“Hey, can I call you?” I bet millions send this text every day. It’s common etiquette. You text first and see whether someone is busy. If you get a “Sure,” or “Y,” or “K,” you can ring that person up.
I signed up for Apple Music as soon as it was available to try it out, so I know it pretty well at this point. You would think it knows me by now, but more on that in a moment. I had been using Google
Call me a stupid American (you wouldn’t be the first), but, whenever I’m cooking Asian dishes, that great Muppet stand-up comedian, Fozzie Bear, is never far from my mind. As I’m tossing stir-fried vegetables
In line with the HomePod public launch, Apple has posted the HomePod User Guide. The guide covers what to do when you first unbox the HomePod as well as what kind of things to ask it, from music questions
Force Touch is one of those Apple Watch features that's so discreet and unassuming it's easy for users to forget it even exists. That's a shame, because just like 3D Touch on iPhone, Apple has implemented
If you think the Health app is just another pointless junk app that comes preinstalled on your iPhone, think again. Unlike Stocks, Compass or Tips, it is one of the few apps that Apple won’t let you delete.
Apple SEED is an official training app that you can’t download from the App Store. It’s designed to teach Apple Store employees and Authorized Resellers all they need to know about the company’s products
The first nasty bit of undetectable malware of 2018 has been unearthed after it was found targeting Macs this week. Security researchers revealed info about the new OSX/MaMi malware which is a lot like
Apple has clarified its policy on battery replacements. As long as the owner of the iPhone 6 (or later) handset is willing to pay the $29 fee, and the device is not otherwise damaged, Apple will process
By Michael Cavna Michael Cavna Writer/artist for Comic Riffs, covering visual storytelling, cartoon art/illustration, comedy/satire and animation. Email Bio Follow Writer/artist NOT MANY actors get the
Big spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi below! At two points in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we get emotional scenes featuring a set of gold dice. They're a heartbreaking nod to the dearly departed Han
Director Rian Johnson lets us know why fans shouldn't have a bad feeling about this. Following the release of “The Last Jedi,” some fans had a bad feeling the movie was missing one iconic staple. But Rian
WARNING: Spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi in the video below Reactions to Star Wars: The Last Jedi have been mixed to this point, with critics delivering glowing praise on Rian Johnson’s film and
It’s safe to say that a new Star Wars movie unleashes a lot of opinions. The films have been so deeply intertwined with so many people’s pop culture education and appreciation, it can often be hard to