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Why wear just one? This $9,000 Apple Watch band has an analog watch on it too

Why wear one watch when you can wear two -- on the same wrist! That's the idea behind the Nico Gerard Pinnacle, which converts an Apple Watch into a bizarre two-faced analogue/smartwatch hybrid.


Apple rolls out sixth El Capitan beta build in two months

In the short two months since the El Capitan beta was announced, Apple has rolled out five beta versions to developers, with the sixth rolling out now. It doesn't make any major feature changes, but offers bug fixes and improved stability.


Xiaomi bumps Apple from the top smartphone spot in China

Chinese handset vendor Xiaomi managed to best Apple in Q2 2015, nabbing 15.9 percent of the country's smartphone market share. That's up more than a percentage point from the first quarter of this year.


Follow these 6 simple steps to turn any smartphone into a 3D hologram projector

Stop what you're doing right now and try this incredibly cool trick to turn your smartphone into a 3D hologram projector. All it takes is a few simple tools and an old CD case to bring the future to the present.


The place is a rockin’, don’t bother knockin': August smart lock now works with Apple Watch

Adding even more smart-home functionality to the Apple Watch, August smart lock's app now works with the wearable. You can receive notifications when your door opens or unlock the door with your wrist.


Apple is reportedly prepping a Siri-powered voicemail transcription service

Apple is reportedly prepping a Siri-powered voicemail transcription service not unlike Google Voice. It may debut in 2016, but contingent on its reliability -- accurate voice-to-text conversion is notoriously difficult to achieve.


These Are The Mobile Apps You Need To Own This Week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy list.


10 tech stories you missed this week: Windows 10 and two cheap, awesome phones

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you.


3 iPhone apps to help you create incredible Instagram photos

Everyone can post to Instagram but not everyone tends to post something special. If you're looking to stand out among the crowd these top 3 iOS photo-editing apps will help you create the perfect pic.


See the first photos from the iPhone 6S production line

There's only a month or so to go until Apple's traditional iPhone unveiling event, and the leaks are starting to add up to a steady trickle. These are the newest pictures to appear.


New video outlines IBM’s plan to switch from Windows to Mac

Jeff Smith, IBM's Chief Information Officer, has outlined a goal to switch up to 75 percent of IBM employees from Lenovo systems running Windows to Apple's MacBook.


Businessman’s iPhone somehow still works, even after being dropped from a plane

Texas businessman Ben Wilson is thanking his lucky stars after his iPhone dropped from 9,300 feet in the sky, only for it to be discovered still in working order. Wilson successfully tracked down the phone using Find My iPhone.


Still stumped? Here are 15 tips and tricks for the Apple Watch

The Apple Watch can do more than just tell you the time. Here are a few lesser-known features, whether you're looking to mute notifications or quickly adjust haptic feedback.


New Apple TV slated for September, streaming TV service will take longer

While many expected to see a new Apple TV unveiled at WWDC earlier this year, the event came and went without a reveal. Apple does have a habit of announcing new products in September, though, and a new Apple TV will likely be among them.

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Apple patents a crazy stylus that senses texture to make 3D files

For a company that hates the stylus, Apple sure has a lot of patents for cool styli. Two new patents explain how a stylus could record and transmit different textures on a digital surface to make 3D creations.