Windows 95 on an Apple Watch isn't exactly practical, but it looks like a fun way to relive the 90s on your wrist.
Are you still using iOS's built-in keyboard? It's easy to switch to a third-party keyboard that may better suit your needs. We'll show you how.
That emoji you see on Android may mean something completely different to an iOS user, according to a research study.
Office for Mac's forthcoming add-in support is one of a number of new add-in features coming to Microsoft's productivity suite.
Are your apps crashing when you tap links? You're not alone.
The hidden basketball game lets you practice shooting your free throws. Good luck getting any work done now.
iOS's Do Not Disturb feature can do more than merely silence incoming calls while you sleep. Here's what else it can do for you.
Although it isn't giving specifics on its future, Meerkat hinted at a video-centric social network that's focuses on smaller groups.
Big-league players share photos and videos on Snapchat from the dugouts during Spring Training games this coming Friday.
The company says it will reintroduce device encryption in a future update to Fire OS after removing it last fall.
The US Court of Appeals ruled two Apple patents invalid, saving Samsung from having to pay our $120 million. But this legal drama isn't over yet.
According to an unnamed Apple executive, it would be technically possible to build a backdoor for Touch ID- and Secure Enclave-equipped iPhones that bypasses certain passcode security measures.
Got a 12-inch MacBook that you bought before the end of June 2015? You can expect to get a new USB-C cable from Apple.
Sick of having the contents of your iPhone's screen rotate at the most inopportune times? iOS's rotation lock is for you.
Twitter users are in full backlash mode after a new report suggests that Twitter's long-rumored non-chronological timeline may arrive any day now.