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Project Titan has a new leader: the Apple exec who developed the iMac, iPad, and MacBook Air.
The $49 country-specific watch bands probably aren't reason enough to fly to South America, but they sure are snazzy.
AppleCare+ customers have filed a class-action lawsuit in California over refurbished Apple gear.
Apple isn't out to compete with Comcast or Netflix, despite rumors to the contrary.
The original NES console is back in miniaturized form with 30 built-in games, a controller that also works with Wii systems, and HDMI out.
This week's roundup of new iPad cases brings versatile folios for typing and viewing, screen protectors for everyday use and elegant sleeves to get you organized.
Plenty of wearables track your heart rate, but not many use that data to get you help in an emergency.
Apple will no longer directly offer interest-free loans, instead relying on carriers to provide financing.
He's also asking for 1.5 percent of all future iPhone sales—around $3.5 billion per year.
Prefer swimming to running? Misfit's new Speedo Shine 2 tracks your laps, your sleep, and your steps.
Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is facing a potential ban in China over a patent dispute.
Apple is solving its biggest Apple Watch issue: super-slow apps.
Intel's providing fewer excuses to miss meetings by bringing support for its Unite meeting room technology to iPads, and later, to Chromebooks.
At less than $500 a pop, these 360-degree cameras are bringing immersive video creation to the masses.
A new external monitor is reportedly on the way, and it'll be able to do all the heavy graphics lifting on its own.