Apple's green LEDs aren't a major departure from other fitness trackers, though the addition of infrared light could help conserve battery life.
Dish's streaming video service may be cheaper than a bloated cable bundle, but it can still be just as confusing.
New features include customizable playlist images, a mini-player for quickly controlling playback, and a global search function.
The Wipowerband promises to double the Apple Watch's battery life, while sacrificing any sense of fashion it once had.
That doesn't include accidental damage charges, which range from $69 to $1000.
HBO’s standalone streaming video service arrived on Apple devices and web browsers this week, but a few mysteries remain.
Twitter starts embedding tweets with lengthier comments attached, and in doing so could change the way we use the social network.
4K video remains a chicken-and-egg problem, and Apple is reportedly staying out of it.
Buyers of Apple’s luxury smartwatch can get a third year of damage protection and 24/7 support, but it won’t come cheap.
A new iPad app makes magazine-like stories out of words and pictures. It's so easy, you might wish it wasn't.
Apple started thinking about smartwatches in 2011, but the Watch's raison d’etre—saving us from staring at our phones all the time—only became clear later.
App selection is one of the biggest factors in choosing a streaming media player for your TV. Here's how the major players compare.
Apple expands its in-store trade-in program to include “select” smartphones from other manufacturers.
All those short, looping video clips are about to get a lot sharper.
The Apple Watch won't launch until late April, but a couple dozen apps have already arrived.