Andy Rubin created Android, which has become a dominant presence within the technology market, but now he’s working on something else.
In June of this year, it was expected that Bluetooth 5 would get its time in the spotlight ahead of an official adoption later in the year.
Scientists from the University of Central Florida (UCF) have developed a “supercapacitor” battery prototype that could allow smartphones and other gadgets to run for days on a single charge. What’s more, the battery charges in seconds, and has a much longer lifespan.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, now is the time to start brainstorming for fun and creative gift ideas. One category of products doesn’t seem to get very much spotlight: toys that you can remotely control from your iOS device. So many people around the world already own an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. A real toy to control with the graphical and immersive experience an iOS device offers is an incredible idea.
Apple’s new biggest feature is the Touch Bar, an OLED strip of contextual commands that replaces the physical Function keys in the new MacBook Pro lineup.
A lot of people will tell you a new car smells great, but you probably haven’t heard the same saying when it comes to a new Mac.
Devices must pass through plenty of regulatory steps before they can see the light of day, and Apple has a new, unknown device submitted to the process right now.
Earlier this week, Apple officially launched macOS Sierra, releasing the software to the public following weeks of beta tests.
With iOS 10 on the brink of a public launch, and with so many people already using the public golden master release, a bug has been discovered specifically for Kwikset Kevo lock owners.
On April 24, 1984, Apple released the Apple IIc. Now, over 30 years later, The 8-Bit Guy got his hands on one and did his best work to bring it back to its original beige glory.