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MacBook-turned-desktop isn't bad, but only makes sense if you're buying in bulk.
Data from three cities shows that the feature is deterring thieves.
When searching for Wi-Fi networks, iOS8 devices can hide their true identities.
The publication is usually in the know when it comes to Apple's timing.
Most interesting feature: Finally being able to use your Mac like a speakerphone.
We take a closer look at Xamarin's latest mobile platform and like what we see.
Opting out of iMessage has always been harder than opting in.
Lumia shooters excel in low light and have some features iPhone cameras lack.
Apple wins on some patents, loses on others, gets 5% of the damages it sought.
What pearls of wisdom—or derision—dropped from Steve Jobs' lips when he sued?
First update since iOS 7.1 includes a handful of minor fixes.
Lenses would use a bayonet mechanism to attach and detach.
Apple's next mobile OS begins to take shape, but take these with a grain of salt.
You can't patch out a slow processor, but Apple does its best.
Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo will debut CarPlay vehicles this week.
Coding blunder that exposed sensitive data may still be putting users at risk.
Some (but not all) listings apparently being pulled for violating eBay policies.
The Ars readership would like to have its cake and eat it too.
The recent wave of mini-desktops leads us to reconsider one of our favorites.
But because of Apple's rules, support has to be added on an app-by-app basis.