Apple CEO Says iPhone Users Will Soon Be Able to Disable Battery Management

The company is continuing its apology tour for intentionally slowing down phones.

The Internet Broke Emergency Alerts

America’s emergency notification systems were first built for war, and then rebuilt for peace. A false alarm in Hawaii shows that they didn’t anticipate how media works in the smartphone era.

Can I Use My Government Smartphone During a Shutdown?

Just because government goes dark during a shutdown doesn’t mean your government devices have to, too.

How It Became Normal to Ignore Texts and Emails

Digital messages mimic the speed of real conversation, but often what people like best is the ability to put them off.

This Smart Credit Card Might Soon Rule Your Wallet

A smart credit card could communicate directly with banking institutions.

Wireless Charging Is Finally Possible. Here's How.

Here's some good news if your smartphone has a mediocre battery.

Border Agents Are Searching Through More Travelers' Devices Than Ever

Customs and Border Protection released updated rules for how officials can search phones, laptops and tablets in the age of encryption.

Amazon Echo’s Dominance in the Smart-Speaker Market Is a Lesson on the Virtue of Being First

Three years and change since Amazon first launched Alexa, the digital assistant has become a familiar voice in American homes.

White House Phone Ban May Have Unintended Consequences

Former officials say the ban could trade a marginal security improvement for a much tougher working environment.

Need a New iPhone Battery? It'll Cost You $29

It could be considered a consolation prize for iPhone users.

How to Reduce Your Screen Time in 2018

If your New Year's resolution is to fight that tech addiction, here are some helpful tips.

8 Overly Confident, Mostly Pessimistic Predictions About Tech in 2018

The bankification of Big Tech, a strange profusion of wheeled vehicles, and more predictions about the year to come.