Apple's CEO took to Twitter to greet the new acquisition, and both companies have posted messages on their websites.
Amazon and Apple make comic-book fans sad, Yelp lets reviewers add video clips, tablet and smartphone fans let "app rot" set in, and how many tech fans does it take to install a smart bulb? With guests Leah Yamshon and Blake Stimac.
The company acquired services BookLamp and Swell, both of which focus on analyzing and recommending different kinds of content for readers and listeners.
Apple's set-top box now gives users live access to programming from two major U.S. networks, as well as a couple of content providers in specific countries.
The update to the company's professional laptop line brings faster chips to the whole category, and a few more modest changes.
Apple denies it's made a backdoor for spies, one of our panelists brings a 3D TV into his house, the Yosemite public beta arrives, and people seem to dislike their social networks. With guests Philip Michaels and Dan Frakes.
The company's explained the purposes of three diagnostic tools that a security researcher claimed provided 'backdoor' access to users' information.
As we await the opening of OS X Yosemite's public beta program, Dan Moren thinks back to the last time Apple publicly offered a major version of the Mac OS.
The Yosemite public beta marks the first time a major new version of OS X has been available to users before it’s formally released. We've got answers to your questions about the beta program.
Macworld's live coverage of Apple's financial results for the third quarter. How many iPads, iPhones, and Macs did the company sell? How healthy were its profits? We'll have all the details.
A security researcher's claim to have found a 'backdoor' in iOS has raised eyebrows, but Apple says there's a reasonable explanation.
As Apple prepares for its latest quarterly conference call, Dan Moren runs down the list of what to expect in the company's results.
The festival, taking place at London's Roundhouse, will feature Maroon 5, Pharrell Williams, Beck, and more.
Wagner, a founding partner of BlackRock, replaces Intuit Chairman Bill Campbell, the company's longest serving director.
App categories in need of innovation, Airbnb's logo/hobo-sign controversy, Apple and IBM team up, and are Chromebooks a threat? With guests Brad Chacos and Caitlin McGarry.