We’re fans of the Activity Sharing feature on the Apple Watch, which lets you keep track of how much exercise you’re getting compared to your pals. But if you’re tired of seeing “Jack finished a workout!” 35 times a week, we’re here for you. We’ve got the details on how to turn off those notifications for all of your friends or for one person at a time.
iOS 9.3 includes a new feature called Night Shift, which automatically reduces the color temperature of your iPhone or iPad screen as it gets dark, reducing eye strain and possibly helping you sleep. Here’s how to enable Night Shift and some warnings about when you may want to pass on this new feature.
With increasing awareness of the dangers of excessive sitting, Apple Watch will remind you every hour to take a break, stand up, and walk around. But such reminders aren’t always accurate or appropriate for every user. Here’s a quick tip on how to turn off Apple Watch stand reminders.
The iPhone Medical ID, introduced in the Health app as part of iOS 8, can provide critical health and emergency contact information that could save your life in the event of an emergency. Here’s how to set it up, along with some important privacy considerations you’ll need to think about before you do.
Apple has long reminded us that the company wants to “change the world,” and while many of its products have indeed had profound impacts on the way we live, work, and play, perhaps none have been as important as what Apple announced today during its “Spring Forward” event. No, I’m not talking about the Apple Watch. I’m talking about ResearchKit.
The cool, blue light from your computer screen could be straining your eyes and disrupting your normal sleep patterns. Prevent these maladies with f.lux, a free app that automatically adjusts your screen’s color temperature, making it warmer at night, and cooler during the day.
The impending era of self-driving cars may make the roads so safe that the medical industry may run short on organ donations normally provided by the victims of automobile accidents, and the solution may arise thanks to another futuristic technology: 3D printing.
Have you ever spent a significant amount of time hunched over a tablet at your desk, or leaning to one side to check a smartphone? If so, you’ve probably noticed some back pain due to improper posture and support, and high-end office furniture firm Steelcase wants to help. The company has just announced the Gesture chair, a new product that aims to accommodate the non-traditional postures encouraged by the use of mobile devices like tablets, smartphones, and laptops. These postures are not…