When Apple released the fourth-generation Apple TV in 2015, it also included a new Siri Remote with the set-top box (although in some regions Apple kept the original name "Apple TV Remote" due to Siri
You don't need a gym membership , fancy studio, or even a lot of time to get in shape. What you do need is a solid workout and dedication. We'll provide the workout, you just need to give it your all.
Today we’ll learn how to open and edit a PDF right in the iOS Mail app, and then send it on its way, all without opening any extra apps. Given that a lot of PDFs we receive are documents that need to checked
Sitting all day sucks. Besides plenty of research on its negative health effects, extended sitting just makes it easier to lull off when you should be doing work, which is good for neither you nor your
Sonnet has announced a 4U rackmount enclosure and expansion chassis for the new Mac Pro, allowing users to horizontally mount their Mac Pro in a standard data center rack with PCIe expansion capabilities.
Power users have been tricking out Google's Chrome browser with extensions for years, and now they can do the same with... Google Docs? Today the search giant launched an add-on store for its word processing
A new Apple patent, published Tuesday, reveals how future Apple earbuds and headphones might incorporate health-monitoring features. The patent shows how a monitoring system could be cleverly built into
The Internet of Things keeps adding thingsnow even our kitchen appliances and thermostats are web-connected. Why stop with your home's interior? New outdoor gear is getting smarter, too. The Internet Things
Think your smartphone is smart? You ain’t seen nuthin’ yet. The technology that powers mobile is in the process of spreading, well, everywhere—and the world around us is going to be radically transformed
This sponsored post is produced in association with Life360. We take our smartphones everywhere, so it makes sense they are becoming command central for a lot of things, including our homes. While smart
Want to get a head start on what angel and venture capitalists are looking for in 2014? Here are some sectors we hear whispers about from investors: 1. Healthcare IT Healthcare insurers want to improve
When someone tells you they have a pair of augmented reality glasses with an interface designed by the same Hollywood staple who created the Iron Man suit's UI, you listen. Then, you ask if you can put
If you’re a Java developer, chances are you did pretty well for yourself in 2013. At least, that’s according to statistics from Stack Overflow. Thousands of companies use the website’s Careers 2.0 search
This originally appeared on LinkedIn. You can follow Adam Grant here. One of the highlights of becoming an author is getting to read some exciting books in advance, and hearing early buzz about others.
The first in a series. It’s fair to say that more people have heard of the “internet of things” than have experienced it. There is breathless press coverage of the phenomenon—always patiently re-explained
In the past year, the people economy made big strides in putting people back where they belong: at the center of their business. Behemoths like Apple and Starbucks, startups like Airbnb and Lyft, and companies
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At Boxworks, the Box user conference earlier this year, the company announced Metadata – a service that received significantly less attention from the press covering the event than its importance deserved.
This post was originally published on the Buffer blog. Since social media is changing so often, it can be hard to keep up with stats and trends that affect how you use it. I quite often forget the facts