Two fall Apple events are better than one! The folks from Cupertino will show off something new next week on October 22.
Predictions of Apple's next event, the shame of bad in-car tech interfaces, smart smoke detectors, and international roaming
Microsoft has picked up iOS, Android, and Mac apps from German developer HLW Software to use as the basis for its own forthcoming remote desktop apps.
Safari Keyword Search is a browser extension that lets you search a variety of sites right from Safari's unified search field.
The latest smartphones from Cupertino will expand their worldwide presence over the next several weeks, coming to more than 50 new countries by November 1.
Living up to its word, Apple has filed its appeal against the decision in the ebook price-fixing case, as well as the resulting injunction issued last month.
Apple on Thursday released a pair of minor bug-fix updates for OS X 10.8.5 and iTunes 11.1.
Cupertino continues its shopping spree with the addition of the personal assistant service and app, Cue.
Tech misconceptions you've given up correcting, the rise of laziness in tech, Samsung's big week, Valve's Steam machines, and other steam machines.
The latest version of the mobile OS fixes two bugs that let users use a locked iPhone without entering the passcode.
Apple's slate of 2013 Tech Talks will take place this fall in six cities around the world. Each city will have two offerings: a day focused on app development and a day focused on game development.
Amazon's new Kindle Fire HDX, the merits of personal tech support, Steam moves toward releasing its own hardware, and Microsoft introduces the Surface 2.
The Apple TV 6.0 update is back, hopefully with 100-percent less bricking. And Apple's got a walkthrough of a feature that lets you set up the set-top box using nothing more than your iOS device.
Revised iMacs now offer Haswell-based Intel processors, enhanced graphics, faster storage options, and 802.11ac wireless. And they come in at the same price points as the models introduced last year.
When you pick up your very first iPhone, it can be a little daunting to get started with new technology -- especially if you've never before used Apple's mobile operating system, iOS. But don't panic: Your iPhone makes it easy to get up and running in no time.