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Apple may be using its patent embiggening ray on displays, the Apple Store app may soon offer you free stuff (not hardware, sorry), and the Apple hacking story of the week gets a little bit odder.
Apple is due to announce its financial results for the third quarter of 2013 on Tuesday. Expect lots of questions, but not necessarily a lot of answers.
Why pick up one mapping-related company when you can pick up two? In addition to its recent purchase of Locationary, Apple has also picked up public-transit app makers HopStop.
Apple debates how to give your iPhone the finger(print), Google Maps goes on a destructive rampage, and development of the fabled iWatch may hinge upon an all-star cast.
VLC, the multiplatform video player that was removed from the App Store for licensing conflicts, has returned with a new lease on life.
Apple has picked up Locationary, a Toronto-based startup that focuses on providing up-to-date information about local businesses.
Apple on Tuesday kicked off its annual Back to School promotion, offering $100 gift cards with the purchase of a Mac, and $50 gift cards with the purchase of an iPad or, for the first time, an iPhone.
In this week's episode of the Macworld podcast, Dan Moren and Lex Friedman discuss the three big Apple stories of the week.
Google's revamped its Chrome browser on iOS, adding the ability to open links in other installed Google apps, and will soon roll out data compression for faster page loading and bandwidth reduction.
If you've been waiting to use the Google Maps app on your iPad, that wait is now over. The update also brings improved discoverability and navigation features, like indoor maps, an Explore feature, and bicycling directions.
Malware gets nasty about your surfing habits, Apple may want its own answer to Kinect, and the sounds of endangered species are the new hot sounds to listen to on your iPod.
Users want to skip ads; TV networks don't want them to. Dan Moren thinks Apple's latest reported proposition tries to bridge the divide by offering both sides something they want.
Apple's no longer content to just watch--haha--the smart-timepiece industry. Elsewhere, the Jobs movie gets a blink-and-you'll-miss-it trailer and Cupertino polls its employees on how to sell more iPhones.