Check-in to more coffee shops than your friends, earn a golden sticker.
Its success depends on developers making great software and devices, and Apple being able to convince users that those devices are not just worthwhile, but secure.
Phishing emails masquerade as security alerts from Apple about rogue iTunes purchases, researchers from Symantec said
It's one of several security improvements expected from the company following its involvement in last week's celebrity photo theft.
The network wants to help you make in-tweet impulse purchases.
Wondering how long into an Apple keynote the company usually reveals the new iPhone? Who gets the most laughs on stage? Dan Frommer crunches the numbers.
Germany's Fraunhofer Institute is bringing 4K TV content to second screens using tablets almost like magnifying glasses to zoom in on the picture.
The TiVo Mega, capable of recording more than three year's worth of programs, is slated to ship early next year, so start saving now.
These wiki-tools, thesauruses, and word games make awesome tools for use inside and out of the classroom.
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and Serenity Caldwell reporting live from Apple's big fall 2014 product launch.
This week’s roundup of new iPad cases brings you a bit of Meso-American folklore, a delicious cover of ice cream, and all the luxury you need to look great everywhere.
Mashable's Christina Warren has more or less recreated the iCloud hack from earlier this week on her own account, armed with little more than $200 worth of available tools.
The sound card pioneer launches a whole new family of USB audio devices and headphone amps at IFA.
The new malware program is an OS X version of a Windows backdoor called XSLCmd, researchers from FireEye said.