No matter how careful you try to be, accidents can strike when you least expect it. This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases features a number of protective choices that can help you keep your handset safe in any environment.
At long last, Microsoft is readying the new version of Office for the Mac, which will ship...late next year. But you can get a sneak peek at it with a new version of Outlook.
A full disclosure is likely to be published in January.
A Virginia judge says forcing people to incriminate themselves violates the 5th Amendment.
A reader has a common concern: She swiped an email message too swiftly and it vanished. She'd like it back and Chris Breen lends a hand.
No gimmicks, just life: We put Apple Pay through its paces to figure out if the future of mobile payments is here.
This little gadget sticks to your fridge, and lets you scan barcodes or just tell it what you need, to compile a shopping list in an iOS app.
The S+ sits on your night stand and uses low-power radio waves to track night-time movement and breathing. Other sensors track the noise and light pollution that disrupts good sleep.
But his part might be naturally limited by the reported structure of the Aaron Sorkin-penned script.
This week's app roundup includes TinType, an app that tries to reproduce the look of photos taken before your grandparents were born.
The popular reading app for phones and tablets adds thousands of topics--including some oddly specific ones--and a “Daily Edition” for everyone.
Instagram already has traditional photo ads. Now companies are paying to show videos in your feed.
Cook says being gay has given him the “skin of a rhinoceros,” which the CEO of Apple needs.
Looking for conclusions in all the wrong places.
Empower your iPhone with the right apps for a fun and safe Halloween.