The difference between growth in activations and overall activations shouldn't be that hard to figure out.
Apple headlines for the week ending December 9, 2016.
This week's roundup includes a new and creative way to learn about how the White House works.
Apple will miss the critical holiday shopping season.
The carrier launches a new program that lets you use a single number across all of your devices, and multiple numbers on one device.
Super Mario Run—Nintendo's first mobile game—will require an always-on Internet connection to play, a requirement more common to console and AAA titles.
ASUS Chromebook C202 features a 180-degree hinge, spill-resistant keyboards, and reinforced rubber wrapped frames that meet the daily rigors and intense usage at home or by students both inside and outside of the classroom.
iOS utility helps reduce the amount of time spent editing text to fix common problems such as extraneous line breaks or spaces, remove empty lines, join paragraphs, and more.
Older Apple displays can't pass the necessary signal through a Thunderbolt 2–to–Thunderbolt 3 adapter, but Mini DisplayPort adapters are on the way.
Safari is a very capable web browser, but it's too demanding of memory resources.
True, the ultra-luxe gold Edition is a thing of the past, but the fitness-forward Series 2 still packs plenty of style.
The App Store editors announced 2016's best apps and games for iOS platforms. Did your favorites make the list?
This travel organizer offers a secure storage space for cord management, laptop and computer accessories putting everything you need in one place.
Facebook released its list of the most discussed topics for 2016. It ain't pretty.
These highly rated and inexpensive Bluetooth sport headphones promise high quality sound, sweatproof design, a comfortable fit, noise suppression, a long battery life and reliable Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity to your device, for just $38.