Sometimes it's the small things that make the biggest difference.
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Let's talk about Apple Watch feature bloat, and the lessons Apple apparently didn't learn from Samsung's smartwatch mistakes.
It's faster all around, easier to see in the sun, and the battery lasts just as long.
As time ticks by and Apple CEO Tim Cook drops his latest hint about new and upcoming products, it's time to start looking to the next generation of Apple's iPhone. Based on the pattern years past, it's exceedingly likely we'll see the next version of the company's smartphone arrive sometime in the next three months. But what will that handset look like? What new features will it sport?
Given iOS 7's major visual overhaul last year, it wouldn't have been surprising if Apple decided to take a step back and focus on small under-the-hood improvements in iOS 8. But that didn't happen: iOS 8 looks like it'll be every bit the game-changer that its predecessor was.
iOS 7 is a dramatic re-invention of Apple's mobile software that goes beyond mere additions and enhancements. Apple is changing the very look of iOS itself.
Why pay retail prices if you don't have to? The web is full of discounts and bargains--if you know where to look.
Sony says that its new MDR-NC500D headphones are the world's first digital noise-cancelling headphones.
Microsoft has shed a little light on a few more features promised within its soon-to-ship Office 2008 for Mac productivity suite.
Security experts at Secunia are warning of a "highly critical" security vulnerability that affects Mac OS X.
Analyst: Microsoft Zune plans may be a challenge
.Mac-integrated apps list published