So yeah, never mind about those iPhone 6 images which "leaked" onto the internet this week -- turns out they were indeed bogus, and frankly, we're glad to hear it since our iPhone 5s is still quite spry and not ready to be put out to pasture quite yet. We are, however, ready to sign off for the three-day weekend to celebrate some dead Presidents, so look for our usual weekend recap on Tuesday next week!
Owners of the Automatic dongle, which plugs into an automobile's data port and connects the vehicle to a smartphone, just got an update to future-proof the device, even if it won't do much for them today.
Late last month, Western Digital issued a warning to registered owners of its external hard drive products about potential data loss with OS X Mavericks -- an issue the company now appears to have corrected.
If you were waiting in line Thursday for a PlayStation 4, you might have missed the trio of iOS updates Apple pushed out, including a fix for failed FaceTime calls and even some love for the fourth-generation iPod touch.
On the heels of minor updates to iTunes and GarageBand for Mac earlier this week, Apple has relieved the suffering of millions of Gmail users running OS X Mavericks with a separate update specific to Mail.app.
Well here's a nice surprise to round out the week: OS X Mavericks 10.9 has now hit gold master status, which means a formal release could hit the Mac App Store whenever Cupertino decides to pull the trigger.
Amazon isn't the only company releasing new hardware today: Roku has just refreshed its existing streaming boxes with new capabilities, while favoring a little-known content store for movie and TV show purchases and rentals.
BlackBerry wasn't the only company yanking software over the weekend: The Apple TV 6.0 update released last Friday was apparently causing bricked devices, but it's back now and… well, same as ever, aside from the bricking.
There were plenty of other things rumored alongside the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c for Tuesday, but at least one of them -- a software update for the Apple TV -- is said to still be in the cards for next week.
Following a quick recap of Apple's seventh annual iTunes Festival and updates on the company's retail expansion, company executives moved on to discuss the operating system everyone is waiting for, iOS 7.