This wonderful invention puts a camera on your Apple Watch so you can take pictures, film video and engage in FaceTime chats from your wrist.
Apple has announced some of its work with (RED) to maintain the struggle against HIV/AIDS during the COVID-19 pandemic, a double-whammy of misery hurting that hurts the world’s most marginalised communities
Sony has kept its promise and now 44 of its smart televisions sold in 2018, 2019 and 2020 can now run Apple’s TV app thanks to a software upgrade.
I’m having a fantastic time using the HomePod Mini, which delivers fantastic quality music playback combined with a much more attractive price.
Roku has kept its promise and has begun rolling out an update that provides AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support to its streaming devices.
Microsoft has introduced its much-improved Outlook for Mac, as announced at Ignite 2020 the application has been re-designed from the ground up to deliver a much more Mac-like experience with no compromise on features.
Apple has removed power adaptors and earbuds from new iPhones, but has cut prices on these things at its store and introduced an impressive $49 set of Beats.
Sony begins updating most 2020, 2019 and some 2018 TVs with a new Apple TV app in Europe and the U.S. today…
A smart white cane that helps blind and partially sighted people walk independently is about to develop its own AI…
Now you can get private by design routing thanks to Apple Maps and DuckDuckGo…