Experts discuss how Apple might disrupt the auto industry and why the Apple Car will be unlike any other car ever made.
The secret lies in the Computers tile on the Apple TV home screen.
This week's roundup includes accessories that protect your Mac—and its data—from drops, fire, and water. Read on!
On The Wrap China's Singles Day puts Black Friday to shame, Tag Heuer debuts a luxury smartwatch and Hollywood effects artists help hospitals make training more lifelike.
Our iPad Pro was delivered this morning, and while we're still working on the review, a few things became immediately clear.
A calendar is a great way to enjoy your favorite photos. And it also makes for a great gift.
Thanks to a partnership with Songkick, Spotify listeners will now know whenever their favorite bands are coming to town.
Mac users who rely on apps provided through Apple's App Store are facing some confusion today after an error caused by Apple erroneously told them that they had to re-install their applications.
The app is available for all, but has particular perks for subscribers to YouTube Red, Google's $10 per month video and music package.
To start, you can actually buy the Create right now.
Facebook Notify is either brilliantly efficient or your worst nightmare.
Apple chose not to make the Pro's battery bigger to enhance its audio experience.
Another podcast app maker switches from in-app purchase to patronage, this time before a major update.
If you use Firefox on a Mac or Windows you can finally get your browser of choice on iOS.
Google's About Me page contains information about your work history, contact information, educational background and places you've lived, along with gender and birthday.
Yahoo really wants U.S. Firefox users to stick with Yahoo as their default search engine. So much so, the company is willing to provide everyone else a sub-par experience on the desktop.