Google Daydream is an Android-first mobile platform for virtual reality apps and games. The Daydream View headset is available on the Google Store now. Here is a list of devices that support the platform, plus the latest on apps, games, and…
We could soon get a new iPad Pro. The device is in short supply on both Apple's website and in stores, suggesting an upgrade could be coming. Rumors indicate Apple will soon upgrade both the 12.9-inch and 9.7-inch iPad Pros.
MacOS is still considered by some to be less susceptible to malware than Windows. That used to be true for Word macro viruses, but that's changed with the discovery of the very first document infected with malware aimed at MacOS.
The future looks flexible from Apple's perspective. Literally. According to a patent originally discovered by Apple Insider, it appears as though the tech giant is looking to build a mobile device "with an exceedingly flexible display."
A team of Apple researchers has just filed a patent for a depth-sensing device that appears to be intended for the company's mapping vans, but also bears far-reaching implications for devices like the upcoming iPhone 8.
The Basslet promises to deliver the impact of a subwoofer in a wearable wristband, using haptics technology that's much more advanced than you're likely to find in a smartphone. We put the claim to the test.
Facebook and Twitter aren't a great way for moms to chat, but Peanut, a new social network for iOS, is tailor-made for just that purpose. It's launching in the U.S. and U.K. in February ahead of a global rollout.
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.
People tend to take a ton of photos using their smartphone, but not all are meant to be shared or seen. Luckily, hiding photos on your iOS device is easy, whether you want to use built-in utilities or apps with added security.
The European Commission's proposed Digital Single Market rules would allow customers in one country to access digital content in another. Netflix subscribers in Germany could stream movies in France, for example.
It turns out that politics and religion aren't the only indicators of compatibility -- smartphone preferences are as well. Apparently, when it comes to finding love, one person having an iPhone while the other has an Android can be a deal…