The MacBook Pro hasn't seen an update in 14 months. The Mac mini and Mac Pro are faring even worse. As the days between updates pile up, people are starting to wonder whether Apple cares about the Mac at all.
Love iced coffee, but hate the wait? Prisma's device can brew a pitcher in just 10 minutes.
'The Incredible Hulk of iPad cases' is available now for the smaller iPad Pro.
With powerful and automatic mixing, kneading and extruding, the Philips pasta maker allows you to make a pound of fresh pasta or noodles within 15 minutes.
The new version of Windows 10 is a solid, if not dramatic, upgrade.
Beta 4 is now available to developers, with a ton of new emoji for iOS. Public Beta updates could be coming soon.
The TPMS dynamically monitors tire pressure, which can prevent puncture and damage of car parts caused by flat tire. Improve fuel efficiency, prolong tire life, increase traffic safety and avoid abnormal wear of vehicle parts.
Lumo Run does one thing only, but does that one thing so well.
Some wireless keyboards use little or no security to protect what you're typing. Check your model.
The Channels app lets you view over-the-air broadcasts and some cable programming in iOS with the right third-party hardware.
Having a hard time leaving the iOS 10 beta? A single file makes the difference.
A Chromebook is a lot cheaper than a MacBook, and it's capable enough for a lot of people.
If you find you aren't using the Notification Center in iOS 9, maybe you just don't have all the widgets set up the best way for you.
Star Wars, fantasy farming, and furniture-building lead a diverse new pack of picks.
Philips' new health watch, body analysis scale, blood pressure monitors, and thermometer scream "medical device" in both form and function.
The Cyborg 168T bicycle rear light charges from your computer or any device with a USB port. Only takes 2 hours to fully charge and features 50 micro-LED chips that emit up to 168 Lumens.
Sigh. No, Apple should not license iOS.