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Apple drops the iTunes name from its Podcasts app

Apple has officially dropped the iTunes branding from its Podcasts app. It’s small change, and one that arrived with little fanfare from the company, outside of a few tweets from the department’s

Here’s all the new stuff in Apple’s latest security document

Hey guess what? Apple has a new security whitepaper! Apple only releases these things once every few years, and they represent the public's only window into how iPhones and other Apple products secure

Tobias Stone talks about identity, cryptography, and the future of citizenship

In this episode of Technotopia I walk to Tobias Stone, a writer, entrepreneur, and academic. Tobias has been writing on Trump and Brexit and worked with Identity.ee, a workgroup focused on cryptograph

Apple says recent WikiLeaks CIA docs detail old, fixed iPhone and Mac exploits

Apple says that its preliminary assessments of the WikiLeaks documents released today indicate that the vulnerabilities it details for iPhone and Mac were fixed years ago. The documents, which origina

You can listen to Crunch Report and Bullish on iTunes

Now you can listen to your favorite TechCrunch shows in the car, on a run or wherever you desire! TechCrunch’s Crunch Report and Bullish are officially available in the iTunes store in audio-onl

Kinetise now lets you download the code you make in their drag and drop app creator

The world of mobile development is a hairy one. You can code things yourself and hurt your brain on React Native or you can use a drag-and-drop editor and get locked into one platform forever. But now

What happens when you dump the App Store?

In what amounts to one of the purest and most interesting experiments in assessing value of Mac OS’s App Store the founder of Rogue Amoeba posted a description of what happened when he pulled hi

Audible’s iTunes exclusivity ends following antitrust pushback in Europe

Since 2003, Amazon -owned Audible has been the sole proprietor of audiobook on iTunes, a deal that has ruffled plenty of publishing feathers and raised some antitrust red flags around the world. Accor

App downloads up 15 percent in 2016, revenue up 40 percent thanks to China

The app industry is continuing to grow, according to a new year-end analysis from app intelligence firm App Annie, out today, which found that app downloads, time spent in apps and revenue grew acr

Tim Cook’s compensation not spared as Apple misses performance goals

As a result of Apple’s performance based executive compensation packages, CEO Tim Cook and other leaders within the company will be taking pay cuts. Apple missed internal revenue and operating i

The Future of TV isn’t apps

We’re in the mid-digital age, but we live with the legacy of analog systems, technology and thinking that's only embellished by the technologies of our new era.

Spoken Editions goes live on iTunes so you can listen to your favorite websites

As we reported in September, iTunes has today launched a new section called “Spoken Editions,” which will feature narrated content from a number of online publishers in the form of audio-

AirServer can now transmit your iPhone screen to your Xbox

AirServer, makers of software that essentially turns anything into an AirPlay sever, has announced the availability of AirServer for the Xbox One. That means you can transmit your AirPlay screens to y

Apple’s iTunes soon to serve up “Spoken Editions” of publishers’ content

If you prefer listening to the news over reading the news, you’ll soon have a new way to do so, via iTunes. In the near future, you’ll be able to browse through a variety of podcasts focu

Redesigned version of iTunes launches with iCloud Music glitches

Apple is having a rough day with the rollout of its new software platforms: in addition to the bug that was bricking users’ iPhones when upgrading to iOS 10, the new version of iTunes – iT

Apple is offering 10 movies for $10 to celebrate a decade of iTunes movies

Major deal alert – iTunes is offering six different $10 bundles of 10 movies to celebrate 10 years of iTunes movies. Proud of @iTunesMovies and 10 years of celebrating docs, indies, blockbusters

Accessibility was all around this year’s WWDC

Accessibility, conceptually, is much more than just the discrete "accessibility options for people with disabilities". At its heart, accessibility is about just that: access. You don't need to have a

Apple will require HTTPS connections for iOS apps by the end of 2016

During a security presentation at Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference, the company revealed the deadline for all apps in its App Store to switch on an important security feature called App Transp

Apple’s App Store at the end of the app era

Like a fly frozen in amber, the App Store’s fundamental deal has remained unmoving since its inception. As an enormous ecosystem swelled around it, crystalline structures of new rules and avenues of

Apps as anime characters

What would software programs look like if they were people? Artist Reef1600 dreamed up these awesome personifications and let us share them with you. Check out his art, buy his work on Gumroad, and c
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