Apple
Wearables

Look, ma — No iPhone! The next Apple Watch may work under its own steam

Apple's first wearable isn't even out in stores yet, but already we're hearing about the Apple Watch 2. One analyst says it may be a standalone device, have and OLED screen, and arrive later this year.
Home Theater

Apple’s 25 channel, $40 per month TV streaming service may land in September

The latest news on Apple's expected online TV service suggests it could launch in September with around 25 channels. Subscribers paying between $30 to $40 a month will be able to watch shows across all of Apple's iOS devices, including its…
Mobile

You could soon head on over to an Apple Store to trade-in your Android phone for an iPhone

Apple Stores could soon let you trade in any smartphone, notably including Android smartphones, for an iPhone. Employees are reportedly being trained this week, with the program launching in a few weeks.
Computing

MacBook Pro owners complain anti-reflective coating is wearing off their displays

Some MacBook Pro users are beginning to find that the anti-reflective coating applied to the device's Retina screen is beginning to wear away, leaving those without AppleCare to face an expensive repair.
Wearables

Apple’s Watch is finally ushering in a world beyond ‘one size fits all’

Apple has always been a one-size-fits-all company, but it’s veering the other direction to address one inescapable fact: Everyone wants to wear something different.
Wearables

Are you a snob or an idiot? The Apple Watch lets you choose!

The Apple Watch is expensive no matter which model you choose, but that's not going to stop owners of the cheapest model looking, well, cheap. It's all part of Apple's masterplan to bring back the old days of brand snobbery.
Mobile

Our picks of the best apps out this week

There are hundreds of new apps released every week, making it impossible to try them all, even if you can search them out in our ever more crowded app stores. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorites together in a handy list…
Apple

Trends with Benefits: Primus triggers mom-rage, Google’s stank solution

Overpriced streaming services and gold watches battle for idiots' money, Primus caused a mom to shoot her TV, and Google's plan for a smell-squelching fan has everyone confused, then appalled.
Wearables

As airlines and hotels launch apps, Apple Watch could be next big travel gadget

Airlines, hotels, and other travel-related companies are betting the Apple Watch will be a hit, with several launching apps to coincide with the Watch's release. Here's a look at some that could change how we travel.
Computing

Macbook Air and Pro run through the ringer, and the results may surprise you

Primate Labs has released official benchmark scores for the new models of Macbook Air and Pro, comparing how the two fresh entries into the market measure up against their previous iterations.
Apple

It’s about time: The MacBook’s USB-C port will allow for third-party chargers

When the new 12-inch MacBook was announced, its single USB-C port raised many a skeptical eyebrow, but now it seems that it may have redeemed itself in the eyes of many by allowing for third-party chargers and battery packs.
Mobile

Steve Jobs turned down liver transplant from Tim Cook, new biography reveals

A new Steve Jobs biography reveals that current Apple CEO Tim Cook offered Jobs a partial liver transplant. Jobs turned down the offer, insisting that he'd never do such a thing.