Fall detection on Apple Watch Series 4 (and now Series 5) has been credited with saving lives all over the world in the year since the feature was introduced. The latest real-world story is a great example
We all have been in the situation where we’ve lost count the number of browser tabs we’ve opened on our phones. To help you solve that problem, Google just introduced a bunch of clever new features for
The calender reads September 19 and that means that it's finally that time of the year for iOS users to update their phones (and new iPod Touch users) to the newest version of Apple mobile operating system.
It helps a LOT as a nervous flier during turbulence. Flying makes me anxious. I worry about the fact you're 36,000 feet above ground, I worry about the fact you have no control over the aircraft (especially
Google Chrome is the world’s most popular browser. Are Safari, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge really better alternatives? (This is a brief review that addresses the use of computer resources by browsers.)
Once every few months, I take my iPhone and go to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase All Content and Settings. I skip the offer to use a backup, or transfer data, and build from the factory settings.
If you spend any time on the internet, you’ve likely created accounts with all kinds of businesses – financial institutions, social media sites, online retailers, travel booking sites, loyalty programs
When smartphones were just starting to become a thing, the most obvious way to get one in the United States was simple: visit your wireless carrier of choice and buy whichever device the salesperson convinced
Apple announced a new scheme that will allow independent repair shops to offer official servicing of iPhones that are out of warranty. The new Independent Repair Provider Program gives small repair businesses