The iPhone is 10! iOS is 11 (public beta)! And AR is cool.
It had to happen. Your columnist’s Mac hits a figurative brick wall, but he figures out how to remove the mortar and get moving again.
This smart plug works over Wi-Fi and with the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and—come this fall, Belkin says—Apple’s HomeKit ecosystem.
You need a Mac to set up 2FA, but after that, you shouldn't need an Apple device anymore.
Apple says iOS 11 and High Sierra will store your iMessages in iCloud, and sync Siri and Photos’ people identification, too.
Roman reviewed the new MacBook Pro line-up, and we talk the week’s news.
Take extra care if you want to upload many photo libraries to one iCloud Photo Library. You could end up with duplicate photos.
Apple caused a quandary with its improved security method for those of us who use it only for purchases.
If you can't see the computer’s display, how can you wipe its drive?
With increased demands for passwords and personal information at border crossings, take the right steps before you arrive.
An effective light bulb on, off, and dimmer control, with a neat variable-hue nightlight.
Catching up on WWDC, we look at the dozens of iOS improvements coming this fall.
In the ongoing USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 confusion, a reader can’t get his monitor to work—and that’s not going to change.
A sleeper feature, QR codes have heavy use in parts of the world. Could they spread with automatic recognition in the Camera app?
It’s easy to hit return at the wrong moment.