This $250 activity tracker has GPS, on-board music storage, and heart rate monitoring, but it's too clunky and difficult to use for daily wear.
Is code protected by the First Amendment? Apple will argue that it does.
The Hot Band brings notifications and audio to the watch you already own.
Tidal is at the top of the app charts, but West's album is being torrented at a furious pace.
You could get a little money back because Uber's driver background checks aren't really "industry leading."
For some reason, Facebook's iPhone app is still a huge drain on your battery.
Cupertino is also planning to roll out screen protector installation machines at Apple Stores to keep your iPhone display pristine.
Facebook has declared its 12th birthday "Friends Day." It's a good excuse to look at old photos.
The $130 fitness band puts a stylish spin on activity-tracking.
The network is now using more than just likes and comments to figure out what to show you first.
U.S. adapters aren't affected, but Apple's World Travel Adapter Kit is.
Oracle's lawsuit against Google is revealing tons of financial details, like Google's revenue-sharing agreement with Apple.
Jarecki's new video-editing app creates cinematic narratives out of photos and iPhone footage.
This iOS app isn't another Facebook clone, which makes it worth a look.
From refrigerators that order groceries to robots that clean house, CES 2016 was full of high-tech appliances that will make our lives a whole lot easier.