Now that Jony Ive has left the position as Apple's chief design officer, can the company start making products that are not only beautiful but also reliable and repairable?
The update should eliminate a lot of unnecessary motion alerts.
Magic Leap aims to combine the AR worlds of ubiquitous Glass-like cues and HoloLens-like rich visuals in a bid to build a digital overlay onto our cities. For now, its demos show span entertainment and collaboration.
Did Raspberry Pi Foundation fail to test Raspberry Pi 4 properly? Either way, one expert says new flagship is not USB-C compliant and must be fixed.
The updated MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are part of Apple’s Back to School promotion.
A guide to Raspberry Pi alternatives, from low-cost options to more powerful boards.
Has your Mac gone from feeling super speedy to super sluggish? Have boot times gone from seconds to minutes? Are you starting to think that it might be time to buy a new Mac? Not so fast! Here's how you can give your old Mac a new lease of life.
Vulnerabilities found in Logitech's proprietary Unifying USB dongle technology.
Mixing CAD, 3D printing, some basic woodworking, and the self-discipline to throw out obsolete cables, David Gewirtz takes you through the process of building the ultimate cable organizer and his tried and true seven-step system for organizing cables and keeping them in order.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates envies Steve Jobs' ability to mesmerize people with nonsense.
Analysts expect LG's mobile business to have operating losses of around 200 billion won for the second quarter.
Samsung boss JY Lee is reportedly planning talks with Japanese business leaders to discuss how to go forward with Japan's export restrictions.
While most of us get away with having a few gigabytes of RAM, there are modern motherboards designed for workstations that can take enormous amounts of RAM. But lots of RAM is expensive. Very expensive.
Is there a case for having more than 16GB of RAM in a Windows 10 PC? Sure there is, but the bang for the buck trails off.
Later this year, reports suggest Apple will release MacBooks without the flawed butterfly mechanism keyboard.
April is Distracted Driver Awareness month, and while technology can be a big distraction, used right it can help make your journey safer and less stressful. Here are some of the best in-car gadgets to help keep you safer – and saner – when on the road.
Need to extend the capability of a Raspberry Pi for a bigger project? Here are some accessories that you can turn to in order to vastly expand on what the board can do.
If there's one thing that iPhone users are always area of is how fast the battery can go from fully charged to almost flat! Fear not! Because with thee charging accessories your iPhone (or iPad) will always be ready for work.
Apple products are expensive, so it makes sense to avoid buying anything that's nearing the end of its lifecycle, or when you can buy something of equivalent quality from another vendor. Here is a list of the items you are best avoiding.
Hate is back in fashion again. Tech is no exception when it comes to being the target of our anger and frustration -- but this stuff truly deserves it.
The tech history books are littered with the corpses of products that died on the vine. But there's a special sort of gadget or technology that on the face of it looks like it has what it takes to take the world by storm, only to fall flat on its face.
Apple products are expensive, so it makes sense to avoid buying anything that's nearing the end of its lifecycle, or when you can buy something of equivalent quality from another vendor. Here is a list of the items you are best avoiding. Updated March 19 following iPad and iMac update.
Give your iMac workstation an upgrade with these awesome accessories that will allow you to get more done with your Mac.
There's good news and bad news. The good news is that you can switch, but the bad news is that the longer you've been using an iPhone, and the more you've made use of Apple's features and services, the harder and more painful it's going to be. (Updated March 2019)
The Anker USB-C-to-Lightning cable might only be a few dollars cheaper than the cable Apple sells, but it's far, far more durable.
The world's smallest USB-C PD (Power Delivery) charger.
If you have a 3D printer and some green filament, now is the time to get printing. Here is a series of great (and wacky) 3D prints you can download and produce. Just follow the rainbow.
These are all amazing phones that, for whatever reason, the Big Four -- Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile -- don't carry in the US. But you can still buy them unlocked, usually direct from the manufacturer or a retailer, and they'll still work with GSM networks. You just need to check 2G/3G/4G compatibility with your carrier.
I seem to be someone who buys things on the off chance that they will be useful at some point down the road. While there are many times when it doesn't feel like this pays off, some of the weird gadgets that I've picked up ended up being super useful, and have become part of the kit I use.
Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects, automation, and even AI and ML, with prices ranging from around $10 to over $250.
Blake Harris, writer and filmmaker, gives Tonya Hall updates on all things regarding Oculus, Facebook, and VR headsets.
ZDNet's Chris Matyszczyk talks with TechRepublic's Karen Roby about Samsung's latest phone issues and about the upcoming rollout date. Read more: https://zd.net/2PhOcbH
TechRepublic's Karen Roby talks to ZDNet's Tiernan Ray about how AI is going to change the way users take photos with their smartphones. Read more: https://zd.net/2PifcHS
Due to appear in May, the 3D XPoint and storage combo is aimed at the thin laptop market.
All signs point to Google readying a mid-tier Pixel phone, with a release sooner rather than later. Read more: https://zd.net/2veyF3n
Formlabs launched its next-gen Form 3 and Form 3L 3D printers for prototyping by engineers and creative pros. Here's the state of the market.
Apple slightly loosens its grip on who mends your devices. Read more: https://zd.net/2IhP4vg