Apple has announced a release date for a film it temporarily shelved following allegations of sexual misconduct against one of its producers.
iPhone and iPad users were busy downloading apps at the end of 2019 leading to a record number of sales.
When Cristiano Ronaldo walked into his first game of 2020, it was his retro iPod that caught everyone’s attention.
A new lawsuit is accusing several of the world’s largest technology firms of knowingly profiting from children labouring under brutal conditions in African cobalt mines.
Apple has introduced a feature to its mobile payment system allowing London commuters to travel more seamlessly without needing to prepare their device.
Apple has delayed the theatrical release of its first original film, The Banker, amid misconduct allegations against one of the film’s co-producers.
Apple has cancelled the world premiere of a film set to arrive on its new streaming service as it investigates “concerns surrounding” the movie.
Jason Momoa has been criticised by animal welfare charity Peta after sharing a video of himself feeding a bear a biscuit out of his own mouth.
Fitbit is being acquired by Google’s parent company for about 2.1 billion dollars (£1.6 billion).
Apple’s highly anticipated streaming service Apple TV+ has arrived, along with a range of programmes boasting big-name stars.
Apple has reported record revenue for its fourth quarter despite a further fall in iPhone sales,
Apple will launch its highly anticipated streaming service Apple TV+ on Friday, along with a range of programmes boasting big-name stars.
Hailee Steinfeld has discussed the importance of portraying a same-sex relationship in her new Apple TV+ show Dickinson.
Jason Momoa said his starring role in dystopian drama See is his career highlight so far.
Netflix has revealed record-breaking streaming numbers for the third season of Stranger Things.
An upcoming drama telling an alternative history of the space race between the US and Soviet Union is a “deeply feminist” show, one of its stars has said.
A new portrait of iPhone designer Sir Jonathan Ive has been unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery.
Oprah Winfrey’s first show for the new Apple TV+ subscription service will be available on the day the platform launches, Apple has confirmed.
Apple’s Netflix-rivalling TV streaming service will launch on November 1, the technology giant has confirmed.
Game Of Thrones star Jason Momoa returns to the world of fantasy in the sweeping first trailer for the Apple TV+ series See.
Apple is commissioning “a considerable amount of content” from the UK creative community for the its upcoming video streaming platform, a senior executive for the company has said.
TV experts have warned that UK drama faces “extinction” at the hands of platforms like Netflix.
Music streaming service Spotify has said its paying subscribers have reached 100 million for the first time, up 32% year-on-year and almost twice the latest figures from Apple Music.
Disney has raised the curtain on a hotly anticipated video streaming service that is aiming to topple industry pioneer Netflix.
Bafta chairwoman Dame Pippa Harris has praised traditional broadcasters for making “extraordinary programmes” despite competition from streaming services.
Oprah Winfrey received a standing ovation as she appeared at Apple’s live event to announce two new documentaries.
Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston have confirmed their new programme is called The Morning Show and that it will offer “an honest look at the complex relationships between women and men in the workplace”.
Apple has launched its long-rumoured TV streaming service at a star-studded event featuring the likes of Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey.
Apple has unveiled its own TV and movie streaming subscription service, joining juggernauts Netflix and Amazon Prime for a slice of the lucrative streaming business.
Apple has introduced new pastel-coloured Apple Watch bands and iPhone cases for the spring season.
Netflix will not be part of Apple’s new video streaming service, boss Reed Hastings has told US media.
To President Donald Trump, it was an awkward slip of the tongue. To Apple chief executive Tim Cook, it was an opportunity to poke some sly fun at a president who has often clashed with the tech industry.