Small businesses can submit their information without buying iBeacons.
Getting an iPhone through Apple's new subscription-based upgrade program is supposed to be easy. It doesn't always live up to that promise.
Can’t get through to T-Mobile’s cell towers? Soon you’ll be able to install your own miniature version.
The new iPhones let you hard press app icons to unlock features that will boost your efficiency and productivity.
Instagram is following similar efforts from Snapchat and Twitter to turn public, user-created content into collections centered around specific events.
A glitch with Apple's QuickTime multimedia program has left some Windows users wondering why they're having trouble updating to the latest version.
The free, invitation-only app for iOS and Android may make it easier to meet up with your friends IRL.
Possess objects and scare unsuspecting townspeople in this ghostly game.
Apple headlines for the week ending Oct. 30, 2015.
Our picks for the most enticing day-one games on Apple's new set-top box.
MIT's Media Lab celebrated its 30th anniversary with tech visionaries including Marvin Minsky, Alan Kay and Danny Hillis.
After heavy criticism, Facebook will make changes to how it enforces "real names" starting in December.
No word yet on when preorders start for Apple's 12.9-inch tablet.
Apple didn't say the Apple TV would be available to buy in-store today, but, surprise! It is.
Jun Feng, a defendant in a criminal case, has entered a guilty plea, removing pressure on a New York court to decide quickly whether Apple is required to aid investigators by bypassing his iPhone 5s passcode.