Apple headlines for the week ending February 5, 2016.
This week's roundup includes all kinds of productivity apps—for mail, managing documents, and staying on task.
Instagram is testing an easier way to switch between multiple accounts without having to log out and log in every time.
Cupertino is also planning to roll out screen protector installation machines at Apple Stores to keep your iPhone display pristine.
The iPhone’s mysterious "Error 53" bug is tied to Touch ID tampering, at least according to Apple.
No traveling techie should be without a trusted carry-on bag. These 11 unique options can help boost productivity on the road and stabilize some of the typical turbulence associated with modern air travel.
A massive truck-based X-ray system and 32-mile ban on drones are two of the security measures in place for Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara.
PCWorld's Gordon Mah Ung, Florence Ion and Jon Phillips discuss the significance of the new Windows Phone release from VAIO.
This week's roundup of new iPhone cases features a new wallet case and look from HEX. Plus, a case that glows in the dark.
Apple Pay has reached 2 million locations worldwide, and is still growing—Crate & Barrel, Chick-fil-A, and Au Bon Pain are joining soon.
Amazon Echo gets millions more songs with Spotify, but only with a $10 per month Premium subscription.
In another move to make browsing on the web safer, Google will start penalizing sites with ads that have deceptive download buttons.
Facebook has declared its 12th birthday "Friends Day." It's a good excuse to look at old photos.
Retailers looking to grow in a fast-changing industry need to focus on three main technologies. Computerworld's Sharon Gaudin -- just back from the National Retail Federation's Big Show -- and Executive News Editor Ken Mingis have the details.
Dell's XPS 15 9550 Touch laptop wins kudos from Computerworld Editor in Chief Scot Finnie. And what about those reports that Apple's iPhone may soon get wireless charging capabilities?
A jury in Texas has ordered Apple to pay $626 million for infringing four patents held by a Nevada-based patent licensing company.
This week's roundup features an iPhone case that doubles as a wallet and as a viewing stand for the phone.
It doesn't seem to matter how many millions of something Apple sells, or how happy the customers are—Wall Street only cares about growth.
If you don't do your research, buying a third-party Type C adapter is a little like playing Russian roulette with your gadgets.