The news that malware can invade iPhones and other Apple devices via the Safari web browser has damaged Apple's reputation for security. But you can fix the problem by updating your phone's software.
For all their good intentions, accidents happen when fallible humans intervene in complex systems they don't understand.
Advocates and opponents of breaking up Facebook, Google and other technology giants are falling prey to some serious misconceptions.
With the benefit of hindsight, we might finally see that the iPhone was the opposite of minimalism.
Trump believes the money Americans spend on Chinese imports like the iPhone goes straight into China's pockets. In reality, China gets very little value from it.
Companies scrutinise our online likes, dislikes, searches and purchases to produce data that can be used commercially. And it's often done without us understanding the full extent of the surveillance.
Once-leading firms such as Chrysler, Citigroup, Dunlop and Nokia have one thing in common: they failed. While each case seems unique, research points to key processes that lead to corporate failures.
Apple's decision to end iTunes for its new desktop operating system is an attempt to retain and regain market share from rival media platforms.
Vudu, Apple TV+, Disney +, NBC Universal: there's going to be a lot of blood on the carpet.
Software makers including Apple have been creating apps aimed at limiting how much time we spend using our smartphones. A behavioral scientist explains how – and whether – they work.
Consumption has become the primary form of self-identity and self-expression.
There are mounting calls to dismember the likes of Google, Apple and Amazon, but most people seem to have overlooked the biggest threat of all.
Tech companies portray virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri as our helpers. In reality, we're helping them gather the behavioural data they need to turn a profit.
Trying to figure out if Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam or other would-be penitents are sincere? A scholar who analyzed dozens of recent apologies offers a user's guide.
Exactly 150 years after Mendeleev's classic formulation, it's time for one for the resource-hungry 21st century.
Monopolies are bad for innovation and dismantling them would help the US economy compete.
Most tech companies make it difficult for users to say no to aggressive surveillance practices. But it is helpful to know about the default settings on your smartphone and how to change them.
Automated predatory trading has the potential to bring the world economy to its knees. So why is reform so leisurely?
Some will point to Apple's lost talisman as the reason for the company's current woes. They needn't bother.
Who would you rather work for: Apple or Domino's Pizza?