Can you hear me now? Not if you use this app.
Back up, strap in, and go nuts! iOS 9 is ready for public beta.
But at least you get to actually use your iPhone's features, rather than enabling Airplane Mode and frantically searching for a power outlet.
This kid-friendly tablet has a Web browser hand curated by education experts, and Imagicard games combine digital and physical experiences.
Break out the popcorn and maybe the shot glasses. It's worth it to see our favorite tech titans played by unknown actors, as the soundtrack pounds and the narrator intones.
From a customized storefront for everyone, to special filters and controls for parents, the Google Play Store will make it easier to find the apps and content you want.
Google Now can't read your mind (yet), but Now on Tap will let it get pretty close, by gleaning contextual information from every app on your phone.
Being sent from an app to a web browser will be a lot less jarring in Android M.
Some feel a little more 1.0 than others, but you're stuck with all 20 whether you like 'em or not.
The Apple Watch's little annoyances are harder to ignore than the iPhone's, iPad's, and Mac's, because you're wearing them right on your wrist.
Out this summer, the UP4 will combine the heart-tracking features of the UP3 with NFC payments by American Express. A lightweight UP2 tracker rounds out the offering.
The new MacBook isn't the only Apple laptop to get a fancy new pressure-sensitive trackpad, though it may not be exactly the same model.
You could always try various watch sizes, finishes, and bands at the Apple Store, buy one, and return it in 14 days. But if you're nowhere near an Apple Store, gadget rental service Lumoid has you covered.
OK, there are two ports—if you count the headphone jack. But the new 12-inch MacBook didn't get so thin and light without making tradeoffs.
Details like what it'll cost and how long it'll last are important, but the big question remains, simply, why.
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