Not one for creative names, Apple has dubbed its redesigned image editor "Photos," though thankfully what it does is far more impressive. We got our hands on an early build of the app to show you how it looks and works.
After spending 16 years in what amounts to gaming purgatory, Homeland Remastered is coming to Steam later this month thanks to Gearbox Software. We spoke with some big names at Gearbox to find out what spurred the revival.
This "one-trick cable" is for charging only, but at one-tenth of Apple's asking price, why not stock up? Read up on how this Japanese manufacturer is getting around design patents for an iPhone Lightning cable.
Rumor has it that Apple wants to join the likes of Sling TV in the streaming service market. Re/code reports the company is possibly in negotiations to license content directly from programmers for Apple + television, but don't get excited just yet.
Microsoft doesn't have the best track record when it comes to keeping secret projects under wraps. However, it is astoundingly good at following through with said leaked plans -- at least as far as this 2012 document is concerned.
Forget finding an outlet -- all this pocket-sized generator needs to power up your device is a squirt of lighter fluid. Apparently that's an enticing concept to many gadget users on the go, considering Kraftwerk's Kickstarter has already met double its fundraising goal.
"I ignored the people attempting to block my progress and had no limits to who I talked to and in sharing my opinion." Dr. Mark Dean talks to us about his pioneering days in both the computing industry and its culture.
Before Left Shark came along and stole the spotlight, all anyone could talk about was the pre-planned entertainment of Super Bowl XLIX -- the commercials. Watch the top 10 ads that had viewers tweeting.
Meet Olympus' first foray into the remote device market: Air. This lens camera wirelessly connects with iOS and Android smartphones and boasts "SLR-quality" images. Take a closer look as we go hands-on with Sony's new competition.
RadioShack is throwing in the towel. After 11 quarters without turning a profit, the electronics store has filed for bankruptcy. Sprint plans to take over about one-third of the existing stores, while company shareholders will likely close the rest.