If you have a late-2013 Mac Pro that's been experiencing problems with its graphics cards, there may be some good news coming your way. Apple is reportedly about to start a Repair Extension Program to fix the issues!
Rap star Drake stars in the first of two Super Bowl 50 commercials from T-Mobile. The carrier has released the ad early, with Drake making some changes to his song "Hotline Bling" based on comments from other wireless providers.
YouTube Red, the subscription-based version Google's video service, will launches its first original series and movies on Feb. 10. They include Lazer Team, a sci-fi comedy from the Red vs Blue team at Rooster Teeth.
Ubisoft will finally hold a worldwide launch its action-role playing game Assassin's Creed Identity for the iPhone and iPad on Feb. 25. The game soft-launched in Australia and New Zealand over a year ago
T-Mobile will air two 30-second commercials during Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7. The carrier has already posted a teaser that takes a look back at previous classic Super Bowl ads, including Apple's 1984 commercial, Volkswagen's Darth Vader ad and more.
T-Mobile has added four more content providers to its Binge One video streaming program, including Amazon Video, Fox News, Univision NOW and WWE Network It has also made it easier to turn it off or on via new dialer codes.
Facebook will begin rolling out five more emojis that are designed to complement the social network's famous "Like" button to all of its users worldwide sometime in the next few weeks. Facebook has been quietly testing these new buttons in select markets over the past few months.
Yahoo has announced it is rolling out updates for both its main app and its web site. It will offer faster access to news stories, along with a quicker way to browse and create comments with the Yahoo online community
Spotify will begin offering its iPhone users access to video content news week in addition to its streaming music feature. The video launch will be available first for users in the U.S., the UK, Germany and Sweden.
A new report claims that Apple may launch new band colors for the Apple Watch in March. It also claimes that a second-generation version of the smartwatch is due for a launch this fall, with a possible announcement in September.
A new report claims Uber is going to launch its UberEats app and food delivery service sometime in late March in 10 U.S. cities. The ride-share company has been testing the app in Toronto for the past month.
Starbuck has announced a new partnership with the Spotify streaming music service. The deal will allow users of the Starbucks app to save songs they hear while in their local Starbucks coffee shop. They will also be able to create a Spotify playlist of Starbucks-curated songs.
Hard rock band Iron Maiden is teaming up with developer Roadhouse Interactive to launch Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast, an upcoming free-to-play RPG that will be released for iOS and Android later this summer.
Apple has confirmed it is one of the sponsors of the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee, which helps to manage the logistics for the NFL's biggest game of the year. Apple won't comment on how much money it is spending to be a sponsor.
Developer Disruptor Beam has launched its free-to-play action-adventure game Star Trek Timelines. The game allows players to go on missions of exploration and combat, and they can crew their ship with characters from nearly all of the franchise's TV shows and movies.
Amazon is celebrating the two Golden Goble wins for its original Amazon Prime series Mozart in the Jungle by offering the service for just $73 a year from Friday, Jan. 15 to Sunday, Jan. 17. Both seasons of the show will also be available for free streaming for anyone to watch this weekend.