If wearing an Apple Watch is meant to make you look cool, you should be able to charge your favorite wearable with the same level of suaveness. Luckily, now that Amber has launched its Kickstarter campaign, that may not be so difficult.
Did you get hit with a data overage bill after upgrading to iOS 9? A new feature called Wi-Fi Assist could be culprit. It has caused so much backlash, that a $5 million class action suit was filed over it this past Friday.
While the vast majority of Todd Stabelfeldt's impressive achievements are a product of his own genius, he's had a bit of help over the last few years from one very distinctive iPhone feature -- the Switch Control.
If you had a hunch it was Facebook's app draining your iPhone battery faster than it really should, then you were right. The company said Thursday it'd uncovered a couple of power-related issues, and has fixed them in an update you can grab…
The display is probably the most vulnerable area of your smartphone. With just one drop, your phone could be rendered unusable. A new patent from Apple might ensure that you never shatter your display again.
Apple has begun rolling out minor upgrades to iOS devices and the Apple Watch. The upgrades, iOS 9.1 and watchOS 2.0.1, contain new emoji and bug fixes, including improved Live Photos behavior on the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
Facebook has launched its Instant Articles platform on the iPhone today, providing millions of mobile users with super-fast news from a wide selection of publishers. The system removes the eight-second load time experienced for normal…
Following a ruling earlier in the week, a jury on Friday ordered Apple to pay the University of Wisconsin $234m in damages after ruling its A7, A8, and A8X processors – found in recent versions of the iPhone – violate a patent for…
Apple has announced three new studies for ResearchKit, focused on autism, epilepsy, and melanoma. The studies use the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch to spot early signs, and gain more info for medical research.
So deep-seated is our dependency on our smart phones that a recent study has shown that we actually perform better on cognitive tests when our phones are around (even if we're not using them) than if they're out of sight or far away.