A reviewer accidentally purchased an Xbox One due to Amazon's Apple Watch app and large fingers. The $350 Xbox was bought using "One Click Buy" and includes Assassin's Creed Unity.
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From PiPO boxes and Xbox updates, to Google-as-a-carrier, Microsoft money, OnePlus invites, Windows flagships and what happens when fanboys fight, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
The Apple Watch seems to be the next big thing, and a whole slew of apps are falling in line to provide support for the device - this time, another one from Microsoft: Skype for iPhone.
Apple has published the number of charge cycles the Watch's battery can endue, and the answer - 1,000 complete cycles - means that the device will last around 2.5 years before needing a replacement.
iFixit has long established a tradition of tearing down newly released devices. The Apple Watch is no exception, as the team has posted an in-depth teardown of Apple's first wearable.
Google and Apple aren't exactly the best of friends, but a discovery on Google Maps - showing the Android mascot emptying its bladder onto the Apple logo - has still managed to raise a few eyebrows.
The Apple Watch Sport with its proprietary Ion-X glass gets tested in a new scratch-test video. The Apple Watch Sport endures a variety of punishment, but can it handle the abuse?
With only a few days left until the release of the Apple Watch, screenshots are being made available of various apps for the device. Today, we get our first glimpse of gaming on the Apple Watch.
A new tool allows anybody to check out screenshots from the Apple Watch of various apps, including Clear, Twitter, Yahoo Weather and Shazam, showing how developers are working with the platform.
At San Francisco's RSA conference, mobile security firm Skycure has revealed an iOS vulnerability to malformed SSL certificates that can throw an iPhone or iPad into a perpetual boot loop.
Apple's newest product has a high-end 'Edition' variant that costs $10,000 and up. According to a report, returning this model requires various tests and sign-off from at least two employees.
The iPhone is the terrorists' number one device when it comes to evading the law and creating chaos - or how fear-mongering officials are trying to scare your basic human right to privacy away.
You might be in for a bit of a surprise if you plan on "cold booting" your Apple Watch. The watch has been tested on display units, which seems to take over a minute to boot.
Police were called to an apartment complex in Tulsa after two roommates ended up stabbing each other while arguing over which is the better phone: an iPhone or Samsung's new Galaxy S6.
OneDrive for iOS has received a minor update which allows users to search for text within PDFs. The functionality of printing PDFs directly from iPhone or iPad has also been introduced.
From Bing's rise and Spartan segues, to Cyanogen's Office hook-up, Chrome's XP extension, bricked Lumias, British Bands and Candy Crush calamity, it's our regular round-up of the week's top tech news.
Apple is planning to introduce Apple Pay to Canada this fall. They are already in talk with six big banks of Canada to start the service as soon as possible.
Starting next week, Apple will be hosting a workshop to help new users of the Apple Watch learn about the new features of the device and how to navigate the new interface too.
Apple's Head of Retail, Angela Ahrendts, has told staff that the Apple Watch is unlikely to be available to buy in-store until June, but future products will have the usual 'blockbuster launches'.
It looks like the rumored "iPad Pro" could support dual charging ports according to a new case leak. The images show cut outs for two charging ports in different areas of the larger tablet.
Microsoft has released a significant update for the preview version of Office 2016 for Mac, which brings some critical bug fixes, performance improvements and a few additional features.
Apple's WWDC has been announced and is starting on June 8th. Alongside this is announcement, Apple said selfie sticks and monopods will not be welcome at WWDC due to them blocking everyone's view.
Sometimes owning the latest and greatest isn't always the best option. A new company is taking the sting out of your wallet by allowing its clients to lease an Apple Watch for less than $50 a month.
Apple has announced that it will hold its annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco from June 8 to 12, and devs can now apply for the chance to buy tickets for the event priced at $1,599.
Apple has released the first beta of iOS 8.4, which includes the first preview of its all-new Music app, introducing various features and UI enhancements, including a split-screen view on iPad.
One of the caveats of owning a current smartwatch is the battery life. Luckily, wiPowerBand has created a band that will give your Apple Watch some extra power, extending the battery by a day.
Research firm Slice Intelligence has analysed the email receipts of almost 10,000 shoppers concluding that Apple saw pre-orders of almost 1 million Apple Watches on April 10th.
Comscore's monthly stats are in, showing slight gains for the market share of Windows Phone and Android and dips for Apple and BlackBerry in the USA during the 3 month period ending February 2015.
The Apple Watch became available for pre-order on April 10th and some of those who managed to snag a Watch are putting the pre-order on eBay - for far more than they're worth.
From bendy Galaxys and a galaxy far, far away, to Lumia launches, language barriers, the rise of Redstone and the death of a Windows flagship, it's our weekly round-up of the week's top tech news.
Apple's latest product has just become available for pre-order but shipping times are slipping back months for the high-end Edition models. To avoid that, here are the physical stores that sell them.
Seven months after being announced, the Apple Watch is finally available to pre-order - but depending on which version you want, you may have to wait months before delivery.
Apple will open pre-orders for its new Watch starting today - and what better way to celebrate the occasion than by watching a video of someone drilling into the sapphire crystal face of the device?
iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it's an entertainment superstore that stays open 24/7.
popSLATE has unveiled their new iPhone 6 case that not only protects the phone, but also has a secondary e-ink display. popSLATE launched a similar product in 2014 for the iPhone 5.
The Apple Watch is about to go up for pre-order in several markets around the world and today we've learned that some models of the Apple Watch won't ship until May - several weeks after launch.
Popcorn Time has finally arrived on iOS devices. Although not an official release via the Apple App Store, it does still offer a streaming solution that can be loaded without jailbreaking.
A leaked Apple memo indicates "a significant change in mindset" for the company, which will now encourage customers to order its new products online, rather than queuing at its stores.
Leaked images from the Daily Mail's offices in New York shows an Apple Watch and various band options in their packaging, giving us a first look at the box that the device will come in.
You can currently pre-order Star Wars: The Digital Collection on leading digital stores. The collection includes deleted scenes, behind-the-scene extras and special features.
Seven months after it was first announced, the Apple Watch will finally go on sale this week, with prices starting at $349, rising to $17,000 for the 18-karat gold Edition. Are you planning to buy it?
A couple of days ago, a surprising video released by a firm revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bent as easily as the iPhone 6 Plus. Samsung has now released its official statement on the matter.
LG Displays has published a report on 8K displays that includes a reference to the "iMac 8K," an unannounced product that LG claims is going to be released later this year.
With the pre-order date for the Apple Watch coming next week, Apple has released a set of videos that will help consumers understand the functionality of Apple's first wearable.
While Apple Pay is still in its early stages as a new payment service, a study has revealed that issues regarding the service is downgrading the potential of it to become widely used.
The upcoming Apple Watch won't be posing a threat to watches in Switzerland till the end of the year as a patent dispute has reportedly prohibited Apple from launching the device.
From open Windows and bendy Galaxys, to a serving of Spartan, a bit more Lollipop, lots more Ones, WhatsApp chat and the OS that still won't die, it's our regular round-up of the week's top tech news.
According to the latest, partially trustworthy, rumors Apple will introduce the Force Touch feature, first launched on the Watch, to the next generation of iPhones using new technology.
According to the latest reports, Samsung has signed a deal to supply the chips for the company's next iPhone model. If true, Samsung will have reforged its partnership with Apple which it had lost.
Although Apple unveiled that it would be the first to carry HBO on Apple TV, it looks like Sling TV will also carry the service, just in time for the new season of "Game of Thrones".