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Face ID, an impressive display, new interaction methods, and solid performance put the iPhone X on top.
CodeWeavers' CrossOver, which has long enabled you to run Windows programs on Linux and macOS, now lets you run Windows programs on advanced Chromebooks.
Here's how we predict mobile will affect the future of digital experiences.
iPhone and iPad users are steadily upgrading to the latest version of Apple's mobile OS.
Samsung's Oreo beta for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus is rolling out now to the US, UK, and Korea.
LG V30 users in South Korea will be able to get a sneak peek of the upcoming Android Oreo by applying via the Quick Help app.
Razer's mobile phone is ready after a couple of years in development.
There have been a lot of complaints about the display on Google's Pixel 2 XL. Is it annoying? Sure. A showstopper? Certainly not, and here's why.
Apple's newest smartwatch is smarter in that it's always connected, but is it worth the cost?
The announcement is scheduled for Nov. 1.
Researchers explore a modular phone that looks to solve the challenges around lending a phone.
Apple's iPhone 8 Plus boasts some fancy new camera tricks that make it attractive... for now.
Want to show off your love for all things 'Star Wars' while gaining some functionality on your smartphone? Read this.
New to iOS 11? You need to lock down your device. Here's how you do it.
What's it like to use Apple's first, always-connected wearable? Let's take a look.
First impressions go a long way. So far, so good with Apple's latest smartphone lineup.
For Handoff's sake, no doesn't mean no in iOS 11.
The reviews are in, and Apple has some work to do before its latest smartwatch can live up to its promise.
The update stops short of giving users complete control of the button, but it's a start.
You can do this if someone tries to make you unlock your new iPhone X, says Apple.