- A massive hack database including over 272 million Google, Yahoo and Microsoft email passwords was offered by a Russian hacker for less than $1. Find out who was impacted and what you should do if you were.
- Apple App store search not working for you? Find out how to get the apps you are looking for until the broken search is fixed.
- Google penned a deal with Chrysler for 100 minivans for its self-driving car program.
- Microsoft HoloLens Specs And Features Revealed: Is The Augmented Reality Headset Worth $3,000?
- Apple is planning a major redesign of Apple Music and will announce the reboot’s release alongside iOS 10 at WWDC in June, according to 9to5Mac. This is iDigitalTimes hopes to see in the new version of Apple Music when it is released in June.
- Hulu has confirmed plans to offer live TV content on its platform, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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Uber May Be Fudging The Map: Cars Seen On App Map May Not Be Real, Instead More Like A Screensaver Report IndicatesWhenever an Uber user opens the app on their smartphone, they’re greeted with a map indicating the current drivers circling their location. However, according to a report from Motherboard, these car icons representing drivers may in fact be figments of imagination, phantom cabs designed to make a user decide to order a car through Uber instead of a ride-sharing app competitor.
Apple TV App Doesn’t Have A Comcast Xfinity Option? Log In & Activate Your Cable Subscription With This Workaround [AMC, ABC, History Channel & More]If you’re an Apple TV user, you’ve probably noticed that certain apps do not let you log in with your Comcast Xfinity cable details. These apps include ABC, AETV, FYI, History Channel, Lifetime, HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, DIY Network and most recently, the AMC app, which was just released at long last.
- A possible iPhone 7 component has been spotted on Weibo, or the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, by French tech blog Nowhereelse.fr. The most striking thing about the possible leak is the inclusion of the headphone jack port in the module.