iPhone sales could keep growing because of people jumping ship from Android.
iPhone sales show no signs of slowing down, and this quarter barely included the 6s or 6s Plus.
More and more devices feature built-in flashlights these days. Two of them—the PowerClip and the Solocharg—are featured in this week's roundup. Read on!
Twin balance boards let you take a physical approach to iPad gaming.
Google’s second router partnership isn’t much different than its first.
This updated app turns your iPhone into a pressure-sensitive graphics tablet for your Mac.
Is Siri selling Apple Music, or are her non-answers a bug?
Auto industry executives say Apple and Google can't make it in the auto world. Case closed!
You can also use the scale to make cocktails with the addition of drink recipes.
The '90s were such a weird time.
The latest minor update to Pages restores typographic sophistication that was lost between 4 and 5, and perks up export compatibility.
The notifications tab on the Facebook app will now showcase information tailored to individual users.
A peek inside a truly 21st Century action sport -- first-person view drone racing.
Microsoft's new flagship store on 5th Avenue in New York opened Monday.
JP Morgan Chase will launch its own smartphone payment platform in mid-2016, going head-to-head with rival services from Apple, Google and Samsung.
This week’s roundup of new iPad cases includes a mix and match of trendy bags and eye-catching cases from all your favorite manufacturers.
Microsoft's scanning app for mobile devices now integrates with Office 365 for business and education users, while Office Lens for Android now has a business card mode, which lets users easily turn physical cards into digital contacts.