Apple's flagship iPhone X hit stores in Asia Friday, as the world's most valuable company predicted bumper sales despite the handset's eye-watering price tag and celebrated a surge in profits.
The iPhone X's lush screen, facial-recognition skills and $1,000 price tag are breaking new ground in Apple's marquee product line.
Three years and $12 million were simply not enough time and money to teach the world about the benefits of owning a $1,000 teapot.
With its new iPhone X, Apple is setting the ambitious goal for itself of reinventing the smartphone, again.
Apple is offering a nifty way to unlock its new iPhone X—just stare at it.
Amazon's top-of-the-line e-reader is now waterproof—an excellent feature for a $250-and-up investment.
Apple will let you unlock the iPhone X with your face—a move likely to bring facial recognition to the masses, along with concerns over how the technology may be used for nefarious purposes.
A Japanese firm has created what it claims is a world-first "noise-cancelling" fork to mask the sound made by slurping down noodles, dubbed "noodle harassment" on social media.
Regular medical check-ups from your doctor could be soon replaced by visits to the bathroom, thanks to the smart toilets, designed by Science Walden design team at UNIST.
If you're in laid-back Honolulu, be advised that from Wednesday crossing the street with your nose in a smartphone can cost you up to $35.