With an iMemStick 3.0 MFi-Certified Lightning Flash Drive you can free up storage space on your iOS device with 64GB of portable storage!
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As Fitbit continues to struggle in the fitness tracker market, it recently acquired smartwatch makers Pebble and Vector Watch. It turns out, they got a bargain in both deals.
Apple will debut its 10th anniversary “iPhone 8” handset in September, and the new device is widely expected to offer some type of wireless charging.
March looks to be a big month for Netflix viewers. Movies coming to the streaming service in March include Blazing Saddles, Jurassic Park, and This is Spinal Tap.
Federal Court Rules Police Can’t Compel FingerPrint Unlocks for All Devices in a Particular Building
A U.S. federal court in Illinois has ruled that police can’t use warrants to demand that fingerprint unlocks be provided for all devices in a particular building.
Google’s Chrome 58 Canary build offers somewhat limited 2016 MacBook Pro Touch Bar support.
The Earl Scheib of electronic devices, ColorWare says it can offer you a pair of AirPods in any of 58 colorful shades.
Apple on Wednesday spoke out against President Donald Trump’s order to rescind the Obama administration’s protections for transgender students allowing them to use bathrooms that corresponded to their gender identity.
iLoud Micro Monitors consists of two portable, high-performance bi-amped speakers that deliver a combined 50W RMS of power.
New ransomware has been found in the wild that targets macOS software pirates. The “poorly coded” malware, created in Swift, promises to crack the copy protection on popular software suites.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 24, the latest update to their experimental web browser.
While the Amazon Echo, Tap, and Dot respond by default to “Alexa,” you can also change the devices’ settings to wake to a few other optional words.
Apple’s latest and greatest mobile operating system, iOS 10, debuted a little over 5 months ago, and it has already made it onto 79% of iOS devices.
The iOS 10 & Swift 3 Starter Bundle will teach you all you need to know to get started developing for Apple’s latest and greatest devices!
Research by Sensor Tower shows the average U.S. iPhone user spent $40 on apps and in-app purchases in 2016, up from $35 in 2015.
Apple has added another 43 U.S. banks and credit unions to the list of financial institutions offering Apple Pay to their customers.