Apple is finally addressing smartphone addiction and digital wellness in iOS 12, with major changes to Do Not Disturb and notifications, as well as a new Screen Time app.
Speculation about the iPhone to be released in 2018. We've collected all the rumors right here.
Apple's WWDC 2018 keynote kicks off on Monday morning, and it's shaping up to be a pretty boring show. That's just what Apple needs right now.
If you've been holding out on buying a wireless charger for just the right deal, your moment has arrived: You can get the Samsung Fast Charge pad for $25 or Anker's ultra-slim charging bag for $13.50 today.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference starts on Monday. What do we hope and expect to see? We also talk about various other Apple news and feature your comments and questions.
Apple wins its Samsung patent suit again, but it was also revealed that it knew about the iPhone 6 bending issues before the phone was released.
The NY Times is reporting that Apple and Volkswagen have teamed up to build a new van that will shuttle employees back and forth between Apple's campuses.
Apple has announced a new program that will refund the $50 difference between last year's iPhone battery replacement prices and this year's.
Anyone with an iPhone 6 or later can get a new battery in their phone for $29. Here's how Apple's program works.
A new report claims that production has started on Apple new 7nm A12 processor. Here's why that's a big deal.
At long last, Google is launching its new YouTube Premium service, which combines music and video under one roof. But is it a worthy competitor to Apple Music?
We'll be live on Twitter and YouTube. Topics: Google One versus iCloud, iOS 12 features we want, and the Apple Store anniversary. Plus, your comments and questions.
Apple's iCloud is surprisingly competitive on a per-gigabyte basis, but Google One has it beat as a complete online solution.
Google has made it easier to see and control what parts of your data it collects from you, but the decision to make it private is harder than it's ever been.
Google might have finally developed the perfect system for notifications in Android P and Apple should just copy it.