Tag Archive: World


You don’t have to have had your iPhone die at an inopportune time to conclude that current generation batteries kind of suck. Unlike most of us, however, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has the resources to do something about it. In… Read more ›

Looking for a gorgeous chair to sit in while you get to grips with your brand new Apple Watch? If you happen to have a spare seven-figure sum lying around, you could have snapped up this riveted aluminum and fiberglass… Read more ›

Apple is leading the charge in environmental responsibility, and it’s only just getting started. That’s the message from the company’s 2015 progress report, which details all of the ways Apple is striving “to leave the world better than we found… Read more ›

Today, 1Password developer AgileBits announced that their popular iOS password management app, 1Password, has been updated to the Apple Watch. But 1Password could even be cooler in the updates that follow. 1Password for both OS X and iOS are already… Read more ›

Ellanora Baidoo, 26, can finally change her Facebook status to “single” after a landmark decision in a Manhattan courtroom Monday that allows her to serve her evasive husband via private message on Facebook. This is the first time anyone has… Read more ›

Today Facebook unveiled the future of Messenger, and it’s actually quite ambitious. It’s clear that the social giant wants Messenger to be the one-stop for not just messaging, but all sorts of app interactions. Businesses will also be able to… Read more ›

These days, Apple has one of the better cloud infrastructures in the world. Even so, the sheer demand for a new version of iOS or OS X on release day can bring Apple’s network to its knees. Apple’s servers simply… Read more ›

I’m a massive fan of both Lego and Jurassic Park, so a combination of the two is pretty much guaranteed to hit the sweet spot. In anticipation of the upcoming Jurassic World video game, set for release this June on… Read more ›

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus has been an enormous success for Apple, and a new report from Kantar Worldpanel demonstrates just how true this is. In the month of November, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus represented 47.4 percent of all… Read more ›

Apple hasn’t built a device requiring a stylus since the heyday of the Newton in the 1990s, largely because Steve Jobs hated them. But a new patent published today suggests that Apple could be changing its mind — or is… Read more ›