During its CES 2016 press conference, Samsung announced that its latest wearable, the Gear S2, will be compatible with iOS later this year. Unfortunately, Samsung didn't provide any other details or expand on how functional the smartwatch will be when tethered to an iPhone, but it's coming nonetheless.
The Gear S2 runs on Samsung's own Tizen OS rather than Android Wear, and it originally launched with compatibility with select Android devices, in addition to Samsung's own offerings. It will be interesting to see if Samsung makes any inroads with iPhone users, especially given the Gear S2's direct competition, the Apple Watch.
EU to appeal Apple's $15 billion tax bill ruling
A new report says the EU will appeal a court decision stating that Apple's tax arrangements in Ireland did not breach state aid laws in the bloc. The EU says Ireland is owed nearly $15 billion by Apple.
Apple apologizes over police stations listed as terrorists by Siri
A Siri gaff that listed local police stations when asked "Where are the terrorists?" has been fixed, and Apple has apologized over the issue.
Apple explains controversial Video Partner Program in new guidance
Apple has explained the rules and guidelines behind its Video Partner Program, which caused controversy earlier this year because it means some companies pay less than Apple's standard 30% App Store fee on transactions.
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