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Sick of Safari and Mail? Changing your default browser and email client on OS X is easy.
What do llamas, a rat, peas, and pyramids have in common? They're all part of 2015's hottest, most viral online happenings.
iPhone owners report seeing full-screen ads for the iPhone 6s appear in the iOS App Store app.
Mozilla says it's getting out of the ad business so it can "focus on content discovery."
The next iPhone might drop the standard 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of Lightning-based headphones, according to a new rumor.
Only 2000 testers will be able to use the beta of Microsoft's virtual assistant for iOS. The rest of us will have to wait until the official public release.
When it comes to importing photos you took on your iPhone, you have plenty of options.
Recent changes to the App Store's search algorithm means more relevant results, TechCrunch reports.
Fly Labs will join the Google Photos team, opening up some intriguing video editing possibilities for future versions of Google's photography apps.
The free, invitation-only app for iOS and Android may make it easier to meet up with your friends IRL.
The leaked screens show various parts of the app, such as the For You screen and Beats One.
Has the anti-reflective coating on your Retina MacBook Pro taken a beating for no good reason? If so, Apple is reportedly offering a free fix.
OS X comes with some powerful and useful tools for taking screenshots. Here's how to master them.
The issue crops up after migrating from an iPhone 5, 5s, and 5c to an iPhone 6s.