During the iPhone’s first 15 years, its keyboard software has evolved, but it still sometimes flubs your lines. Here’s how it works and what you can do about it.
Personal Technology: Joanna Stern
Amazon’s first roving at-home helper promises to deliver you a drink, guard your home and entertain you. Here’s what it was like to live with it for two weeks.
A new setting lets you view your Instagram feed in the order photos were actually posted, but Meta will still push you back to its algorithms when it can.
The sharp new monitor makes a good case for people who are all in on Macs, but the screen doesn’t stand out against competitors and the webcam is bad.
Apple’s latest iPhone software update also offers new emojis, some enhanced AirTag antistalking warnings and more.
Not interested in paying $700 or more for a big iPhone with Face ID and a bunch of cameras? The new $429 SE, arriving March 18, is a great option.
The headset formerly known as the Oculus Quest 2 still has its flaws. Here’s how to fix some of them—and what they tell us about the future of VR.
Proposed privacy features for Google’s mobile OS and browser aren’t due for a year or more. Here’s what’s taking so long, and what you can do in the meantime.
CEO Ryan Roslansky lays out some new features on the way for the professional networking site, including a no-politics button.
At-home Covid-19 test systems from two tech startups—the Cue Health Monitoring system and the Detect Covid-19 Test—are put through their paces to the answer the question, “Is a Keurig-like home testing device with lab-like results worth the steep cost?”
As AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon prepare to turn off their 3G wireless networks starting next month, look back on all 3G made possible—a working mobile web, location-based apps, and photo and video sharing.
A new Legacy Contact setting in iOS 15.2 lets you specify who can access your Apple iCloud information after you die. Here’s how to set it up.
If you wince when you hear the term “nonfungible token,” fear not. We created an NFT to help explain this whole crypto revolution in a clear, easy-to-understand way.
WSJ's Joanna Stern put on a headset to live in the virtual world for 24 hours and shares what she learned.
Apple’s move of the MacBook Pro from Intel chips to its very own M1 Pro and M1 Max processors wowed me in testing, and the return of full-size ports and real function keys make this laptop a pleasure to use.
The latest Pixel smartphones have colorful designs, cool camera tricks and powerful Google-designed processors. But how many will buy one instead of a Samsung Galaxy phone or Apple iPhone?
More ports, a return of MagSafe chargers and no more Touch Bar. Apple’s first MacBook Pro redesign in five years reverses course on some problematic design choices.
Default settings on Facebook, Instagram and other social-media apps keep you hooked on your feeds and sharing your personal data. A few changes could mean the difference between an addictive social-media experience and a healthy one.
The newest Windows operating system got a nice makeover, but we’re still waiting for Android-app compatibility and other game-changing features. Plus, your PC might not even be eligible for the update.
When the three pillars of Facebook crumbled, some users screamed “Hallelujah!” Others realized how much of their social and personal connections rely on a big company’s servers.