Apple has long prided itself on being a company that carefully weaves hardware, software, and services together to offer a holistic user experience. Because of this, every purchaser of Apple products from
Student and former Apple intern Punya Chatterjee has developed a slick-looking free tvOS app called DayView that acts as a personal dashboard for Apple TV. Similar to Today View on iPhone, the DayView
You’ve got mail There is no such thing as a good email app, technically speaking. Even the best one in the world is still, well, an email app, and that means it delivers you the endless stream of notifications,
These are the wireless noise-canceling cans you've been waiting for. Sony's WH-1000XM3 headphones are the sort of dream gadget I can review succinctly in one sentence: They're incredibly comfortable, they
“Can you get that to me by the end of the day?” isn’t a request many employees like to hear. But for many people, having shorter deadlines instead of longer ones — “Do you think you can do that by the
Choose auto backups for desktop, picture and document folders. Microsoft rolled out a new OneDrive folder protection feature to its business users in June -- now it's available to regular users, too. feature
Even if "Location History" is off on your phone, Google often still stores your precise location . Here are some things you can do to delete those markers and keep your location as private as possible.
The centralization of the web has ruined what it was, Tim Berners-Lee wrote in an open letter. Today is the World Wide Web's 29th birthday, and to celebrate the occasion, its creator has told us how bad
This beautifully designed 'dumb phone' can only make calls and send texts — and it might be the key to curing our addiction
The Brooklyn-based startup Light has set an impossible goal of getting people to put down their smartphones. Light launched in 2014 and a year later debuted its first product, the Light Phone. It could
A Vietnam War photographer captured the bloody Tet offensive. Fifty years later, he bears witness again.
By John Woodrow Cox John Woodrow Cox Enterprise reporter with a focus on narrative journalism Email Bio Follow John Olson can barely remember taking the photograph. He snapped it, at age 20, during one
When was the last time you wanted to measure something, and the tool you needed was already within arm’s reach? I can’t think of a single time that’s happened to me. I don’t work in construction, so I