The top new apps of the week include games, social networking, productivity, and goat-simulating offerings. You read that right.
The New York Times has made a startling discovery. From 2009.
The tool will help prospective buyers of used iPhones and iPads to determine if the devices were lost or stolen
Lark tracks your sleeping and fitness activity, and engages in quick conversations with you to keep you on track with your daily goals.
Pair your Mac with NAS to save time and reduce stress through easier downloads, improved organization, smoother backups, and more.
Apple's home-baked browser gets some nice little touches to let you search smarter and speed up entering passwords, form fields, and credit card numbers.
No mainstream new cars have CarPlay yet (the Ferrari doesn't count), so it's a small, sweet victory that older cars can get it now if they have or install one of these systems.
Ive recalls meeting Steve Jobs for the first time and gushes over Apple Watch.
Great home theater is about more than just the biggest, smartest TV and the most sophisticated sound system.
A gold iPad Air with Touch ID is reportedly on its way this month, but you might have to wait for an oversized tablet.
App shortcuts and better fitness tracking make Pebble a solid smartwatch on the cheap
IK Multimedia has unveiled iRig Pads — the perfect tool for DJs wanting to make live or recorded music. Plus: New ways to protect your iPhone and type on your iPad.
In the latest Apple TV update Beats Music graced the home screen. Chris Breen takes you on a tour.
Family Sharing and Beats Music are nice and all, but Apple needs to go a lot further to make Apple TV as easy to use as Roku and Fire TV.
Apple's home-baked browser gets some nice little touches to let you search smarter and speed up entering passwords, form fields, and credit card...