This documentary about the app revolution kicked off by the release of the iPhone App Store in 2008 looks to be a winner, and it's just launched a Kickstarter campaign. The trailer features people such as John Gruber, Craig Hockenberry, Adam Lisagor, Jessie Char, and our own Jason Snell.
Apple said Friday that it will cease development of its professional image tool Aperture and transition users to the new Photos app in 2015.
While the new version of Spotlight in OS X Yosemite replicates many of the features of launcher apps like LaunchBar and Alfred, it isn't likely to replace them for power-users.
Notification Center gets some major updates in OS X Yosemite. Here's a hands-on look at what's coming.
An in-depth, hands-on look at the design changes in OS X Yosemite.
What was most notable about Monday's WWDC announcements was that the developer tools, and not the main operating-system features, were the biggest news.
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and Serenity Caldwell will be live in San Francisco for Apple's 2014 developer's conference keynote.
It's like Johnny Cab without the guy! Google's ride is here, and it's a cute little car. Plus we talk about Samsung's Simband, what an Apple entry into the home-automation market might mean, and Facebook's latest attempt to cut back on the oversharing. With guests Jason Cross and Leah Yamshon.
The acquisition of Beats is only the latest example of how Tim Cook has transformed Apple into more than the House that Steve Built, says Jason Snell.
Getting ready for Apple's developer conference, Microsoft unveils Surface Pro 3, eBay gives away all its passwords to hackers, and the proper role of photo-sharing apps. We've got it all covered, with guests Serenity Caldwell and Brad Chacos.
We bash at tablet skepticism, puzzle out Apple's potential purchase of Beats, discuss LG's new heart-rate headphones, and wonder about the role super-cheap smartphones can play. With guests Jon Phillips and Blake Stimac.
It was supposed to be a one-stop shop for iOS publications. But Newsstand hasn't turned out to be much good for readers or publishers.