If you're looking to go off-road and offline for an adventure, then you might want to check out some great hiking apps, and handy outdoors apps, to help you on your way. We've got everything from offline map apps, to apps that track the…
According to a recent report by a research firm, consumers spent about 4.5 million hours transferring their data from one phone to another in-store over the 2015 holiday season. The actual number depends on how fast the in-store Wi-Fi is.
No one wants to see a surplus of surprise charges on their bill, especially when they're a result of in-app purchases. To make sure that doesn't happen to you, here's how to turn off in-app purchases in iOS.
Tabulate is a case that promises to properly combine design with ergonomics by providing additional grip to your tablet or smartphone. You can 3D-print one for yourself or opt for the case's Kickstarter, which is currently live.
Google seems to have removed the 'Do Not Track' feature in Chrome for iOS -- but the issue stems from Apple's constraints in its WKWebView API for third-party browsers. Google said it will add the features again if Apple offers an update.
Apple is reportedly talking to Hollywood creatives about licensing deals that would allow it to offer its own original TV content on its own streaming platforms, which could be unveiled as soon as September alongside the iPhone 7.
Apple may be working on a wireless charging system that doesn't require the device to be placed on a charging mat, and it could be included on the 2017 edition of the phone, if Apple can solve the technical problems.
Apple previewed iOS 9.3 and showcased a big focus on education, and the company's latest acquisition of LearnSprout helps cement its place in schools. LearnSprout has software in more than 2,500 schools throughout the country.
It's reported that Twitter is close to hiring Natalie Kerris, a top Apple PR veteran. Kerris spent 14 years at Apple, working on some of the company's major products. If she accepts the job, she could help turn the social network around.
Apple has issued a recall for AC adapters in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Continental Europe, New Zealand and South Korea, due to a shock risk. The recall doesn't affect adapters designed for the U.S., U.K., Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, or…
Despite sluggish sales growth over 2015, Apple's iPhone has reclaimed the throne in the China, surpassing local rivals Huawei, Xiaomi, and ZTE. The iPhone 6S was the most popular device in the region, followed by the iPhone 6 Plus.