This week's roundup includes a couple of apps designed to encourage you to meet your goals—including a "motivational alarm clock" from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Turns out the iPhone SE isn't a failure after all.
Apple headlines for the week ending May 6, 2016.
Haven't chosen a side? Maybe these iOS tie-ins can help sway you.
This high capacity portable USB drive from Seagate is currently discounted 27% and can be purchased via Amazon for $127.
The Apple Music social feature that allows artists to share music and videos directly with listeners won't be as prominent in the upcoming redesign.
How Apple's music services all work is a little confusing, but in no way is the company interested in getting rid of your music library.
If you're headed to university in the fall, you may be able to get Apple Music for $5 a month.
At Interop 2016, Network World chats with John Pironti, president of IP Architects, about why ransomware is on the rise, and why many consumers and businesses are paying the ransom.
Also designed to be water resistant, this highly rated speaker's list price has been slashed 72%, down to just $27.99 on Amazon.
At Interop 2016, Avi Freedman, CEO of Kentik, chats with Network World about why Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are still popular with hackers, why they still work, and some of the signs that an attack may soon commence.
A revision to PDFpen and PDFpen Pro adds digital signature support, audio annotation, measuring tools, and offline Word export.
It's a pain to change your passwords manually. These two password managers make it easier by doing it for you.
Sometimes it’s next to impossible to get data out of an Apple app. It’s our data; we should be able to do what we want with it.
It’s easy to hold onto each and every piece of digital information that passes through your life. But should you?
Tips and tricks to getting the most out of Apple's fourth-gen set-top box.