Might be selling it on
Fertility apps on mobile phones might be collecting rather too much personal data sparking fears that creators are selling it.
So much for app store protection
The fruit and nutty Cargo cult Apple has been approving scam apps which make you pay them for a subscription before they let you shut down your phone.
The peasants are revolting
App developers are defying Apple in record numbers, according to a new coalition of companies aimed at breaking the iPhone maker's tight grip over its mobile software and the way it governs the App Store.
Depends on Trump’s mood
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said President Donald Trump's executive orders against TikTok and WeChat could be "broader" than just those two apps.
Breaks its own rules on rankings
Apple has been breaking its own rules on rankings to make sure its products kill rivals in its app store, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.
Mobile apps facilitate "commercial exploitation" of children
Mickey Mouse outfit Walt Disney has been secretly collecting personal information on children which it shares illegally with advertisers without parental consent, according to a federal lawsuit filed late last week in California.
Old case back from the dead
An old case which accused Apple of conspiring to create a monopoly has risen from the grave to bite Jobs’ Mob.
Lumia apps are just not worth it
To please its glorious Microsoft overlord, the former rubber boot maker Nokia released a string of photography apps which were designed to work on Redmond's nearly invisible mobile phones. Now Microsoft is pulling most of them.
The most important one
Microsoft has done a significant u-turn and bought back one of the most popular Windows features for Windows 10.