The new YouTube app is easier to navigate, says Google, and allows users to subscribe to content from within the app.
The acquisition brings Apple a company that works on bringing advanced AI systems to devices as small as smartphones.
The patent, which Apple applied for in 2013, covers technology for flexible and curved displays for the company's products, including iPhones.
Target is the latest store chain to sell the Apple Watch, with all of its stores getting the devices by Oct. 25.
The move escalates Amazon's war to attract more users to its competing Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick devices by cutting out competitors.
IHS' teardown analysis of an iPhone 6s Plus shows that Apple is adding $16 more in components than it built into the iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple debuts a new Mac operating system, OS X 10.11, which offers some new features and locks down security.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Security firms jumped on the news of the XcodeGhost earlier this month, but the attack affected mostly China and was blunted by Apple’s security efforts.
The company will pay up to $120 of your lease or installment charges until 2016 on a new Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ or Note 5 phone.
The installed base of tablet computers will rise in 2016 by only 4 percent, the smallest amount since the category arrived in 2010, says ABI Research.
A day after T-Mobile announces plans to offer iPhone 6s phones for as little as $5 a month with a trade-in, Sprint drops its price to $1 a month.
Pebble Time Round, the first round smartwatch from Pebble, starts at $249 and will be available in early November in a wide range of sizes, finishes and band options.
As the new iPhones set to launch Sept. 25, T-Mobile is cutting its prices if customers trade in certain recent models of smartphones.
The vehicles wouldn't be self-driving, but would bring Apple into the electric car marketplace to compete with Toyota, Tesla, GM and others.
At its Sept. 9 event, Apple spent much of the time talking about its Apple Watch, the new iPhone, and the iPad Pro with its 12.9-inch screen. Yet, effectively lost amid the talk about all these other products was the iPad Mini 4, the company's smallest and lightest slate. This low-end device ostensibly attempts to capture more casual users or those in need of more portability than what may be offered in some of its bigger cousins. Apple's decision to keep its pitch short for the iPad Mini 4 likely had something to do with the fact that it's not much of an update over its predecessor. It may also have something to do with Apple wanting to put the focus on the more expensive iPad Pro. But the iPad Mini 4 earns its spot as a notable new product from Apple and comes with some upgraded features that new entrants to the tablet space as well as those who already own one of Apple's small tablet models would probably like to find. Read on to find out what customers can expect from Apple's iPad Mini 4 and why it may have deserved more attention than it received at the company's press event earlier this month.