In just a few short hours, iPhone 6 owners will be able to download iOS 8.1 and start using Apple Pay at retail stores — but before you head out to the store, there are a few limitations you should be aware of, as outlined in our Monday Morning Report. We've also got some bummer news about upgrading RAM in the new Mac mini (spoiler: you can't), and a unique solution for making eye contact while chatting on an iPad. Click ahead to read more!
Could a new day be dawning at Apple? Judging from a pair of recent reports, the Cupertino company is looking to put on a friendlier face, both in public relations and with former retail partners like Costco.
If you still happen to be rockin' an iPhone 4S, want to jump ship from Apple's camp to Windows Phone and live near a Microsoft Store, this could be your lucky day to trade in that old device for Nokia's best.
If you happened to shop for a new iPad at a Target store over the last three weeks, you may want to check your credit card statements -- the retailer has just confirmed nearly 40 million credit and debit cards may be part of a new security breach.
Apple's latest iPad Air has only been in stores for a week, but apparently that's long enough for one such device to cause chaos in a retail store -- but this time it's not over constrained inventory at launch.
Did you know there were still 300 Blockbuster stores across the United States? At least there will be until the end of the year, when owner Dish Network shutters its domestic retail and DVD by mail operations.
Grabbed a new iPad Air over the weekend and now unsure what to do with your old model? Target and NextWorth are offering a pretty good deal through Saturday that could put at least $200 in your pocket.
Apple's recent gold iPhone 5s partnership with British luxury brand Burberry must have been quite the success, because Cupertino has now managed to hire away the company's CEO for its own retail efforts.