Apple posted another record quarter on the back of not iPhone, but Apple Watch sales.
Sonos has launched a trade-up program that offers 30 percent off its new multi-room audio products when you recycle an old one.
Apple has pulled the latest HomePod update and is warning users not to reset their speaker, lest they render it inoperable.
Apple is warning iPhone 5 users to update their phones to iOS 10.3.4 before Monday to ensure that they continues to function properly
Apple continues its push to get Apple TV+ everywhere with the launch of the Apple TV app on Amazon Fire TV devices.
The first sample pics of the Pixel 4 Night Sight versus the iPhone 11 Night mode were surprisingly one-sided, and the second round is more of the same.
On this episode of the Macworld Podcast, it’s all about your hot takes. We listen to your comments and we’ll respond on the show.
Google's new Pixel phone may have a great camera, speedy Assistant, and radar-sensing motion tech. But the bottom line is it just costs too much money.
Ming Chi Kuo is reporting that Apple will release a new MacBook keyboard, 3D-sensing iPad, iPhone SE 2, and a pair of augmented reality glasses in 2020.
Microsoft has a new Surface tablet that seems specifically designed to take down the iPad Pro. But does it have the specs to do it?
If you're looking to dive into Ring's Smart Lighting world, the best place to start is the Spotlight Battery.
Apple has launched the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Service Program for No Power Issues.
Amazon has refreshed its low-cost Fire HD 10 tablet with the one thing we've always wanted: USB-C.
Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting that a new iPhone SE 2 could make an appearance in early 2020, but it won’t be very exciting.
What's to like about the Apple Watch Series 5 and the new iPad? Stay tuned and we’ll tell you! Plus, your hot takes! That and more are all in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.