This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features a sling pack from Incase, a messenger bag from Brenthaven, and more fashion-forward picks.
Apple has released the first software update for the fourth-gen Apple TV to fix bugs and improve performance.
Tag Heuer debuted the $1,500 Tag Heuer Connected on Monday, the first Android smartwatch from a Swiss watchmaker. In development for a year, it started with one instruction to the designers.
Google and Bing take you to a site that purports to have the OS X software download you need. Go elsewhere, for your safety.
The 12.9-inch tablet and its accessories are available online first, then hit store shelves later this week.
Macphun teamed up with famed photographer and HDR specialist Trey Ratcliff to attempt to demystify HDR editing.
An affordable, all-in-one desktop publishing solution for Mac users that’s as easy to use as it is elegant.
Apple has won in a class-action lawsuit brought by employees at its California stores, who claimed that they should be compensated for time spent during bag checks for pilferage at the time of their exit.
"Available exclusively on the Mac App Store" seems like ideal marketing, but it comes with many strings attached for both users and developers.
Few running apps are taking advantage of watchOS 2 yet, but they should.
The ISS has been continually orbiting the earth for 15 years and astronauts have conducted thousands of experiments on it.
Fly Labs will join the Google Photos team, opening up some intriguing video editing possibilities for future versions of Google's photography apps.
If it's an Apple problem, it's news.
Apple headlines for the week ending Nov. 6, 2015.
Marco Arment's switch to donations to encourage development of his Overcast podcasting app led to lots of discussion. Is he alone in this pursuit?
Just a week after the fourth-generation Apple TV went on sale, Apple now has a bigger share of the market than Amazon, Roku, and Google.
This week's roundup includes a new invite-only app from Google that lets you and your friends know "Who's Down" for some fun. Read on!