Apple’s upcoming macOS Mojave includes a new dark mode. Despite being a new feature in a beta operating system, Apple’s dark mode is already much nicer than Windows 10’s dark mode.
Seven year old Macs probably won’t work with macOS 10.14, codename Mojave.
The new Gmail launched over a month ago, but it was optional. By fall you’ll be using it whether you want to or not.
Apple is upgrading your iPhone’s notifications with iOS 12. Conversation threads and notification topics will now be grouped together, cleaning up your notification center.
Safari will soon better protect your privacy online. New changes prevent websites from uniquely identifying your browser, and restrict tracking scripts from sites like Facebook from running without your explicit consent….
An optional dark theme is finally making its way to macOS later this year, as part of macOS 10.14 Mojave.
With macOS Mojave, Apple is bringing the dramatically improved screenshot tools from iOS over to the Mac, including support for annotation markup, and even letting you easily take videos of your desktop….
Your Mac will soon let you know when any app asks to use your camera, microphone, or other features.
The Quick Look tool on Macs is getting more powerful with macOS Mojave. You can now sign PDFs, trim videos, and perform other edits right from the preview pane that appears when you press Space.
Walkie-Talkie mode on the Apple Watch, coming later this year, will let you send short voice messages directly from your Watch to another Watch user.
Apple’s FaceTime will support up to 32 people on a group call, up from just two people. FaceTime will support animoji and filters, too.
Phone addiction is a big deal lately, and Apple has heard this loud and clear: iOS 12 will include a handful of new features to help with phone addiction.
CarPlay does a lot to simplify your iOS experience when you’re behind the wheel. With iOS 12, it gets even better with support for third-party navigation apps.
Siri is about to get a lot more powerful. Custom voice commands for any app will allow you to say “Hey Siri, I lost my keys” to instantly launch an app that will help you find them.
At Apple’s WWDC conference today, the company put an all-in bet on AR with a brand new file format called USDZ. This locally-stored file format will work across a variety of apps, including Files.
Apple showed off a brand new app during WWDC called Measure, which can measure any real-world object just by using your iPhone’s camera.
Updates often slow down your iPhone, but Apple says this update will speed your phone up. iOS 12 will speed up everything from your app launches to your keyboard and camera.
If you’re a PC gamer who longs for the ability to play on the go, Steam Link may be the answer you’ve been looking for. With this on your Android phone, you can stream games from your PC to your phone….
Search for Ubuntu in the Microsoft Store and you’ll see three versions: “Ubuntu 16.04”, “Ubuntu 18.04”, and “Ubuntu”. This means you can install a specific LTS version, or always have the latest LTS version….
If you have a bunch of Philips Hue lights next to your PC or Mac, good news: you can now sync lighting colors to what’s on your screen. Just download the new Hue Sync App.
Remember running to the phone to make sure you didn’t miss a call? Yeah, no one does that anymore.
Some Windows 10 PCs, including Microsoft’s Surface Laptop, come with “Windows 10 in S Mode.” PCs in S Mode can only install applications from the Microsoft Store. But you’re free to leave S Mode, if you like….
Facebook’s mobile apps track your location constantly, unless you disable that feature. You can see this tracking for yourself, too.
Apple just released new versions of iOS, HomePod, and tvOS that support AirPlay 2, a huge upgrade that lets you play music from your iPhone on multiple devices in multiple rooms. Here’s how it all works….
Plex is adding beta support for podcasts to iOS, Android, Roku, and Plex Web today, alongside a custom home screen for mobile users.