This week's roundup brings even more wireless headphone options for your new iPhone 7.
From integrated big data platforms to location-based mobile apps to real-time package tracking, the ability to explore, segment and predict customer behavior is a rapidly expanding frontier.
Mac app uses science and research in service to creativity.
Using the 2x setting in iPhone 7 Plus's Camera app doesn't always mean the telephoto lens will take the photo. If you're too close your subject, or there isn't enough light, the app will use the "regular" wide-angle lens and digitally zoom the photo instead.
A reader is perplexed and annoyed by “magic windows” for logging into Wi-Fi networks.
You don't need a Series 2 to seriously upgrade your Apple Watch. Give these watchOS 3 features a shot.
Read Receipts let the person you are communicating with know when you have received and read their message.
We'll help you find the best wireless speakers for pairing with your smartphone or tablet—whatever your budget, and whatever music floats your boat.
This thoroughly weatherized speaker will knock you out with its big sound and awesome feature set.
Save some cash when you buy an all new Echo Dot with a Philips Hue, Bose SoundLink Mini II, or ecobee3 Smart Thermostat bundle on Amazon.
SAP Crystal Reports turns almost any data source into interactive, actionable information that can be accessed offline or online, from applications, portals and mobile devices. Currently discounted, for a limited time.
A new joke tutorial on YouTube has gone viral—making some people believe the impossible.
Make sure you and your loved ones can get home when stranded. This will jump your 3L gas or 2.5L diesel vehicle engine around fifteen times on a single charge. Also includes USB ports for mobile device charging.
Whether used for camping, trick or treating, or power outages, this lantern will provide up to 12 hours of bright omnidirectional LED lighting to see your surroundings.
The infrastructure cloud computing world is dominated by vendors like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud, so is there room for startups? ClearSky Data in Boston thinks so. The company launched in 20 14 and helps customers manage primary data on premises in the cloud. Network World's Brandon Butler recently visited ClearSky to talk to the founders about what it's like to be a startup in the cloud.
Apple likes to make money, but not this much.
A flexible third-party calendar app for macOS and iOS that works with all leading cloud services.