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Over 60 percent of premium TV streaming was done on an Apple device. So what could go wrong in Apple's master plan? The fact that Chrome, not Safari, is the browser of choice for most online TV viewers.
A recent massive Comcast 'outage' was caused by the failure of a piece of Internet infrastructure that's absolutely necessary, but you can change out on your own.
Overwhelmed by notifications? Here's how to control which notifications you receive on your Apple Watch and how to work with them.
Little tweaks can make a huge difference, and iOS 9 could take a page from the Apple Watch to make our iPhones and iPads feel brand-new.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Greenbot's Florence Ion to discuss the most exciting things Google announced at its own developers conference, and what we'd like to hear about at WWDC.
Fantastical 2 lets you check your upcoming appointments, and even add new ones with voice commands and natural language processing.
Siri can be used to issue many commands, but unlocking doors isn't one of them
The attackers are likely abusing Apple's iOS Developer Enterprise Program, researchers said
We try to answer all questions here, but sometimes we only get 95 percent of the way to the answer. Sometimes the answer is just "ghosts in the machine."
The latest versions of iOS and OS X will take the spotlight at Apple's annual developers conference, but expect to see a refreshed Apple TV and Beats Music, too.
Confused by Apple's sparse, ultra-simplified Calendar app for iOS? Read on for ten tips that'll help you get your bearings with the revamped iOS Calendar, as well as a few advanced pointers on setting default alert times, dealing with time-zone changes, adding a non-iCloud calendar, and more.
Apple fans can control Insteon's entire product line right alongside any other HomeKit certified device, thanks to Insteon's $150 HomeKit hub.
Apple is definitely making a car and it will definitely fail. Sure.
These popular password managers are now compatible with the Apple Watch, but with very limited features.
Early extensions of iPhone apps for varying forms of authentication find a useful home as Watch apps.