Turn Touch: This Kickstarter-backed remote control is an aesthetic and functional marvel

Remote controls are powerful and highly programmable devices but one thing they usually are not is beautiful. Now a new Kickstarter-backed project wants to bring a remote control that is both functional and well-crafted to the masses.

Apple’s new iPad ads remind us of the Mac vs. PC era

Apple has released a trio of ads asserting a number of ways that the iPad is allegedly superior to the PC. The ads highlight PC viruses, the iPad's speed, and Word Mobile in making the company's case that the iPad is better than the PC.

Sprint still wants to merge with T-Mobile so it can take on Verizon and AT&T

Sprint hasn't given up its dreams of absorbing T-Mobile. SoftBank, the former carrier's parent company, may enter talks with Deutsche Telekomm, the latter's parent company, as soon as April.

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest apps on sale in the iOS App Store.

A recent Apple patent could help you next time you shatter your phone's screen

A patent application from Apple surfaced that would use sensors to characterize and identify cracks on a phone's display cover. The technology could aid in diagnosis, repair, and product design.

iOS 10 problems and the solutions to deal with them

Apple's iOS 10 might be the latest version of the company's popular operating system, but it's not without faults. As with other iOS releases, we've scoured the internet to find the biggest iOS 10 problems and a few potential solutions.

AT&T caves to the competition, suddenly serves up a new unlimited data plan

AT&T, responding to pressure from Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, announced a new unlimited data plan that doesn't require customers to subscribe to its streaming television services.

AT&T earns top marks among wireless peers in recent J.D. Power surveys

AT&T has topped its wireless competitors in a pair of recent J.D. Powers surveys. It's the eighth time in a row the company has been specially recognized, and the first time its bested the industry average by 14 points.

Gfycat makes it easier for developers to make GIFs a part of their apps

Gfycat, one of the world's largest online GIF libraries, has launched a software developer kit that will tap into its growing collection of animated images. It's launching first with messaging app

MacBook Pro Touch Bar support added to Office 2016 for all users

Apple's MacBook Pro Touch Bar display is valuable only to the extent that developers update their apps to support it. The Touch Bar recently received an important new champion as Microsoft added support to Office 2016 for Mac.

The MotherBox Mini, launching on Indiegogo, can charge your phone wirelessly

The MotherBox, the brainchild of Columbia University-backed startup Yank Technologies, promises to imbue your phone with wireless charging capabilities. It's launching on Indiegogo.
Home Theater

Apple is reportedly testing the next-gen Apple TV featuring 4K, possibly HDR

Apple is reportedly working on a fifth-generation model of its Apple TV set-top box, complete with support for 4K Ultra HD resolution and "more vivid colors," which could mean HDR.