As Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy S10 lineup and highly anticipated Galaxy Fold several days before the 2019 Mobile World Congress, while Huawei will apparently keep us waiting until next month for the P30 launch, this year's MWC needs a different hero.
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If you're in the market for a new MacBook Pro, iPhone, iPad or virtually any other Apple product, gather 'round for Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's freshest rumors.
Facebook and its execs have been labeled "digital gangsters" in a UK parliamentary report that calls for the company to be regulated. The 180-page document -- which lays out the findings of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee's 18-month i...
Welcome back to the week. While gaming laptop player Razer shutters its game store, we're getting primed for Samsung's big phone launch this Wednesday, where the company could reveal maybe four (!) different phones in one fell swoop.
For most of your everyday Mac tasks, a soft and friendly GUI is both an asset and a comfort. Sometimes, though, Finder is a clunky middleman.
There are faster ways to find out where that pesky 5GB file is hiding, or the path of every file related to that app you thought you deleted. For these jobs and others, the command line is your new best friend.
It’s always tempting to install the latest version of macOS, full of new features and updates. Even so, you might find that once you’ve gone through the upgrade process, your system isn’t working right.
Connecting all of your gadgets to the internet isn’t always a great idea. While the Internet of Things allows you to perform tasks remotely and monitor your devices from anywhere in the world, it also provides a way in for malicious hackers who want to use your devices for their own good.
How cool would it be if our eyes could act as our very own color pickers? Since that’ll (probably) never happen, we have to rely on digital color pickers to get accurate color readings.