Join Andy Ihnatko, Adam Engst, John Moltz, Dan Moren, and guest host Jason Snell as the pundits vie for points.
When it comes to holiday tunes, Jason Snell favors songs with a strong geek streak. Here are ten of his favorites (plus one that everyone, nerd or not, should have).
Jason Snell and Michael Gartenberg discuss Apple, Google, and the rest of the year that was in mobile tech.
Carcassone is a board game from Europe that's now an iOS app. And it's great.
Is the Mac OS is going to become more like iOS (and vice versa)? Yes, perhaps, but it's not time for a panic attack.
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, Jon Seff, and Dan Frakes discuss the topic of the day -- iOS 4.2's release.
On Monday, Apple released iOS 4.2, bringing features such as multitasking and unified inboxes to iPads, and adding AirPlay and AirPrint functionality to other supported iOS devices.
Apple has made Find My iPhone, a remote security feature of its $99 MobileMe subscription service, free for all users of iOS 4.2.
Apple will release an Apple TV 4.1 software update on Monday, enabling AirPlay as well as VoiceOver accessibility.
iWork 1.3 upgrades add support for iOS 4.2 multitasking, printing via AirPrint, as well as numerous other fixes and additions.
Jason Snell spend the weekend with an Apple TV running the new AirPlay-compatible software. Here's his hands-on report on how this new video-sharing technology works.
If you're seeing this article on our web site, my apologies. You shouldn't be.
Apple's new MacBook Air models have topped the Consumer Reports ratings for 11- and 13-inch laptops, joining their 15- and 17-inch Apple brethren in dominating the CR charts.
If you're a fan of a content stream not supported by Apple -- Major League Baseball and Hulu Plus come to mind -- you'll find that Roku’s broader selection of third-party content is a major advantage.
Is Kinect racist? Is the iPhone losing market share? Is Hulu Plus still invite-only? Was there ever an iPhoto 9.0? The answer to all these questions, friends, is a resounding "no."