Hands On With The World's First HUD Motorcycle Helmet

With a 180° rearview camera, Bluetooth and futuristic styling, Skully Helmets is bringing a fighter pilot-style Heads Up Display to your everyday motorcycle ride. We're the first publication to experience Skully in the real world. » 7/23/14 4:40am Yesterday 4:40am

Lifehacker Pack for Android: Our List of the Essential Android Apps

In just a few short years, Android has grown from a small project within Google to the most prolific mobile operating system on the planet. The app ecosystem has grown right along with it. In our annual Lifehacker Pack for Android, we chose the best, most useful, and most essential apps you could ever need on your… » 7/17/14 4:43am 7/17/14 4:43am

A Computer Program Has Passed the Turing Test For the First Time

This is big. A computer program has successfully managed to fool a bunch of researchers into thinking that it was a 13-year-old boy named Eugene Goostman. In doing so, it has become the first in the world to have successfully passed the Turing Test. » 6/09/14 12:09pm 6/09/14 12:09pm

WWDC 2014 Roundup: Everything Apple Announced Today

Today's keynote marked day one of Apple's giant developer love fest, and while we didn't actually get any new hardware, Tim Cook and co. tossed a whole mess of long-awaited goodies to their legion of loyal followers. So in case you didn't happen to spend the afternoon glued to your screen, these are the best and… » 6/03/14 1:40am 6/03/14 1:40am

The Future of Apple Design Is Hidden Inside OS X Yosemite

Today at WWDC, Apple gave OS X a design overhaul that's just as huge as its namesake. Yosemite is bright, sharp, and flat as hell. But while OS X now looks more like iOS, iOS and OS X are also more alike than ever. Apple is finally—finally—establishing a consistent design language across its platforms. » 6/03/14 1:39am 6/03/14 1:39am

Sorry, But Your iPhone 4 Just Became Obsolete

At Monday's WWDC keynote, Apple announced a flurry of fun new features. With OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, your Mac and iPhone are closer than ever, opening the door to the Future of Computing. Too bad iPhone 4 users won't get to enjoy any of it—and neither will anyone with an even older phone. » 6/03/14 1:38am 6/03/14 1:38am

iOS 8 Finally Lets You Install Any Damn Keyboard You Want

Many prayers were answered on Monday, when Apple announced that iOS 8 would support third party keyboards. That means you folks complaining that Swype doesn't work on iPhone, don't need to complain anymore. This, in addition to the new native keyboard functionality means that typing on iOS device just got a lot better. » 6/03/14 1:38am 6/03/14 1:38am

​OS X Yosemite: Everything You Need to Know About the Big Redesign

Apple's follow up to OS X 10.9 Mavericks, will be OS X Yosemite, following with the theme of naming OS versions after impressive California landmarks. Last year's WWDC was all about giving iOS an overhaul. This year's star will be Apple's desktop operating system. Here's what you need to know. » 6/03/14 1:36am 6/03/14 1:36am

Our WWDC 2014 Liveblog Starts Right Here, Right Now

It's that time of year again! Later today at WWDC 2014, Apple's going to trot out its latest and greatest offerings developments for all the world to see. iOS 8! OS X 10.10! And very possibly a plan to take over your home in a way that should totally not freak you out. We'll be covering it all as it unfolds, right… » 6/02/14 5:31am 6/02/14 5:31am