This $169 add-on won't be everyone's cup of tea.
In which Jason Snell discovers that sometimes the Internet of Things isn't as good as...regular things.
What's in a name? For Apple, maybe something a little different than we're used to.
iPad fans and iPad haters have one thing in common: They aren't buying a whole lot of iPads at the moment.
Development of Twitter's Mac app has stalled, and maybe Twitter should call someone who cares.
The hardware is nice, but Jason Snell argues that the platform is just getting warmed up.
Split View has major potential, but also a few kinks to work out. Jason Snell explains.
Apple posted record Q3 revenue driven by huge growth in China.
The iPod touch caught up with the iPhone 6, specs-wise, but still keeps the smaller 4-inch Retina Display of the iPhone 5c. Hmmm.
Jason Snell joins Glenn and Susie to discuss the things we love in the OS X and iOS betas.
Apple is releasing the first public beta of OS X 10.11, El Capitan. Jason Snell takes us on a tour.
When everything is connected with software and services, consumers can get boxed in by what works with what.
Bug fixes are too a feature!
Glenn is joined by Jason Snell of Six Colors, and Tom Standage of the Economist to unpack what Apple's push into the news business means for publishers and readers alike.
Apple's current Notes and Maps apps aren't as good as their competitors, yet they're used far more. Why? Because they're there.