The effort will branch out beyond just news sites, though it will mean web developers will need to support yet another standard.
Need occasional access to bare drives or full backup to external bare drives? Want to clone your hard drive to SSD? This Super Speed USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station is an ideal solution for you to enjoy your videos, photos, music and files easily by plugging in any 2.5 inch or 3.5 inch SATA HDD/SSD.
As it expands from a box to a platform, the Apple TV could transform home entertainment.
The latest in our series on using the NetInstall service in OS X Server.
Apple has revamped the Console, making it easier to use.
Enhance your viewing experience with behind-the-scenes video, athlete's social feeds, and more.
Polar's first Android Wear smartwatch is geared specifically towards the vigorously trained athlete.
Samsung's latest Galaxy phone allows you to unlock it with a glance, drop it in a puddle, and hide your private files.
Become Your Office's Data Analytics Hero with These 4 Interactive Courses, discounted 85% for a limited time to just $39.
Not sure which team to join? Don't know the difference between a regular Poké Ball and a Great Ball? And where do these Pokémon hang out? This guide is here to help.
Apple has released a replacement for its old Remote app, rather than an update.
Apple TV's cables often are not long enough to reach your entertainment center. But leaving them exposed looks sloppy, and routing cables through the wall is a major hassle. TotalMount solves the installation problem by attaching Apple TV to your television.
Now available to those participating in the Apple Beta Software Program.
This week's roundup includes several different Bluetooth earbud options for your listening pleasure.
A short-lived slideshow of candid images and videos sure sounds familiar.
The Galaxy Note 7 is not a major improvement over its predecessor, but it offers so much more than other smartphones in its pricing class.
No, Apple is probably not the next AOL.
Firefox’s built-in video chat component, Firefox Hello, could disappear from the browser as early as Firefox 49, which is scheduled for release in mid-September.