Google now rumored to be building its own stand-alone virtual reality headset

Google now rumored to be building its own stand-alone virtual reality headset

The push for virtual reality still going strong, and now it turns out that Google may be making even bigger waves in the market soon.

Apple reportedly building systems for ‘high-end cars’ in its California ‘auto testing center’

Apple reportedly building systems for ‘high-end cars’ in its California ‘auto testing center’

Sunnyvale, California, is a bit of a hotspot for Apple these days, especially if you think “motor noises” make for a hotspot.

Some late-night ‘motor noises’ are being heard from the Apple-leased Sunnyvale site

Some late-night ‘motor noises’ are being heard from the Apple-leased Sunnyvale site

In March of 2015, it was reported that Apple was, at least in part, developing its Apple Car in a leased building in Sunnyvale, California.

Inputting a certain date on your iPhone can reportedly brick it

Inputting a certain date on your iPhone can reportedly brick it

For any particular reason that you might need to head into Settings and change the date and time on your iOS device, it’s good to keep note of the dates that could potentially brick your device.

Vevo launches its catalog of music videos on Apple TV

Vevo launches its catalog of music videos on Apple TV

The fourth-generation Apple TV’s tvOS makes it possible to have a variety of apps, and for those who just want to get their music video watching on, Vevo is here to help out.

How to quickly enable Low Power mode on your iPhone

How to quickly enable Low Power mode on your iPhone

If only there were a way to enable low power mode for humans. Low Power Mode was introduced in iOS 9 and was met with a virtual round of applause from all iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users. Basically, Low Power Mode temporarily reduces power consumption by turning off or reducing mail fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads, and some visual effects.

How to disable Stand Reminders on your Apple Watch

How to disable Stand Reminders on your Apple Watch

Apple designed the Apple Watch to be part productivity tool and part fitness tracker. On the fitness side of the Watch, Apple is using a goal-based system that encourages you to move throughout the day. One of the most visible metrics (and easiest to achieve) is the standing goal that tracks how many hours you get up and stand. It is always at the forefront of the Watch experience because Apple has included a “Time to Stand” reminder that alerts you when you have been sedentary.

iOS 9.3 to bring Verizon Wi-Fi Calling to iPhone

iOS 9.3 to bring Verizon Wi-Fi Calling to iPhone

Apple rolled out its third iOS 9.3 beta earlier this week — and followed it up with a public beta on Wednesday — and although it is almost identical to the second beta, there is one nice new addition. Those on Verizon can now enjoy Wi-Fi Calling.

Apple Watch could soon adjust iPhone volume based on ambient noise

Apple Watch could soon adjust iPhone volume based on ambient noise

A new Apple patent application published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reveals the Cupertino company is working on a system that would allow Apple Watch to automatically adjust the volume on your iPhone based on ambient noise.

The invention could make your iPhone louder in noisy bars or busy streets, and quieter when you’re in a library or the office.

TSMC said to be the sole manufacturer for iPhone 7 A-series processor

TSMC said to be the sole manufacturer for iPhone 7 A-series processor

With the “iPhone 7” looming in the distance, the Rumor Mill is more than willing to toss out little tidbits for what to expect in the next flagship from Apple.