What works (and doesn't), how Apple can help further, and the prognosis ahead.
Load up your smartwatch with some can't-miss wrist gaming.
The solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft arrived in Silicon Valley late Saturday night. It was the ninth leg on its trip around the world.
This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases is jam-packed with translucent designs, folios, and other colorful picks.
When you throw out a lot of Apple's services, they hardly have any at all.
Apple headlines for the week ending April 22, 2016.
The U.S. no longer requires Apple’s assistance to unlock an iPhone 5s phone running iOS 7 used by the accused in a drug investigation, stating that an “individual provided the passcode to the iPhone at issue in this case.”
Macworld's latest digital edition.
The week's roundup includes an Apple Watch game that lets you play the role of a safecracker.
Members of Google's Local Guides program will be the first to get their hands on a test version.
Now you can choose images from your Camera Roll to filter your face.
Bitcasa's personal cloud storage service is going by the wayside.
The social network tries—again—to get away from clickbait.
A Chinese regulator is said to have ordered Apple to shut down its iBooks Store and iTunes Movies only six months after the services were launched in the country.
The remarkable Solar Impulse 2 aircraft has resumed its round-the-world flight attempt and took off from Hawaii on Thursday for Silicon Valley.
Acer unveiled a new tablet PC, gaming laptop and gaming desktop in New York on Thursday.
Microsoft is ending production of the Xbox 360 games console after 10 years, but owners will continue to enjoy online services and thousands of games.
Jon, Melissa and Gordon discuss the meaning of the hottest tech news this week, from big changes at Intel to disappointingly small changes to the 12-inch MacBook.
FBI Director James Comey still won't say who hacked the San Bernardino iPhone for the FBI, or how the hack works, but we now know it was expensive.
Two engineering groups may be butting heads over how to scale Siri's back-end to Apple's other services.