Yes, Lumosity is playing mind games with you. But it's for your own good.
The Ford Fiesta we test drive here isn't a fancy car, but it does have Sync AppLink, which is a way to safely use compatible smartphone apps when driving.
In Episode 7 of his weekly video show, Jon Phillips sets his crosshairs directly on Android Wear, Google's new OS designed just for wrist wearables.
Third-party IM apps and older versions of iChat will no longer be able to log in with Mac.com or Me.com screennames.
This week's roundup of new add-ons for your iOS devices includes a gadget that you can use to stack and recharge dozens of iPads in a single sitting, as well as new devices for recharging, carrying, and listening.
Think you know your way around the world? Find out if you've got smarty pins with Google's new game.
What’s the point of having photos if nobody ever sees them?
We look at a trio of smartphone accessories aimed at alerting you when you've had one too many. But which device came out on top?
Apple's reportedly building an in-house team to work on speech recognition research, but its in-house advertising team isn't doing so hot.
This documentary about the app revolution kicked off by the release of the iPhone App Store in 2008 looks to be a winner, and it's just launched a Kickstarter campaign. The trailer features people such as John Gruber, Craig Hockenberry, Adam Lisagor, Jessie Char, and our own Jason Snell.
This week’s roundup comes with apps that know how to handle sound, a tool that helps you build puzzles, a new way to focus, and much more.
As in past years, Apple is offering a gift card to the Apple Store alongside the qualifying purchase of a Mac, iPad, or iPhone for the upcoming school year.
Is this slick match-three puzzler a worthwhile play experience, or just a marketing tie-in? It's both, really.
The latest revision of Mavericks patches a number of bugs, including one that could prevent Macs from not joining a known Wi-Fi network.
A relatively small update for Apple's mobile devices patches bugs with a handful of features, and brings some security fixes as well.
With Google's own productivity apps doing almost everything that Quickoffice does, the search giant is retiring its Office-compatible mobile apps.