This week's roundup includes a game that helps you experience the fun of living on the edge of economic calamity. Fun, right?
A massive DDoS attack against DNS host Dyn has knocked several prominent websites offline, including Spotify, Twitter, Github, Etsy, and more.
Apple reportedly looked into acquiring Time Warner, owner of HBO and CNN, but it has new reasons to be interested.
Reports that Apple is refocusing Project Titan on software rather than a car have us wondering. Maybe the key to everything is AI and augmented reality.
Apple made some iPhone 7 models with Qualcomm modems and some with Intel modems. A new report finds that Qualcomm's is much more capable than Intel's.
Today's tech-savvy traveler has more gadget friendly luggage options than ever before, including Kate Spade purses that recharge iPhones, suitcases with built-in laptop trays and 'smart' bags that track their own locations.
IBM employees prefer Macs, which is actually saving IBM about $543 per computer.
He was a pioneer and a bit of a prankster, as longtime colleagues recall.
Why you won't need Comcast or Charter to wrangle all your online video services.
Watching sports without a big cable TV bundle has gotten a lot easier in the last year; NFL games are no exception.
Don't miss a postseason pitch, read our cord-cutter's guide to the 2016 MLB playoffs and the World Series.
Journalists will gather in Cupertino next Thursday for the "Hello again" special event, where Apple is expected to announce a redesigned MacBook Pro.
In memory of David Bunnell (1947-2016), we share this classic story of how Macworld's famous first cover story came to be.
Apple may replace the MacBook's QWERTY keyboard with an e-ink display that changes based on the app or language you're using.
A lawsuit filed against Mobile Star claims up to 90 percent of Apple-branded cables and chargers offered on Amazon are phony.