Want to play computer games on your big screen TV? Valve has a slick little box that’ll stream what you’re playing to your television.
Amazon Prime Video is the most downloaded Apple TV app ever, and it took only seven days to take that top spot.
If you’re planning on giving someone AirPods as a holiday present, you better already have them because Apple is sold out into January.
Apple just signed its third scripted TV show, and it’s a SciFi space drama being developed by Ronald D. Moore.
Siri may be a little more private in the future thanks to an Apple patent filing that describes how the artificial intelligence voice assistant could whisper.
Samsung is all about innovation, so the company is hard a work on its own HomePod-like smart speaker. The electronics maker expects to release its product some time in the first half of 2018.
It’s official: AOL Instant Messenger, or AIM, has ridden off into the digital sunset. AOL shut down its instant messaging service on Friday, December 15th.
So far, Apple has announced 8, 10, 14, and 18 core versions of the iMac Pro, making this version of Logic Pro X one that looks towards the future. [Updated with download size.]
The update coincided with the release of Final Cut Pro 10.4, and it includes updated support for multiple video codecs.
It covers everything from the day of incorporation in 2013 to November 30, 2017.
If you’re buying AppleCare+ with your new iMac Pro, it’ll cost you $169, which is less than you’ll pay for your iPhone X coverage.
Want a fully loaded top of the line 18-core iMac Pro? Check your credit limit because it’ll cost you more than $13,000.
Apple released Final Cut Pro 10.4 on Thursday with 360° VR video editing support, High Dynamic Range (HDR) support, HEIF and HEVC support, and more.
Apple’s iMac Pro, first shown off at Worldwide Developer Conference in June, goes on sale today and will deliver on Wednesday, December 27th.
Research into the database is still ongoing, with 4iQ posting a few updates yesterday.
Along with iOS 11.2.1, Apple released tvOS 11.2.1 on Wednesday. The update is the second half of Apple’s strategy for patching a security flaw that could let hackers slip through HomeKit’s security measures.