Did you pay $2500 for a new Macbook Pro only to find its battery life wasn’t near the promised amount? A new OSX update lets you pretend the problem doesn’t exist.
In a move sure to reassure fans Apple’s golden years weren’t solely the result of Jobs and Ive, both of whom have left the company in one way or another, new rumors surfaced today about the next iPhone design. Specifically, that Apple will reuse the iPhone 7 design – which was effectively a reuse of […]
In what could only have been an April Fool’s joke (unfortunately delivered two weeks late), Motor Trend revealed its “exclusive” look at what the Apple Car “could” look like.
Are you the kind of person who feels like you need a really fancy ebook reader but are frustrated at your limited options?
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Have you ever wanted to binge Netflix shows with friends, but maybe your friends are part of your WoW guild and can’t make it in person?
Uber, a company known for employing intimidation tactics and blatantly ignoring laws it finds inconvenient, now stands accused of hiring an investigator who employed intimidation and lawbreaking in his work.
Proving once again the fall of humanity will come at our own hands, Microsoft’s artificial intelligence (AI) bot Tay has been pulled offline less than 24 hours after release because Twitter users taught it to say racist, antisemetic, and pro-Donald Trump statements.
Those food delivery startups crowding your favorite lunch spots so rich people don’t have to go outside are somehow not “unicorns,” Silicon Valley’s term for startups with billion-dollar valuations.
Today, Apple announced its new recycling program that would help add more sustainability to its annual iPhone hardware refreshes. However, when robotic hands are taking apart used iPhones, does that mean the child laborers in Chinese factories will be out of a job?
In a recent interview with Re/Code, ‘Creative Control’ director Benjamin Dickinson made the following statement: “If we design our tech to be addictive, rather than expansive, and if we continue to worship greed above all else, then we are f***ed.” Well, guess what? VR is coming, and it could be more addictive than ever!