WD My Cloud Home Duo review: Super easy to use, but also super slow and short on features

We like that WD is trying to make network attached storage easier, more connected, and cross-device compatible. But this box is incredibly slow writing data, and it's missing a key feature.

macworld.com 11 hours ago

Play with—and program—Star Wars droids with Sphero's new R2-D2 and BB-9E

BB-8 gets friends as more app-controlled robots appear, now with a learning twist.

macworld.com 11 hours ago

Fourth time’s the charm: Google to win again

This time for sure the iPhone is doomed.

macworld.com 11 hours ago

Anker SoundCore A3102 Bluetooth speaker review: Inexpensive, but surprisingly not cheap

An off-the-hook price-to-performance ratio renders this small speaker a good value.

macworld.com 10 hours ago

Asymco estimates Apple Watch sales at 33M total, predicts much more to come

Asymco’s Horace Dediu has estimated that

9to5mac.com 10 hours ago

Foxconn chairman will visit site of company’s first U.S. factory next month

Apple supplier Foxconn’s chairman Terry Gou will reportedly visit Wisconsin, site of its first U.S. manufacturing facility, in early October to sign subsidy agreements with the local government.

cultofmac.com 9 hours ago

Trade in your old iPhone. We pay the highest cash prices

New iPhones ain’t getting any cheaper. With the new iPhone X the most expensive yet, you should think seriously about trading your old iPhone in. And you should use Cult of Mac’s gadget buyback program, because we pay the highest

cultofmac.com 9 hours ago

How the iPhone 8 and Hyundai i30 N got me stranded in Italy

I didn’t think I was a bad driver - but fancy cars hate me

techradar.com 9 hours ago

Comment: Why the iPhone X appears to be power-hungry despite more efficient OLED screen

We noted earlier a Chinese regulatory filing that appears to confirm an earlier report that the

9to5mac.com 8 hours ago

Apple’s biggest spoilers: The devs who cracked the code on iPhone X

When Apple execs stepped onstage for September’s big iPhone X unveiling, they had precious few surprises up their sleeves. This year’s iPhone keynote became one of the most spoiled in history, thanks to major software leaks — and a pair of industrious young developers who dug into Apple’s code to pierce the veil of Apple’s vaunted secrecy apparatus.

cultofmac.com 8 hours ago