Our editors spend a lot of time testing and using iPad cases, but there are a few we keep coming back to once our testing is done. Here are some of our personal favorites for the iPad mini..
As much as senior contributor Lex Friedman would like to trust Apple, there are times when the company doesn't exactly inspire trust. And that's a problem for both Apple and its customers.
We asked five experts to share their strategies for organizing their Desktops. Here's a look at the amazingly different and often quirky ways they use their Macs.
iOS 7 looks dramatically different from prior iterations of the operating system. But the updates are more than skin-deep. The stock Safari browser on your iOS device scores some serious changes in iOS 7, too. Here's what you have in store.
Notes and Reminders both had skeumorphic-heavy looks in iOS 6, both of which have mostly disappeared in iOS 7. The new Notes and Reminders are sleek, simpler versions of their predecessors; here's what you have to look forward to.
Senior contributor Lex Friedman details iOS 7's new activation lock feature.
Cut-and-paste is better than ever when you use Collective.
What's new in Notification Center? Senior contributor Lex Friedman is more than happy to tell you.
First Jawbone made the original Jambox. Then the company made the device bigger. So it was only logical for Jawbone to then make it smaller. But is the Mini Jambox half the speaker or twice the performer?
Apple unveiled two new iPhones, so now you have a couple of decisions: Should you upgrade your iPhone, and if so, to which model?
After Apple's iPhone event on Tuesday, senior editor Dan Moren and senior writer Lex Friedman got a chance to play around with the company's most colorful smartphone ever.
We got a quick first-look at the iPhone 5s in Cupertino after Apple's big iPhone event. Here are our first impressions of Apple's newest high-end smartphone.
Not content merely to unveil a pair of new iPhones, Apple on Tuesday also took the wraps off a pair of new Lightning docks for those devices.
The iPhone 5s gets beefed up with faster guts and fingerprint scanning, while the 5c is fantastic with plastic and rainbow colors.
All signs point to Apple rolling out new smartphones on September 10 at its event in Cupertino. But to find out exactly what Apple has up its sleeve, you'll have to read our live account of the event.
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