For an extra $5 per month, subscribers can lock in discounts on future phones--while locking themselves in to a contract of sorts.
Your Apple-powered smart home of the future needn't be limited to the HomeKit ecosystem, but venturing outside will bring some restrictions.
A version of Facebook for inter-office communication holds promise, but it's still in testing and there's no business model yet.
The free app does a fine job of sending photos to your TV, but there are better options for video.
No more paying back later or picking up the next one: Users can now choose up to five contacts to divvy up the cost of a ride.
Oh snap, you may have to postpone your New Year's resolution to exercise, at least if Jawbone's UP3 fitness band was part of your plans.
You don't need to pay to watch great TV. The networks are offering more and more of their top shows online, where you can watch them for free on set-top boxes, game consoles, and other devices. We'll show you how.
Netflix says downloads are a 'short term fix' for the bigger problem of Wi-Fi access.
The informational apps formerly known as Bing are no longer exclusive to Windows devices.
The state will offer a free driver's license app in 2015, though it may face some hurdles in fully replacing a physical document.
It's yet another limited-time offer, but it brings the cost of unlimited data to just $180 per month for a family of four.
Apple Stores around the country will hold workshops and events to teach basic programming to youngsters.
Just like the mobile version, Wickr's new desktop apps sends messages that vanish without a trace. But there's one thing it can't do on the new platforms that's pretty important.
After years of vowing not to bring Firefox to the iPhone and iPad, Mozilla is changing its tune--and is presumably willing to work with Apple's rules.
Future Bluetooth devices could connect to the Internet through regular home routers, and require opt-in approval for privacy-invading Beacons.