It's the little things that drive you crazy every day: the shift key, the light-up notifications. Apple's heard the cussing and will fix these problems and more with iOS 9.
Developers will soon be able to free themselves from the iPhone and tap into the full array of Apple Watch sensors.
Instead of sharing location data automatically, Facebook users will be have the option to specify their whereabouts on a map.
Huawei will be the first dedicated fitness tracker to support Jawbone's app and coaching features.
Apple may not be entirely to blame for the delay, and Pebble gets some great publicity from it. The only losers are Pebble's most loyal backers.
The new standalone service launches on July 12, and includes full access to Showtime's back catalog.
Due to a rare fire hazard risk, Apple is recalling all Beats Pill XL speakers, and offering $325 in exchange.
Who has time to organize digital photos? Google shows a better way, provided you can live with some compression.
Microsoft is rolling out a red carpet for iOS and Android users, giving them a standalone version of Cortana and some help syncing their data to Windows PCs.
The pursuit of live, local TV stations may be gumming up the process, and Apple reportedly has no TV programmers on board.
At $39, Apple's new Lightning dock is more than twice the price of third-party alternatives, but it's also simpler.
Apple upgrades its largest laptop, offers a downgrade for its most expensive all-in-one.
Owners can now bark out orders to buy stuff. And thus, the endgame for Amazon’s cylindrical speaker is revealed.
If you can't decide between Internet radio and on-demand streaming, Rdio's $4 per month plan will give you a bit of both.
The new website lets you drop in any image and attempts to identify it, though it's more amusing than practical at the moment.