Probably because it hasn't sold many
It's a win for incessant nagging
Tapping on links will no longer bork your iPhone or iPad
But promises it's coming 'soon', naturally
Security firm shipped antivirus with remote debugger active
Could make it easier for businesses to create virtual reality content
Attack hijacks communications between managed iOS devices and MDM solutions
Consumers happy to give up their smart home data for buttons
But not racist, sexist Holocaust deniers
Official app will be discontinued today
16-year-old snuck his sneaky game in the backdoor
Infinity Ward to go beyond
Text-to-speech thing is yours for the baking
Zhuangongban. Not just the sound effect of firing a catapult at a fridge
Eventual decision could affect the whole premise of open source
Agency wants industry help in shutting down MSIL/Samas.A
It's less an app, more an inoculation
Pure Douglas Adams from Redmond
Your weekly guide to the inner workings of the Googletron
IBM deliberately holding back AI's abilities in case of unfortunate 'surprises'
Colonel Kitten has been woken up and he's pissed
Firm reveals launch partners ahead of a rollout in the 'coming months'
In retrospect the dancing girls were a very bad idea
Technology's answer to The Hooded Claw does it again
I'll Die Before I Surrender, Tim
Worst. Survey. Ever.
Company reaffirms commitment to own software despite Android move
Edge of the seat job
Docker containers get more flexible storage options with Azure File Storage
Four months later than Microsoft had originally planned
And a slice of New York Cheesecake
Broadcaster creates an (Oculus) rift between its rivals
We love the smell of greasepaint in the morning
Appley ever after? Stream on.
Cloudy with a chance of apples
Balls, driving, kicking and punching all aimed at your face
Kaspersky rings the alarm bell
Says it's 'happy to have the conversation'
Sleb skin sharer shoved towards slammer
Attention all spend-happy narcissists
Scotland's MaidSafe wants you to develop new apps for them