Emoji are all fun and games until they cause software problems.
Artists are finding new ways to put old gadgets to good use.
Steve Jobs’ famous drive for end-to-end control of Apple’s products helped to create and define one of the most successful companies in the world. Now, Apple is finally opening up—and that’s good news.
Apple’s latest developer conference brought some major changes to the software that powers the iPhone and the Mac.
Motherboard has spent the past several days talking to developers and Apple to better understand the impact of the App Store in the lead up to WWDC.
According to Richard Ledgett, the NSA's deputy director, the NSA didn't have the capability to break into the phone.
An API could help Siri better compete against voice control upstarts like the Amazon Echo.
A history of smartphone screen sizes.
Google has jumped aboard the iOS keyboard bandwagon, but its usefulness depends on where you plan to use it. And yes, there are plenty of GIFs.
A new app can detect if something wrong (and dangerous) is going on with your iDevice.