The Boston Red Sox have admitted to using Apple Watches in a ploy to quickly deliver stolen signals to players during baseball games this season.
Apple may have an event on September 12 that showcases the new iPhone. What would it take for you to be more productive with your iPhone? And reports say that 4K video is in the works for the Apple TV.
Fitbit has released its newest wearable, Ionic, which brings a new design and app platform that aims to break the fitness tracker out of its mold.
Samsung's Note 8 will almost certainly be eclipsed once the iPhone 8 makes its debut, but it won't do everything I want it to do.
The Macworld staff talks about the latest Apple Watch rumors, iOS 11's questionable redesign, and Apple’s billion-dollar bid for original programming.
It's all but certain that Apple will be releasing an LTE-enabled Apple Watch in the fall, but getting it right won't be easy.
Microsoft's new Surface Plus program features no up-front costs and lets you upgrade to a new Surface after 18 payments. I'd sign up for a Mac version faster than you could say High Sierra.
The past week has been a veritable treasure trove of information about the next iPhone, and it all came from Apple's own leak. Here are the most interesting things we learned.
Apple posts stellar third-quarter results, with sales of 41 million iPhones and a surprising 11.4 million iPads.
Microsoft is no longer offering its Word Flow keyboard in the App Store, directing users to download SwiftKey instead.
After a brief hiatus, the Macworld Podcast is back! And now you can watch us talk about Apple news.
Google has officially killed off the Google Now name, replacing it with a smarter, more personalized feed that aims to deliver only the most relevant information to your phone.
Baby Driver has kindled our iPod nostalgia, but a little inspiration from a new Spotify player it could be a killer listening device again.
Students and faculty can rock out with a pair of Beats Solo3, Powerbeats3, or Beats X wireless earphones with most Mac or iPad Pro purchases—but not the iPhone 7.