Apple's tablet has been on the market exactly five years. But it's hard to remember a time before it. Our interactive timeline captures the highlights.
This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases also includes a waterproof case from Livelloo, a folio with built-in storage from Urban Armor Gear, and extra battery power from Unu.
In six months, new card regulations could usher in greater acceptance of Apple Pay and its competitors.
Wireless drives from Seagate and Kingston face off against Lightning-connected drives from SanDisk and Leef.
Tidal's selling points aren't cutting it compared to Spotify. Apple could do more with Beats Music.
A new brand-name oriented doohickey from Amazon promises to remove the tedium of re-ordering as long as you want only products from brands.
Microsoft's new iPhone app can capture paper documents, business cards, and even whiteboard sketches, and turn them into Word, PDF, and PowerPoint files.
A new iPad app makes magazine-like stories out of words and pictures. It's so easy, you might wish it wasn't.
The People section now functions like a full-blown address book, displaying a unified view of all your phone's contacts.
Apple started thinking about smartwatches in 2011, but the Watch's raison d’etre—saving us from staring at our phones all the time—only became clear later.
An independently created volume-encryption software project that shut down abruptly apparently has no lurking secrets, according to a new security audit.
Apple Pay is a huge disappointment. Because people can't use it.
Hey, Cortana! Kirk McElhearn gave up his iPhone for more than a month to see if the grass is greener on Windows Phone.