Apple has had better months. Having already admitted iPhone 11 owners are subject to secretive location checks, found its latest iOS 13.3 update has two gaping flaws and been caught up in last week’s sensational smartphone tracking scandal, now the first iPhone 12 designs have leaked and you might not like what you see.
It’s the go-to messaging app for billions of people around the world, but WhatsApp has revealed that its app will stop working on Windows smartphones next week.
Google has been forced to halt its latest web browser update on Android after a critical bug was discovered.
Those Black Friday and Cyber Monday super sales are not only a boon for your bank account, but may also reap serious rewards for cyber criminals intent on causing harm, according to the FBI.
The Australian state of New South Wales rolled out “high definition detection cameras” on Sunday, designed to catch drivers using cell phones behind the wheel.
Twitter will begin deleting accounts that have been inactive for more than six months, unless they log in before an 11 December deadline.
Motorola has revived its slim Razr flip phone, some 15 years after the original “game changing” device hit the market.
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) ministers with responsibility for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have agreed to collectively approach the region’s telecommunications providers to eliminate roaming charges throughout the 15-member grouping.
Netflix will allow users to skip past political jokes while watching a show by pressing a ‘skip politics’ button.
China just switched on the world’s largest 5G network.