Apple headlines for the week ending December 2, 2016.
Using a combination of mixed reality displays and 3D cameras, users of Microsoft's "Holoportation" technology can interact with remote participants as if they were in the same physical space.
This week's roundup includes a new app that celebrates the 50th anniversary of a children's favorite.
The CyberPower Professional Series CSP600WSU Surge Suppressor is ideal for Home/Office protection with 1200 joules, 6 swivel outlets, 2 USB 2.1 Amp charging ports, and a convenient wall tap design.
A problem with iPhone 6s products randomly shutting down comes from a battery flaw found in a small number of models, according to Apple.
Two researchers claim to have found a way to bypass the activation lock feature in iOS that's supposed to prevent anyone from using an iPhone or iPad marked as lost by its owner.
This USB 3.0 flash drive is designed to keep your files safe. The anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing is waterproof to 200 meters, vibration-resistant, and shock-resistant. USB 3.0 means read speeds up to four times faster than traditional drives.
Apple is offering to replace batteries for free on certain iPhone 6s smartphones that shut down randomly: Here's how to find out if yours qualifies.
This Bushbox is an ultra light Titanium multi-fuel pocket stove. It can be used with wood, organic material, or a standard alcohol burner, and folds down so small and lightweight that you could carry it in your pocket.
At the AWS re:Invent show, Network World's Brandon Butler takes a closer look at the AWS Snowball offering. The ruggedized appliance helps enterprises migrate very large amounts of data to Amazon's cloud.
Network World's Brandon Butler gives a quick tour of the Amazon Web Services re:Invent show floor, where companies are showing off products and services that support the AWS cloud.
New hooks into Google Photos expands cloud-based interoperability.
Blair Hanley Frank from the IDG News Service and Brandon Butler from Network World wrap up some of the announcements from Day 2 of the Amazon Web Services re:Invent show in Las Vegas. Highlights include new tools for developers to write easier applications for the Amazon cloud and protections against DDoS attacks.
Network World's Brandon Butler speaks with Stephen Orban, head of enterprise strategy at Amazon Web Services, about how its cloud can help enterprises with innovation and new business opportunities.
At the AWS re:Invent show in Las Vegas, Network World's Brandon Butler chats with WIlliam Fellows, co-founder of The 451 Group, about the latest cloud trends for enterprise companies.
The iPhone and Apple Watch are already capable travel companions, but improvements to Maps, Apple Pay, and SIM-switching would go a long way.
Kirk McElhearn uncovers a couple of mysteries about iTunes libraries.
Yes, you can finally relive the Battle of Yavin with these fighting Star Wars drones.
Eject Red 6! Now you can relive the Battle of Yavin with these collectible fighting Star Wars drones.
You accidentally sent a text to a landline. What does the recipient hear?
This week's roundup of new Mac apps includes Rocket, a Touch Bar app that displays icons of your most-used apps.
Users have praised the performance of Apple's A10 Fusion chip in the iPhone 7, but its underlying graphics architecture may not be so new after all.