Anti-competitive tactic or smart customer-service strategy? It’s probably a little of both.
This week's roundup features several new stands and mounts for the Apple Watch. Just because your watch isn't on your wrist doesn't mean it can't look nice. Read on!
Little more than a year after it was first introduced, Sprint is increasing the price of its $60 unlimited talk, text, and data plan.
The protocol enables appliances, thermostats, door locks, and other home devices to communicate with each other and with Nest products.
A utility you hope rarely to need gets a complete overhaul, omitting familiar features and making some actions easier to carry out.
A look at the tweaks to the built-in search engine in OS X 10.11.
Apple's Notes app has some features that makes it more useful.
The creators of Adblock Plus will let an independent advisory board decide what ads are acceptable.
A researcher finds that Apple lets signed Mac software launch other downloaded apps without a Gatekeeper warning, allowing a potential malware bypass.
This browser update adds support for Safari's new "mute tabs" feature.
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Answers to general questions about El Capitan to help you decide about installing it on your Mac.
iCloud backups, cellular data options, and more bugs just got fixed.
Google's app falls short when it comes to putting directions on your wrist.
Apple's CEO said that he wants large companies like Apple to play a role in solving societal problems when governments can't.