These are the announcements that got the crowd excited at WWDC 2014.
Apple unveils iOS 8 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference
Apple seems to be finally getting ready to allow apps that deal in Bitcoin and other digital currencies in its App Store.
With plans to slowly retire the long-used Objective-C, Apple has introduced a new programming language, called Swift, for designing apps and applications to run on Apple iOS devices and Apple Macintosh computers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and one of his top lieutenants today outlined the next iterations of the company's critical iOS and the less-important OS X before enthusiastic developers.
If you like the way iOS predicts what word you're trying to spell, you can now look forward to it filling in the words that follow.
Google is updating its Google+ app for iOS devices, providing new photo playback and sharing features that could attract fans on the other side of the fence.
HealthKit, a new feature of Apple's iOS 8, will let apps share health and activity information and send it to doctors.
The next version of Mac OS X, called Yosemite, will bring new levels of interaction between Macintosh computers and other Apple devices when it's made available for free early in the fourth quarter, Apple said on Monday.
Technology stocks are up for the year, and while high company valuations may boost compensation for some executives, it doesn't necessarily help them sleep easier at night. In fact, those high share prices can be a cause for concern.
The trial for damages in the e-books price-fixing lawsuit against Apple is to proceed on July 14 after an appeals court declined to stay it.
Heroes, bugs, puzzlers, baseball and more fill this list of popular Apple iPhone, iPad games
Australians will be able to stream music, movies and videos to their televisions with the launch of Google’s Chromecast for less than $50.
Hackers appear to be exploiting Apple's Find My iPhone service to lock up phones and tablets and send ransom demands to their owners.
Following up on a jury verdict, Apple has asked a court in California to order Samsung Electronics to stop using features that were found to infringe three of its patents.
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