Apple's original Macintosh debuted thirty years ago today at $2,495, which translates to over $5,000 in today's dollars. Expensive as that may seem, it was a decent deal for a computer with a graphical interface, and many of the design elements the Mac…
Definitely good news for anyone that's waiting for a hardware upgrade to the nearly two-year old Apple TV, Apple is expected to upgrade the streaming set-top box within the next six months.
The newest version of Pixelmator is optimized to take advantage of the hardware found in the Mac Pro, the redesigned, cylindrical desktop which recently hit the market. Read on to learn more about the update.
Jimmy was a bit uncomfortable at one point during his sit-down with tech legend Bill Gates, and rightfully so, for Fallon had a certain rival company's product on his desk during the interview.
Thirty years ago Apple, declared war on IBM with its famous "1984" Super Bowl advertisement. In just one minute, the company defined itself as an underdog that would save personal computers from the clutches of all-powerful Big Blue. Today, there's an irony to…
The MacBook's trackpad could see some significant changes down the line. One of these twists could the dismissal of its integrated buttons, if a new patent awarded to Apple is any indication.
Apple has reportedly added the iPhone 5C to the list of smartphones it can repair inside its retail stores. It'll now replace cracked iPhone 5C screens while you wait for $150.
Perhaps ideal for anyone that runs out of battery power by the end of the workday, the Jackery Leaf charging case helps you keep using your iPhone without having to carry around a charging cable.
Have some messages to send that shouldn't fall into the wrong hands? Confide app will make your message disappear after being read and obscures screenshot opportunities by making recipients scroll over text to view it.
Oh Apple, what the fudge? First, the Mac Pro's shipping date was shoved from December to February. Now, some places won't be getting it until March. We can't really believe it either.
Definitely useful for anyone that's concerned about using too much data while on LTE, the new version of Google Chrome for Mobile reduces data usage substantially through compression.
A quick and dirty guide to turning off in-app purchases on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch so your kids, or freemium game addicted loved ones, can't spend all your money without you realizing it.