most valuable global brands as Apple, Google and Amazon retained the first three places.
An upcoming drama telling an alternative history of the space race between the US and Soviet Union is a “deeply feminist” show, one of its stars has said.
Apple boss Tim Cook has defended the company’s decision to remove a Hong Kong mapping app from its online store.
Apple has been accused of “caving to political pressure” after the firm removed a mapping app from its online store linked to protesters in Hong Kong.
Apple has removed from its online store a smartphone app that allows Hong Kong activists to report police movements after an official Chinese newspaper accused the company of facilitating illegal behaviour.
Apple became the latest company targeted for Chinese pressure over protests in Hong Kong after the ruling Communist Party’s main newspaper criticised the tech giant for a smartphone app that allows activists to report police movements.
Apple fans have bid farewell to iTunes, the once-revolutionary program that made online music sales mainstream and effectively blunted the impact of piracy.