Fitbit, which began tracking sleep stages in March 2017, has collected data from 6 billion nights of sleep. Here's what Fitbit discovered about how Americans sleep.
New Year’s resolutions are more famous for failure than for success. Technology won’t change resolutions’ success rate dramatically, but it might budge the needle by a few percent. Here are four that could help.
Google's Pixel Buds sound terrific for music and respond well to Assistant requests. But the real-time translation thing is kind of a bust.
Did you know you're more likely to lose or break your iPhone when a new one comes out? According to a study from the University of Michigan, it’s your psychology at work, attempting to help you justify the purchase of a faster, better phone model.
The Sonos:1 speaker looks, sounds, and costs the same as its predecessor, with one major difference: the new speaker is an Amazon Echo.
If you’ve walked anywhere in New York City lately—or anywhere in its subway system—you’ve seen the big posters for National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey, the multimillion-dollar tourist attraction that just opened in Times Square.
Over the last decade, Amazon has quietly built up the world’s largest cloud-services company, called AWS (Amazon Web Services). Yahoo Finance's David Pogue interviews an Amazon exec who's been with AWS from the beginning.
Let me admit my bias right up front: I’m a nut about my Fitbit (FIT). My little Fitbit Alta does an incredible job of turning invisible aspects of my health—sleep cycles, heart rate, activity levels, and so on—into motivating graphs and coaching.
Augmented reality is a big deal. That’s where you can still see the real world, but the computer superimposes graphics on it.
Every couple of weeks, David Pogue takes to Facebook Live to do a live unboxing/setup of a tech product. This time, it was the Apple (AAPL) TV 4K.
Mac OS High Sierra (macOS 10.13). As the new name suggests, it’s just a refinement of last year’s Mac OS Sierra. In fact, you could sum up what's new in an article about as short as this one.
The headline feature of the new $400 Apple Watch 3 is that it’s got cellular. Unfortunately, in the first Apple Watches, it doesn’t work.
Every year, Apple introduces a new iPhone operating system—the software you look at and tap on all day long. Today’s the day, and the new software is called iOS 11. In general, it’s terrific.
The iPhone 8 is a great phone—it’s better than the iPhone 7 in several ways. Still, if you’re currently carrying, say, an iPhone 6s or 7, there’s not much here to justify the upgrade.
The internet is buzzing. As Apple demonstrated its new flagship phone onstage, the $999 iPhone X, the face-recognition unlocking feature failed. Here's what really happened.
It seems as though Apple almost enjoys ripping away features we love. Apple was the first major computer company to kill off the dial-up modem. The floppy drive. In last year’s iPhones, the headphone jack. Now it's killed the Home button in its 10th anniversary phone.
On Tuesday, Yahoo Finance got its hands on the 10th annual upgrade to the iPhone: the hotly awaited, gorgeous, shockingly expensive iPhone X.
A startup called OurBus aims to let riders choose bus routes by popular demand—through crowdsourcing. Its offer: Find 100 people who’d be interested in a certain bus route, and they’ll put it together.