Continuing a spate of purchases over recent months, Apple has acquired Burstly and its TestFlight platform, a beta testing service for iOS developers.
Plus, a rumored Amazon set-top box may soon arrive, and more countries get access to Apple's two-step authentication.
Also, how one scammer got catapulted a game to the top of the App Store charts, and the latest images of Apple's new campus.
The music concert will take place in Austin at the SXSW conference in March. Plus, why Apple's advertising network has never really taken off, and the company's smartphone gains in China.
Dan Moren and Chris Breen talk the news of the week including Stupid Apple Rumors (Tesla Edition), terrible trolls, iPad and Office meetings, and bad news for the makers of Flappy Jacks.
Fans of fantasy, intrigue, and board games have hit the trifecta with the excellent iOS adaptation of Wizards of the Coast's board game.
In its 2014 Supplier Responsibility Report, Apple says it's improved working conditions among its suppliers and has established conflict-free smelters for one of the materials it uses.
When something dies on our Mac, we take it to the Genius Bar. But what if you feel like getting your hands a little dirty?
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and guest Greg Knauss talk about Greg's romance-themed iPhone app, the shocking revelation that Apple will release new products, iPhone games Flappy Bird and Threes, tech words we hate, and staying organized.
Plus, Carl Icahn lays off the 'share repurchase' horn, and more excerpts from Tim Cook's interview with the Wall Street Journal.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Tim Cook said once again that Apple is working on new product categories.
The Apple TV has oh-so-many icons on its screen these days. Dan Moren shows you how to rearrange them and hide the ones you don't want to see.
If you don't want all the extra bells and whistles of iPhoto and Aperture, MyPhotostream will let you just view the photos in your Photo Stream.
The Mac turns 30 -- can it survive to 40? The iPod's sales figure suggest an iconic product that's about to pass into the great beyond. And Google's purchase of Nest brings up lots of questions about what Google's really up to.