24 min agoBy Rich StevensWelcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Interpreting Invitations
2 hours agoBy iMore.comTired of your Lightning cables always breaking on you? If so, KODIAK’s Lightning cable with aluminum housing should be your next purchase. The housing will make the cable even more durable to withstand your abuse, and right now you can pick one up for $13.95.
17 hours ago 14By Rene RitchiemacOS Sierra is more than just a name change, and the seventh version of the public beta is now available. If you want to try it out, you'll need to sign up, enroll your Mac, download Sierra, and install it. We're here to walk you through it and, if you need it, a place to get extra help.
18 hours ago 2By Kathy McGrawApple’s Calendar app lets you manage your schedule on the go, whether you are enroute to work or traveling to a fabulous vacation destination. iOS gives you a number of options for putting your own stamp on the application. Let’s walk through them.
19 hours agoBy Daniel BaderApple is reportedly developing a customized iPhone 7 for Japan with support for the country's popular FeliCa tap-to-pay system for subways and buses. The standard is much more prevalent there than NFC.
20 hours ago 8By Joseph KellerAmazon constantly adds new movies and TV shows to its Prime video streaming service This week's additions include Elvis & Nixon and Blue Ruin, with Good Will Hunting and Full Metal Jacket coming later in the week.
29 August 2016 9By Daniel BaderFitbit has struck gold year after year, releasing slightly upgraded versions of its core products to massive success and huge market share. The company hopes it can continue the streak with its latest wearables, the Charge 2 and Flex 2, sequels to its best-selling products from 2013.