With Microsoft launching its new wearable fitness tracker we wanted to see how all these similar devices stack up to each other, at least based on official info. Check all the stats after the jump.
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Apple has still not officially shared details about the battery life of its new Watch, but the company's CEO, Tim Cook, admitted this week that users "will end up charging it daily".
While we still have a couple months to wait until the release of the Apple Watch, one ambitious programmer has created a program that emulates the Apple Watch UI on iOS devices.
After their opening weekend Apple's new iPhones have garnered huge interest from Koreans who have pre-ordered the handsets in the tens of thousands, more than three times as many Note 4 pre-orders.
If you use Apple SIM and select AT&T as your carrier, you can no longer change the carrier to something else, effectively ruining the Apple SIM. It is a broad yet unsurprising move from AT&T.
It looks like Apple has a new problem on its hands with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Now, users are reporting that the plastic antenna bands located at the top and bottom are becoming discolored.
It was roughly a month ago that the Internet exploded in regards to the iPhone 6 Plus and 'bendgate'. Now, it looks like people are trying replicate this issue with Apple's iPad Air 2.
The iFixit team is at it again, tearing down those expensive devices so you don't have to. This time around it's the 2014 Mac Mini which was unveiled last week, but how did it fare overall?
Apple CEO Tim Cook took time out to meet the workers on the assembly lines of the iPhone 6 and other devices during his stay in China, ahead of a planned expansion of the workforce at that plant.
A powerful multimedia technology with a built-in media player, QuickTime lets you view Internet video, HD movie trailers, and personal media in a wide range of file formats.
Apple has released iOS 8.1, which is available to download now, and includes various features such as Instant Hotspot, Continuity improvements and support for the company's Apple Pay service.
A new report mentions that the Chinese government is employing phishing attacks against Apple's iCloud and Microsoft's Live services. This comes just days after both companies launched new products.
In a new advert, a very friendly Microsoft sales associate explains why you should purchase a Surface Pro 3 instead of a Mac, whether it's for your daughter or for yourself.
From Windows news and Android 5.0, to a bunch of Apple devices, Surface, Xbox and PS4 updates, stuff on fire, and Bono, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech coverage on Neowin.
Microsoft's personal assistant is improving at an incredible rate. The latest update to Cortana brings new contextual app suggestions, evening glance, flight info and more.
You've probably missed this among all the announcements about how thin the new iPads are, but Apple released a completely unexpected product yesterday: Apple SIM, to be used inside the new tablets.
Twitter is bringing a new type of card to your stream: audio cards. By partnering with SoundCloud and iTunes Twitter now allows you to listen to music and podcasts directly in their app.
Apple today unveiled a updated hardware for their Mac mini range. The new Mac mini's come with Intel Core i5 processors, up to 8GB of memory, Thunderbolt 2 and start from at $499
After numerous rumors and speculation Apple has finally unveiled a new iMac with a Retina display resolution. The updated device drives the screen resolution up to the new market standards.
Alongside its new iPad Air 2, Apple has also announced the latest version of its small tablet, the iPad mini 3, which gets Touch ID for the first time, and will be priced from $399.
Apple has announced that OS X Yosemite - first announced way back in June, and then made available as a public beta in July - is finally being released today as a free update.
Apple took the stage today at its headquarters in Cupertino where it has announced the next iteration of its iPad Air, the Air 2, and it brings with it updated specs including TouchID.
Microsoft has released an updated version of its Skype app for iPhone, with improvements to optimize the UI to display more conversations and messages on the larger iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
Apple has leaked its iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 ahead of its official event. Although there isn't much information, it looks like the upcoming refreshes for both tablets will have a Touch ID sensor.
Bono took the opportunity last night to apologise to fans who were forced to download 'Songs of Innocence' via iTunes following the iPhone 6 reveal in September and admitted to getting carried away
From new Surface tablets and interesting experiments, to new Office, the end of the Icon and some 'inarticulate' comments, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
Apple is positioning its new Watch as a special fashion accessory. The device showed up at Paris Fashion Week and next month it will be featured on the cover and in an editorial of Vogue China.
Over the past week, reports have been emerging from across the world from iPhone 6 owners complaining that the new handset has been pulling their hair out. So... 'Hairgate'. It's a thing, apparently.
With all of the negative press that Apple has received over bending phones, one user is testing the "bendability" of several different phones and found that the new Note 4 isn't very bendable.
Apple has sent out invites for a media event that will take place on October 16th and it is widely expected that the company will talk about new iPads and iMacs are said to be included too.
iOS 8's launch hasn't exactly been Apple's greatest moment with numerous uncharacteristic blunders. And despite a decent start, its adoption rate has now slowed down to a trickle.
From the Tetris movie and Lumia launches, to product problems, the OnePlus Two, low-cost Windows devices, Windows 10, and the Borg, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
OnePlus has posted a video showing the testing process of the OnePlus One, putting it through a series of challenges. One of the challenges includes a "sit test," likely referring to #bendgate.
Apple is getting ready to unveil its new line of iPads at a relatively small event on October 16th. Alongside the new iPads the company is expected to launch OS X Yosemite and the brand new Apple Pay.
In a 17 minute interview with Bloomberg, former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates gives his opinions on Bitcoin, mobile payments, Tim Cook, and that improving Office needs to be one of Nadella's top focuses.
Leading the pack, Pioneer Electronics have released a firmware upgrade to their NEX in-dash multimedia range of car head-units which provides support for Apple's CarPlay, including things like Siri.
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Apple is firing back at folks criticizing them for the whole #bendgate issue. The company has retracted Computer Bild's credentials after the magazine posted a video with a bendy iPhone.
iOS 8 seems to have a few more bugs up its sleeve. This time, users are reporting that using a device's "Reset All Settings" option will result in iCloud documents being (almost) permanently deleted.
Apple has launched bug fixes for the various currently supported versions of Mac OS X to address the recently discovered serious security flaw in Bash, known as "Shellshock"
Apple will soon be publicly accused by the European Commission of taking illegal tax aid via a special deal with the Irish government. The deal ensured Apple was paying less than 2% taxes.
From bendy iPhones and the iOS mess, to Xbox One, Galaxy Notes, the cheapest Windows 8.1 tablet ever and The Fappening (Pt II), we look back at highlights from this week's top news on Neowin.
The recent news about the iPhone 6 Plus "bendgate" issue is all negative hype. At least that's what Consumer Reports are saying after bend testing a number of new smartphones.
Conan O'Brien has officially chimed in on the iPhone 6 Plus "bendgate" issue with the help of Samsung. While the bending issue is real, O'Brien has a proposed solution.
Phones 4u's administrators have advised customers who pre-ordered the iPhone 6 that they will not get a refund, despite earlier assurances from the company that they would get their money back.
While every other manufacturer began pumping out phones with increasingly larger screens in the wake of the Galaxy Note's arrival in 2012, Apple is just jumping in now with the 5.5" iPhone 6 Plus.
Better late than never, Microsoft's Windows Phone platform picks up the important news aggregate app Flipboard and is now available for download.
Thanks to the drama surrounding the iPhone 6 Plus, which some users report is 'bending' under normal conditions, Apple showed off its testing facility that is apparently still running Windows XP.
Apple has spoken up about recent reports that its iPhone 6 Plus has been bending without significant stress, defending the design of the device, and saying that just nine customers have complained.
If you managed to update iOS to 8.0.1 yesterday before Apple pulled the update, and have experienced problems with cellular service or the Touch ID functionality, here's how you can downgrade to iOS 8