Apple's FaceTime Bug Allows Callers To Eavesdrop On You -- Even If You Didn't AnswerA newly discovered privacy bug in Apple's FaceTime software allows users to hear and see the person they are calling, without the recipient even picking up the call.
Taking A Big Bite: Apple Becomes 1st Trillion-Dollar CompanyApple has become the world's first publicly traded company to be valued at $1 trillion.
Apple Unveils Pencil Support For $329 iPad At Education EventApple is adding the ability to use a digital pencil to draw and write on its cheapest iPad model in an attempt to make the tablet more compelling for creating, teaching and learning.
Apple Looks To Return To Head Of Class In Education MarketApple is hoping to return to the head of the class in the competition to get high-tech products into U.S. classrooms.
Best Educational Gaming Apps For School Age ChildrenStart the school year off right with these fun and challenging games that will keep your kids entertained and learning for hours. These six apps will provide endless laughter while your little one's work hard to solve puzzles, work on new skills, and create.
Kids Prefer Television, But Love Other Devices TooEver since Howdy Doody ushered in children's television nearly 70 years ago, each new generation of viewers has been treated to a growing bounty of programs on a mushrooming selection of gadgetry.
Apple Updating iPad, Cutting PriceApple is updating its iPad Air, now just called iPad, and shaving $70 off the price.
Feds Temporarily Ban Electronics On Certain Flights To USA new travel ban on electronics from certain United States-bound flights is creating ripples with world travelers.
Dolphin Snatches iPad Of Woman Taking Its Photo At SeaWorldA woman trying to take a picture of a dolphin at SeaWorld in Florida with an iPad apparently got a bit too close because it snatched the device right out of her hands.
Apple Set To Show New Software ImprovementsWith sales of Apple's flagship iPhone slowing, the spotlight is on the company's hunt for the next big thing. Apple's annual software developers conference will be a big opportunity to show the world what's coming.
Apple To Start Showing Ads In App StoreApple said that it will start showing paid ads when people search for apps in its popular mobile store. The company is also encouraging app makers to sell more apps on a subscription basis.
MLB Teams Get iPads In Dugout All Season LongMajor League Baseball announced a deal with Apple on Wednesday that gives iPad Pros to all teams this year along with a new scouting, analytics and video app called MLB Dugout.
Apple Planning March 21 Product LaunchApple has announced that its next product launch event will be on March 21. The tech giant provided no details, but analysts are anticipating a smaller iPhone, a smaller iPad Pro and new Apple Watch bands.
Cardinals Manager Trying iPad In DugoutMike Matheny is one of the first managers use an MLB approved tablet computer in the dugout.
Apple Removes Malware-Infected Apps From App StoreApple Inc. has removed some applications from its App Store after developers in China were tricked into using software tools that added malicious code in an unusual security breach.