PCWorld's Star Wars gift guide, is for people who are (or are shopping for) Star Wars fans who are also tech geeks. Our top picks range from droids to drones, from LEGOs to ugly sweaters, and even snow globes.
There's a lifeline for the MacBook Pro 2016's soldered-on SSD: A report from 9to5Mac reveals a tool designed to pull data off a bad drive and onto another MacBook Pro.
He was a pioneer and a bit of a prankster, as longtime colleagues recall.
Google and Apple's products are rivals to SYNC 3, but Ford still went to the effort to make it seamless to use them with other SYNC features.
But if Faraday Future does succeed in jump-starting EV innovation, that's probably okay with Elon Musk.
You'll be able to plug your iPhone into a range of vehicles from the tiny Spark to the hulking Suburban, and even the new Volt.
Acrobat DC promises to ease our daily bureaucracy of forms with features for converting paper documents, and (through the Document Cloud service) signing and tracking electronic ones.
Rumors swirl of a new 4-inch iPhone to succeed the iPhone 5s, a potential savior for small-handed and one-handed users.
No mainstream new cars have CarPlay yet (the Ferrari doesn't count), so it's a small, sweet victory that older cars can get it now if they have or install one of these systems.
Now that a Ferrari has been released with the latest in Apple's smartphone-car integration technology, you're ready to buy, right?
Cheap color lasers have more inkjets to worry about. The PrecisionCore printheads on Epson's new WorkForce printers promise faster printing and crisp-looking output. We're testing one right now to learn more.
You won’t have to buy a new car to get Apple’s CarPlay interface for your iPhone. Pioneer will be one of the first aftermarket manufacturers to offer it in an installable system for older cars.
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