Plenty of wearables track your heart rate, but not many use that data to get you help in an emergency.
Apple's streaming service is officially old enough to know better, but still too young to care.
He's also asking for 1.5 percent of all future iPhone sales—around $3.5 billion per year.
Featured Events and Slideshows are taking the work out of using Facebook.
"No math, no surprises," Uber promises.
BitTorrent Now lets you stream or buy music, movies, and art on iOS, Android, and Apple TV.
Don't get distracted by the super-sized emoji and full-screen fireworks. The most significant change to Messages in iOS 10 is third-party app integration.
The social network is betting on 140-second videos and new tools for influencers to juice more usage.
Using a burner phone number and an auto-responding text message bot, you may never have to deal with unwanted photos or aggressive texts ever again.
Prefer swimming to running? Misfit's new Speedo Shine 2 tracks your laps, your sleep, and your steps.
You don't need your debit card to take money out of the ATM anymore, which could be dangerous.
More rest and more activity lead to a lower BMI.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld Staff Writer Caitlin McGarry to unpack all of Apple's WWDC keynote announcements. Or most of them, anyway!
The Apple Watch is getting faster and easier to use, with fun new messaging and fitness features, too.
The Worldwide Developers Conference keynote was two hours long. You may have missed a few things.