Facebook released its list of the most discussed topics for 2016. It ain't pretty.
Apple and the NHL are negotiating to distribute Apple's tablet to the league's teams.
This week's roundup of new Mac apps includes an update from Spark, Readdle's awesome email client. Plus, Fantastical just got a bit more... fantastical.
A convenience store where you just walk in and take things sounds pretty futuristic and cool—unless you're already sick of being watched the entire time you shop.
Movie studios are looking into giving iTunes earlier access to home-rentals, but only if Apple can prevent the movies from being pirated.
The carrier launches a new program that lets you use a single number across all of your devices, and multiple numbers on one device.
In a new interview, Eddy Cue and Zane Lowe admit there's still a lot of room to grow.
Amazon is opening up a brick-and-mortar store in Seattle that allows customers to purchase items by simply picking them up.
Craig Federighi promises that macOS Sierra 12.2.2 will fix the MacBook Pro's GPU problem.
Fitbit, the maker of popular fitness trackers, has acquired assets owned by rival Pebble, including key employees and intellectual property related to software and firmware development.
A limited number of cable subscribers across the nation can now forget about signing in to endless apps with their cable provider credentials.
Rumors are already swirling about the "revolutionary" 2017 iPhone. Here's all the latest.
This week's roundup of accessories includes several new devices that provide every port your Mac will ever need.
Here's a look at the weird, wonderful, and mundane from YouTube's top trending videos of 2016.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of Samsung Electronics and its backers in the industry in a design patent dispute with Apple, when in a 8-0 decision it said that “the term 'article of manufacture' is broad enough to embrace both a product sold to a consumer and a component of that product, whether sold separately or not.”