Apple has warned that EU proposals forcing it to stop using its own Lightning cable risks “creating an unprecedented volume of electronic waste”.
Google researchers have uncovered security flaws in Apple’s Safari web browser, despite the affected tool being designed to protect user privacy.
Netflix is holding its ground in the streaming wars, passing its first big test since Apple and Disney launched rival services.
BBC chairman Sir David Clementi has described the role of Director-General at the corporation as “a demanding job”.
Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said he believes big companies should pay their taxes as he welcomed Apple chief executive Tim Cook to Dublin.
Apple has announced a release date for a film it temporarily shelved following allegations of sexual misconduct against one of its producers.
A headteacher has urged others to follow her school’s example and go paperless.
iPhone and iPad users were busy downloading apps at the end of 2019 leading to a record number of sales.
Apple and Facebook have been told current privacy practices are “untenable” by the US Federal Trade Commissioner during a debate on the issue.
O2 customers using the iPhone XR have complained about an issue causing connection problems with the handset.
When Cristiano Ronaldo walked into his first game of 2020, it was his retro iPod that caught everyone’s attention.
Artificial intelligence, 5G and robotics are expected to be among the biggest talking points when the world’s largest technology show – CES – begins in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The 2010s have been a pivotal era in digital technology, introducing new devices which have fundamentally changed how people communicate, work and play.
More foldable smartphones and a new generation of games consoles are likely to be among the biggest new gadgets of 2020.
It has been another busy year in the world of technology, with new innovations arriving during 2019 including 5G, but also political problems such as the ongoing debate around Huawei.
Technology rivals Amazon, Apple and Google have announced a new partnership designed to improve compatibility between their smart home products.
A new lawsuit is accusing several of the world’s largest technology firms of knowingly profiting from children labouring under brutal conditions in African cobalt mines.
The Hyundai Kona Electric car has been named Which?’s product of the year for 2019, inching ahead of items ranging from Apple AirPods to a reusable coffee cup.
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.