Seven Safari Tricks on iOS You Might Not Know

Safari on iOS has a surprising number of hidden tricks, letting you manipulate tabs, conduct page-specific searches, and more, and not all of these features are immediately obvious due to the gestures involved. We’ve rounded up some useful must-know Safari tips that you might not be aware of or may have forgotten, so make sure […]

Apple Named Cannes Lions’ 2019 Creative Marketer of the Year

Cannes Lions today announced that Apple has been named the Creative Marketer of the Year, marking the first time the Cupertino company has won the award. Apple was named the Creative Marketer of the Year to honor its “world class creative communications and marketing initiatives.” Simon Cook, Managing Director of Cannes Lions, said that Apple […]

Apple Launches New Backlight Service Program for 2016 13-Inch MacBook Pro Display to Address ‘Flexgate’ Issues

Alongside the launch of new MacBook Pro models, Apple today introduced a new Backlight Service Program for the 13-inch MacBook Pro. According to Apple, a “very small percentage” of 2016 13-inch MacBook Pro displays can exhibit vertical bright areas along the bottom of the screen or a backlight that malfunctions entirely. Apple will repair affected […]

Apple Debuts New 8-Core MacBook Pro With Updated Keyboard

Apple today announced the surprise launch of a new MacBook Pro model, which it is calling the fastest Mac notebook ever. The new machine features Intel’s 8th and 9th-generation processors, with high-end models featuring eight cores for the first time. According to Apple, the new MacBook Pro offers two times faster performance than a quad-core […]

Contact Info for Millions of Instagram Influencers, Celebrities, and Brand Accounts Leaked Online

A database that contained contact information for millions of Instagram influencers, celebrities, and brand accounts was recently leaked online, reports TechCrunch. The database, which was hosted by Amazon Web Services and contains more than 49 million records, was accessible without a password or other credentials according to the security researcher who informed TechCrunch about the […]

U.S. Justice Department ‘Leaning Against’ Approving T-Mobile/Sprint Merger

The United States Justice Department is “leaning against” approving the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, reports Bloomberg. The merger might not be approved because the two companies “don’t go far enough” to resolve antitrust concerns raised by the U.S. government. Bloomberg‘s report comes shortly after United States Federal Communications Chairman Ajit Pai said that he […]