Slow motion makes everything better, and with Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus you can create your own dramatic slow motion sequences with ease. Here's how to easily make them.
Researchers found a new flaw in iOS called "Masque Attack," which allows hackers to access personal data by replacing real apps with fake versions that use the same name. The flaw affects devices with iOS 7 and iOS 8 onboard.
Now you can turn your hand-drawn Moleskine sketches into digital files for editing on Adobe's Creative Cloud apps. The Moleskine Smart Notebook is available for pre-order and should arrive in December.
The Basis Peak looks like a smartwatch, but acts like a fitness tracker. The Peak can monitor your heart rate, sleep, activity, and overall wellness.
Tom Hanks loves typewriters so much that he created an app called Hanx Writer. The app turns your iPad, and now your iPhone keyboard into a typewriter, loud clacking sounds and all.
The Stance from Kenu is a lightweight and compact tripod for iPhones with Lightning connectors, useful for photography and FaceTime calls. It also functions as a kickstand and a bottle opener.
Apple released the WatchKit SDK to developers so they can build apps for the Apple Watch. The kit reveals many things about the Watch itself and the overall app experience on the device.
WhatsApp for Android now offers end-to-end encryption for messages. As such, law enforcement cannot compel the company to reveal your messages and hackers cannot easily access them.
Apple is due for a new MacBook Air, and the rumor mill is in full churn. This time, however, some of the speculation makes sense. Here's what we've heard about the new Air - and what we think will actually happen.
Answering desperate cries for help, Apple has rolled out its first minor OS X Yosemite update. Unfortunately, Wi-Fi glitches are far from repaired.
Apple updated iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite on Monday. The new software versions offer small bug fixes. The OS X 10.10.1 update solves the Wi-Fi problem and iOS 8.1.1 aims to improve performance on older iPhones and iPads.
PhotoTime, a new photo management apps for iOS, uses image and facial recognition technology to automatically tag and organize your photos. While not perfect, the app works as advertised.
Apple has struck a deal with Chinese credit card provider UnionPay to allow direct app purchases. Tap-to-pay is still unavailable in China, but it looks like it could arrive in the country soon.
Retailers in the U.S. have said shoppers with the iPhone 6 have been busy getting to grips with Apple Pay. Google and Softcard also appear happy with the arrival of Apple's tap-to-pay system as it's helped raise awareness of their own mobile wallet offerings.