Family Sharing and Beats Music are nice and all, but Apple needs to go a lot further to make Apple TV as easy to use as Roku and Fire TV.
You know you want to.
Its success depends on developers making great software and devices, and Apple being able to convince users that those devices are not just worthwhile, but secure.
What's a party without a good game? Heads Up! and SnapDare are sure to bring big laughs.
Rdio rolled out a fresh new design, but the stripped-down navigation works better on the mobile apps than the desktop.
Hands on and wheels up with the souped-up, tube-shaped, fun-to-drive Ollie, the little brother to Sphero.
Once more unto the password breach, dear friends, once more. Two-factor authentication might not have necessarily saved Jennifer Lawrence from getting hacked, but using it is still a good idea.
Low-power sensors, useful notifications, and peace of mind for homeowners: not a bad package.
The Otterbox Resurgence, Duracell PowerCase, and Mophie Space Pack offer more than just extra battery life for your iPhone 5 and 5s.
The videogame seller will offer independent documentaries, to download and stream, without the burden of DRM.
Vine just made it easier to create six-second masterpieces. We go hands on with the video-sharing app's biggest update yet.
Is it the high price, the anemic app selection, or the gimmicky features? Yes.
You can use the built-in Camera app on your phone to shoot (even in slow-mo) and then import that footage into Vine. Finally.
Yes, the new Roku TVs are just smart TVs with Roku's familiar interface and huge content library built in. It may be simple, but it's still a brilliant result.
The update brings a few small but helpful features, like deleting email from the home screen, and making 11-frame GIFs in the camera app.
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