The U.S. FDA will treat health wearable devices, such as the Apple Watch, with an “almost hands-off approach” as long as they stay away from medical diagnosis.
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While the Apple Watch will be available for appointment only try-on sessions starting on April 10th, don’t expect to be able to mix and match watch and band options while you’re there.
In a Washington Post op-ed piece on Sunday, Apple CEO Tim Cook slammed legislation allowing businesses to refuse service to individuals on religious grounds as “very dangerous,” saying, “America must be a land of opportunity for everyone.”
If you’re looking to buy an Apple Watch when it’s released in April, you’d better make an appointment! According to leaked Apple documentation, the company will be requiring an appointment to try on or purchase a Watch.
This weekend, we delve into a bit of the abstract for our wallpaper offerings. Lose yourself in the designs. Then use Find My iPhone to find yourself.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter on Friday to condemn Indiana’s controversial “religious freedom” law, which Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law on Thursday.
Only a few years ago, Twitter was a bit of a mystery in the world of MySpace and Facebook, and has since become a dominant source of news, conversation, and information, and the next wave of social platforms is coming (or may already be here).
TuneUp connects directly to your iTunes or Windows Media Player, where it organizes and categorizes your music from top to bottom
Video gaming retailer GameStop, faced with lower sales in the gaming segment of their business, said on Thursday that it will open more stores in its Technology Brands segment. That segment includes Simply Mac, GameStop’s chain of Authorized Apple Reseller locations.
Apple has named creative iOS photo editing app Tangent as its free App of the Week. The app allows users to add geometric shapes, patterns, textures, and other effects to their photos.
Safari users in the UK are now free to sue Google for ignoring their Safari browser settings and continuing to drop cookies on their devices, even when their browser settings said not to.
While we’ve seen Apple and its products attacked in numerous ads and promotions, a recent “Apple is a Nazi” posting by a Chinese Android smartphone company has to be the worst we’ve seen.
Apple has officially announced the April 10 grand openings for three dedicated Apple Watch shops in high-end retailers in London, Paris, and Tokyo.
The Apple Watch is due to hit store shelves just under a month from now, and Apple Watch-enabled apps are beginning to show up in the iOS App Store.
Here’s a little device torture fun for your lunch break. Watch, as Wired’s Battle Damage folks abuse and torture a group of ultra-protective iPhone cases.
Amazon has announced new unlimited storage plans for their Amazon Cloud Drive service. Users can choose either the Unlimited Photos Plan or Unlimited Everything Plan and only pay one flat fee per year. A free 3-month trial is available for customers to try either plan.