UberRush launches in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, with deliveries starting at $5.
Apple’s News app bumps up against Chinese censorship rules.
Some benchmark tests show weaker battery life in Samsung’s A9 chip, but Apple claims those tests are misleading and unrealistic.
With an Apple streaming TV service rumored for next year, it never hurts to be prepared.
Google unveils a plan to make the open web more tolerable in hopes of fending off Apple and Facebook.
The new Apple TV will open its universal search features to more apps in the future.
Philips Hue smart bulb users can tack on HomeKit support for $40.
WatchOS 2 is packed with new features, but may also cause app install problems for some users. With enough effort, it’s fixable.
Pebble’s power-sipping e-paper display allows for a watch that’s much slimmer than the competition.
Pico Cassettes mimic the look and feel of handheld gaming cartridges, but are still just a conduit to the App Store.
Apple’s tiniest tablet almost matches the iPad Air 2 spec for spec.
The mere presence of Siri voice search in the new Apple TV is unremarkable. It’s the execution that matters.
In a last stand against a 2013 antitrust ruling, Apple takes its case to the Supreme Court.
After getting pelted with government lawsuits, AT&T more than quadruples the amount of full-speed data for legacy unlimited plans.
Rivalry between the nation’s smallest major carriers could work out in your favor.