In just three months, Apple has captured the smartwatch market with 4 million units shipped, while Samsung's market share has plummeted, according to a new report.
This week's roundup includes all-new ways to dock, charge, and sync your iOS devices.
More than 500 companies are running IBM apps on Apple mobile devices, Apple CFO Luca Maestri said on an earnings call.
Jason Snell gives you six reasons to get excited about El Capitan. Also, Apple Music is live, and despite some early stutters, its streaming service rocks. Plus: Senior Editor Roman Loyola reviews the iMac with Retina 5k display and Thunderbolt 2 docks.
The update brings back Home Sharing and fixes the usual beta bugs.
Susie's cold is finally gone, Apple put out a sweet new iPod touch, and Glenn used apps to turn his rental car into KITT from Knight Rider. Good times.
A new $15 fee will apply to AT&T's contract-free plans on August 1, and on-contract activations are getting pricier as well.
With Send, Microsoft launches instant messaging that works within an Outlook environment.
Running iOS 9? You can't leave App Store reviews anymore.
Your Timeline shows you where you've been on any given day if you're storing your location history with Google.
Sure, your standard Time Machine backup is a good start, but a mirrored RAID setup will keep your data doubly backed up. Here’s how to get started.
The apps use technology like predictive analytics and are for business travelers and mortgage officers, among other professionals.
In this week's roundup of Mac apps, we bring you tools for sharing everything you need to get work done, a musical escape for your downtime, and one of our favorite writing apps.