|Filed Under:||Technology / Apple|
|Posts on Regator:||1418|
|Posts / Week:||3.5|
|Archived Since:||December 19, 2008|
Software headaches aside, it doesn't serve triathletes and loses novices to smartwatches.
A contract with Apple could stymie RadioShack’s efforts to cash in.
There's no Activation Lock, and watches can be reset even if passcode-protected.
These HomeKit-compatible wireless chips have been shipping for 6-or-so months.
Chipworks gets a first glimpse at the mysterious 28nm CPU/GPU.
A pragmatist's guide to a nice but not quite necessary gadget.
A pragmatist's guide to a nice but eminently optional gadget.
In collaboration with Japan Post, tablets with wellness apps will be distributed.
Only one of Apple's two suppliers is reportedly making usable Taptic Engines.
Company makes $58 billion in revenue, 69 percent of which is from iPhone sales.
Informed consent and pre-built UIs make gathering medical data a snap.
Apply for your randomly selected tickets through April 17 at 10am Pacific.
A major bugfix update that leaves no stone unturned (and adds new emoji).
iPhoto's replacement is here, along with Force Touch APIs and Wi-Fi fixes.
We booked both regular watch and Edition try-on appointments. Here's how it went.
MacBooks are shipping today, while watches start shipping April 24.
Price range from $349 to the low-end Sport to... $17,000?
Review: The 2015 Broadwell refreshes are similar, but not identical.
As with the OS X program, power users will be able to test new stuff sooner.
The most interesting upgrades to otherwise straightforward Air and Pro refreshes.