Feral Interactive has announced that the 12th game in the Tomb Raider series, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, will be coming to Mac next year. It follows last month’s announcement that Life is Strange 2 will also be coming to macOS in 2019.
A large-scale survey has found that the majority of Americans now back Apple’s call for tech regulation.
AAPL stock has officially entered a bear market as its stock has fallen more than 20% from its high on October 3. A stock, or a market as a whole, is considered to be in bear territory when its price has fallen 20% or more from its highest price in the past 12 months.
Over the weekend, we reported that Apple had pulled Tumblr’s official iOS app from the App Store. While details were unclear at the time, CNET’s Download.com reports today that the app was removed due to the discovery of child pornography.
Snapchat today is making it easier for brands to create AR Lenses designed for the application. The company is launching a new program it calls Lens Creative Partners, which lets business discover certified AR creators to build branded lenses for Snapchat filters.
Apple has today released a somewhat controversial ad, titled “5 reasons iPad Pro can be your next computer”. The iPad Pro is a powerful machine, but can it replace your traditional computer?
Originally demoed at the iPad Pro event in October, an update for NBA 2K Mobile is now available as a free download on iOS.
As Twitter announced some changes to its iOS app today to improve the user experience, Instagram is rolling out new changes that will see the company deleting “inauthentic likes, follows and comments.”
The awesome iPhone photo editor Darkroom is coming to the iPad soon, and today we’re seeing a sneak peek of what to expect from Darkroom for iPad. Darkroom 4 is also looking for beta testers to put the app through its paces before release.
While Portrait mode depth editing arrived with the iPhone XS, XR and the 2018 iPad Pro, the feature isn’t available on iPhone X, 8 Plus, and 7 Plus. Today, Google is rolling out support for the feature with Google Photos for iOS.
In an effort to clean up the Twitter experience, the company is today rolling out an update on iOS that de-prioritizes the appeal of follower counts on the platform.