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Steam to launch apps for streaming videos and games to Android and iOS devices

Video game developer Valve has recently decided to continue to expand the streaming capabilities of Steam to include Android and iOS powered mobile devices that connect to the same network as the host system. Valve is planning to achieve this by the upcoming release of a pair of mobile apps.

iPhone users suing Apple over Batterygate might merge lawsuits into one class action case

According to a report recently published by the Wall Street Journal, there are currently 59 different lawsuits filed against Apple after it had decided to update its iOS mobile operating system last year in order slow down the performance speed of older iPhone models.

DOJ report: FBI had sued Apple without exhausting all options for unlocking iPhone

According to a report released by the Office of the Inspector General of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), it turned out that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had moved to have a court order Apple to unlock a certain iPhone unit owned by a terrorist being investigated for the 2015 San Bernardino attacks, before cons

Apple launches new Families page

The latest move from Apple should show that it is really serious with its intentions of helping protect kids against too much mobile device use. Just this week, the tech giant recently rolled out a new section on its official website, and it is called Families.

Apple Music has now reached 38 million subscribers

In a little more than a month’s time, Apple Music has managed to increase its subscriber base by a couple of million, comfortably hitting the 38 million mark in terms of the volume of subscribers. Eddy Cue, the senior vice president of Apple’s Internet software and services, revealed as much at this year’s South by Southwest Conference and Festivals (most familiarly known to everybody as SXSW).

Survey: Interest in New iPhone Models Approaching Lowest Levels Ever

The launch of last year’s iPhone X was not only supposed to be a celebration of the ten year popularity of the iPhone, but also as a sort of ushering of a new era of ultra advanced smartphone capabilities.  But according to the results of a survey recently conducted by Wall Street research firm Cowen, it appears that the number of mobile users who currently own iPhones and are planning to purchase a new iPhone model are nearing historically low levels.

Apple Responds to Call to Fight Mobile Addiction

During the weekend, a couple of Apple shareholders -- namely, Jana Partners LLC and the California State Teachers’ Retirement System -- had written an open letter urging the second biggest vendor of smartphone devices in the world to make a more pronounced effort to combat mobile addiction, especially among kids. 

Apple Shareholders: Protect Kids from iPhone Addiction

Smartphones have become one of the most widely used consumer products in the last decade or so, and Apple’s iPhone (originally released in 2007) has played a significant role in letting that happen. But in the last few years, there has been plenty of discussion about the potential danger of too much smartphone use, not only for adults, for also when it comes to kids.

Report: Apple to Unify iOS and Mac Apps Next Year

According to a report recently published by Bloomberg, it appears that Apple has plans to have developers create apps that can work on both iOS and Mac platforms by next year.

Shazam is Now Owned by Apple

Apple has officially confirmed this week that it has completed its acquisition of the Shazam brand. For those not in the know, Shazam is widely considered as one of the most popular music recognition apps today, and as revealed by Apple, a consistent chart topper in its App Store rankings.