If you're getting an Apple Watch in the mail tomorrow, you'll have your pick of apps to use right away.
With every new iOS device, our poor thumbs have to relearn how to type quickly on the software keyboard. Phorm's tactile guides are there when you need them, and fade away like magic when you don't.
Flip a switch on this iPad mini case, and tiny bubbles will appear on the screen to help you type faster on the software keyboard. Flip it back, and the bubbles fade away.
This week’s roundup features an interesting alternative to your onscreen keyboard from Brando, extra battery power from Lenmar, and cool wallet solutions from T8 and Terrapin.
Now you have something to read while you wait for your Apple Watch to come to your doorstep.
The app can pull out words from a speech or interview in a snap.
DJs no longer have to stand behind a laptop and their gear. The djay 2 Apple Watch app puts the control of your mix right on your wrist.
Apple has not admitted to things!
Loaded with the same step- and sleep-tracking algorithms as early Jawbone UP wristbands, these watches from Frederique Constant and Alpina ooze with luxury even the Apple Watch can't meet.
A one-on-one interview with Philippe Khan, who argues his case for activity-tracking Swiss smartwatches, and comments on Fullpower's changing relationship with Jawbone.
Tell us if your Watch is scheduled to arrive on Friday.
From staples like Disk Utility and Activity Monitor to once-in-a-while lifesavers like Grab and Migration Assistant, OS X's Utilities folder is a goldmine.
Malicious parties could force iOS devices in public places to reboot continuously because of the intersection of two flaws, one longstanding.
Which games will be available around the launch, and how were they designed? We chatted with several game makers to find out.
Hands on with activity-tracking luxury watches from Frederique Constant and Alpina. They'll record step and sleep data, and last more than two years on a single built-in battery.
Total sales for the first quarter grew by more than 40 percent