Closing unused apps on your iPhone won't improve its battery life - in fact, it may deplete it more.
The company makes three laptops, and while there is a little bit of crossover, each has a specific target audience.
Watery death of US security robot seized upon by internet as metaphor for our times.
If the rumours are true, the big question is will anybody buy it, after the Note 7 disaster.
Louis Vuitton's Tambour Horizon starts at $3400, about eight times the price of an entry-level Apple Watch.
It's the size of a sawn-off drink can, it weighs 260g and it's been given the catchy name of SRS-XB10.
A 75-year-old designer swaps pencil and paper for virtual reality.
If you want one of the new iPhones, you might want to start saving up now.
Samsung's Tab S3 has a slim design, HDR capable display, bundled stylus, and optional keyboard.
Winning fans for Oculus is far more important to Facebook's future than taking a revenue hit.
Here's an analysis of what people are saying about the next iPhone and what we make of it all.
The state of the art waterproof prosthetic hand can cut a steak and possibly disrupt a multi-billion dollar market.
Samsung's newest television features all the latest tech, along with a high price.
It is important to understand how routers work and how to protect them from malicious attacks.
A decade ago, Bill Detwiler cracked open the original iPhone. As Apple celebrates the phone's 10th anniversary, he celebrates 10 years of taking them apart.
iPhone suffering from sudden shutdowns? Seem like it can't hold a charge? Does it feel like it's burning when charging?
Apple is working on a feature that will let you unlock your iPhone using your face instead of a fingerprint.
Fitbit, months away from the debut of its smartwatch, has lost several people working on the project and fallen behind on its app store - putting in peril the company's most important product in years.
The device that did the most to start the smartphone revolution got off to a rocky start.
REVIEW: This is a warning for aspiring drone owners - trust in the tech and don't be impatient.
Ten years after the introduction of Apple's iPhone it's worth stepping back to see what we have learned.
Though our phones are getting smarter, new research suggests they're actually making us dumber.
Analysts are expecting record-setting sales, dwarfing the success of the wildly popular iPhone 6.
I was leaning toward a mirrorless model, something smaller than a traditional DSLR.
Apple is putting its proprietary machines for mending cracked iPhone glass in 25 countries.
The reason your iPhone is filling up faster can be blamed on the growing size of apps.
Round is all the rage - cylinder-shaped sound-makers that fire off good vibrations in all directions.
The 65-inch X93 might cost $7000 but you do get a lot of TV for your money.
Freeing up your hands to enjoy an organic soy latte, the pram follows you around.
This is camera to buy if you want it to last and not be overtaken by tech advances.