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This calisthenics-based fitness app uses motion tracking to turn you into a supersoldier saving the world. In your head, anyway.
Add transitions and filters to your short social-network videos to make them stand out from the rest.
Apple is set to release the latest version of its mobile operating system in the coming weeks. Here's how you can ensure that your device will be ready to receive the update.
Learn how to use the app that's been a popular Android staple for some time.
If you're tired of your videos languishing in cloud or small-screen obscurity, this service will deliver them on disc to your door.
Wired reports a mobile-payments platform powered by near-field communication is coming to the next iPhone, backing up similar stories last month.
Not keen to spend $15 on the mobile version of the desktop classic? Wait for it to go on sale. Here's how to keep tabs on BioShock's price.
Leaked photos examined by blog site uSwitch imply Apple may enlarge the screen of its next iPhone but keep the device small enough to use with one hand.
The service is making some interesting moves in the BYOD arena, and without some of the compromises imposed by other low-cost carriers.
A few tantalizing apps show that Google's DIY VR exercise doesn't have to be limited to Android devices.
A blog site's report on the amount of memory in the next iPhone turns out to be based on a misreading of a technical diagram, but the question of how much RAM the iPhone 6 needs is an interesting one.
Video shows someone unplugging a USB cable from an Apple computer and plugging it back in via the reverse direction.
The next iPhone could offer faster LTE data speeds thanks to an improved modem, says Chinese Apple repair shop Geekbar.
iPhone or iPad not charging? The Lightning port may be clogged. Here's how to clean it out with basic household items.
(Commentary) Madden NFL? Need for Speed? BioShock? These games demand big screens and handheld controllers, dammit!
The anticipated iPhone 6 could come with a 2,100mAh battery, says an industry analyst, exceeding the 1,560mAh battery in the iPhone 5S.
The philanthropic carrier gives you unlimited talk, texting, and data -- but if you're thinking there's a catch, you're right.