Apple's new iPhone looks like a 5s but performs like a 6s.
Stories by Caitlin McGarry
Apple's CEO has high hopes for the new 12.9-inch tablet, even if it cannibalizes existing iPads and MacBooks.
iPhone sales could keep growing because of people jumping ship from Android.
More than 50 per cent of iOS devices are running the latest version.
Walking the aisles of the week’s Luxury Technology Show in Manhattan was a little light in the ostentation department. Sadly, luxury doesn’t mean sparkle. But it does include plenty of high-end gadgets from some of the world’s best-known companies
Hillary Clinton joined the 21st century on Monday with her very first tweet--a possible sign that she is pondering a presidential run in 2016.
A plate of artfully arranged pasta or decadent pancakes is placed in front of you, and it looks so tasty that you want to share it with the world. Instead of reaching for your fork, you instead pull out your phone and open Instagram.
Waltzing into a Las Vegas casino wearing Google Glass could be a risky proposition if staffers suspect you're using the wearable computer to surreptitiously shoot videos or photos.
George and Judy Jetson would feel right at home at the CES floor here. With smart washing machines, magic remotes, and refrigerators that blast Top 40 hits, the automated home has arrived.