In this week's wrap-up, a Chicago high school will play host to Apple. Maybe it's an education event? Meanwhile, Microsoft's built a new team that's all about cloud gaming.
Apple sent out invites to a rare off-campus event at a Chicago high school later this month.
Commentary: In a new iPhone X ad, Cupertino shows what would happen if your face unlocked more than your phone. It would be complete chaos, of course.
Whether you're watching a game in a crowded bar or you want to enjoy private listening in your own home, Tunity streams audio from live TV directly to your phone.
You may have noticed a new icon has shown up in the iMessage app drawer. Here's some fun things you can do with it.
Commentary: At an investment conference, Fitbit CFO Bill Zerella appears to suggest that the world's best-selling wearable is a niche product.
Commentary: We could see new iPads, coding initiatives -- and maybe a few surprises.
The Apple co-founder's application for an unspecified position goes at auction for three times its estimated value.
Education is the focus. Will it also be iPads?
A preview of Google Lens, which lets you use your phone's camera to search for info, will be available in the Google Photos app for iOS this week.
Are two lenses better than one? We put the iPhone X and Pixel 2 side by side to compare the camera quality.
The company, facing backlash over children's phone addiction, is trying to make it easier for parents to know what control features are already available.