A Reddit user has discovered that the first beta of iOS 12 includes a Music app feature that allows Apple Music subscribers to search for songs using lyric phrases. As the image below shows, using the
A woman with advanced breast cancer which had spread around her body has been completely cleared of the disease by a groundbreaking therapy that harnessed the power of her immune system to fight the tumours.
The US government is investigating whether Apple broke stock market rules over a software update that slowed down old iPhones when their batteries degraded. The Department of Justice and the Securities
Apple iOS 11 has hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons lately (and the criticism is deserved). Now more complaints are flooding in for a new iOS 11 problem, but look closer and it isn’t a problem
This past Sunday morning at 1am, I was at home watching TV when my phone buzzed with an incoming WhatsApp message. “Hey Ben, just letting you know that we have updated V drivers after community feedback.”
Hey Google, turn it up The war for your living room is on. But I’m not talking about the one battling for your eyeballs, I’m referring to the one jockeying for your ears and your voice. The world of smart,
Internet giant Yahoo’s massive 2013 security breach has dealt the company yet another blow. Today Yahoo sent out a notice disclosing that a further investigation of the 2013 breach has produced new evidence.
By Geoff Edgers Geoff Edgers Reporter covering movies, museums, comedy, music and pop culture Email Bio Follow The convention couldn’t sound less rock-and-roll — the National Association of Music Merchants
Apple introduced some major changes to the iPad with its iOS 11 beta earlier this week. While you can use the iPad just as you’ve always been able to, there are some additional multitasking changes that
But it will be a while before you can buy one. Those rumors of Apple unveiling a Siri-enabled speaker just got a little more tangible. Bloomberg sources claim that Apple has started manufacturing the device.
MagazineFeature Honesty may be the best policy, but scheming and dishonesty are part of what makes us human. In the fall of 1989 Princeton University welcomed into its freshman class a young man named
A wolf with lush, black fur and piercing yellow eyes is sitting on a stack of rocks in the woods, staring down a group of photographers less than 10 feet away. Whenever its head turns, camera shutters
It has become commonplace to the point of cliché for pundits to explain in worried tones that smartphones can be addictive. In a recent "60 Minutes" segment, Anderson Cooper interviewed Tristan Harris,
“We should take seriously the possibility that things could go radically wrong.” Imagine that, in 20 or 30 years, a company creates the first artificially intelligent humanoid robot. Let’s call her “Ava.”
Does the start of a New Year renew your energy and motivation to achieve change? For most it does, but let's face it, no matter how driven you are, there will be times when your energy and commitment ebb.
It has sent rockets into space, produced millions of the world's smartphones and built high-speed trains. But until now, one bit of manufacturing had perhaps unexpectedly eluded China: the ballpoint pen.
It's poised to be an exciting year in artificial intelligence. Last year, artificial intelligence deals topped a billion for the first time. The White House started publishing reports on AI and the economy.