Amazon has released a super-easy tool for anyone to make their own Alexa skill, and you won't find anything like for Siri or Google Assistant.
Talking about the latest Apple news, as well as your comments and questions.
Opera has announced that it will be shutting down its VPN app on April 30, but is offering users discounted subscriptions to SurfEasy Total and Ultra plans.
A new report from Bloomberg claims that Apple is poised to launch a new premium news service based on its acquisition of the Texture app. Here's why it might work this time around.
We already now that Android P will be bringing iPhone X-style notch support, but now Google has inadvertently outed a new gesture-based navigation system as well. What happened to Android's innovation?
Speculation is mounting that Apple will open up watchOS to third-party watch faces. That might not be a good thing.
Fitbit's new Versa smartwatch is on sale today for $200. How does it stack up against the $249 Apple Watch Series 1?
Apple has taken the wraps off High Sierra, the next version of macOS, and while it may be a maintenance release, it still brings some exciting new features.
Now that we've learned the new Mac Pro won't be launching until sometime in 2019, it might be time for Apple to rethink its product announcement strategy.
The Macworld staff talks about the latest happenings in the world of Apple. Plus, we feature your comments and questions.
Apple has hired John Giannandrea, Google's longtime AI and machine learning wizard, to head its new Siri team, but the transition is going to be tricky.
A new report from Bloomberg claims Apple is working on a curved screen and touch-free gestures for future iPhones.
Bloomberg's report that Apple is working on a custom Macs processor could mean big things are in store for Apple's notebooks.
Amazon is running a sale on several of Apple's iPhone X leather cases today—so act fast.
Acer's new Chromebook tablet may be a dead ringer for the new iPad, but when it comes to schools, Apple has a key advantage when it comes to privacy.
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