This week's roundup of iOS accessories is chock full of Bluetooth-enabled wireless speaker systems. We've even got one that you can take in the shower with you.
Thread Contact is a nicely designed contact management app, but its features are sparse when compared to similar apps.
This week's roundup of new and updated apps for the iPhone includes better ways to communicate with your co-workers, make your own animated short films, or take in Wimbledon.
When Apple's Lightning connector debuted, there was a dearth of available accessories. That's clearly no longer the case.
This week's roundup of Mac accessories includes a Blu-ray player for your Mac and several items to protect your laptop from dirt, grime, and drops.
If all you want to do is list the occasional “remember this” item, Fetchnotes will do. But if you want to organize or share your notes, the app’s features fall short.
The Sprint subsidiary won't sell the handsets with subsidies, but the company's monthly plans are pretty reasonable.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps includes a couple of great new options for sharing your favorite photos; we've also got music, productivity, and education apps in store.
This week's roundup of accessories includes a new, fashionable way to keep your iOS screen clean, as well as ways to listen to (and make!) music and to power up your iPhone or iPad.
Sure, the green felt background of the Game Center could be cheesy. But skeuomorphism didn't stop Apple from making the iPhone and iPad into powerhouses.
Or don't. There are other comic heroes to choose instead, or you can use your iOS device to get in shape or listen to music.
The next major version of iOS will allow Bluetooth accessories to use Notification Center and make it easier to run Bluetooth-enabled apps in the background.
CEO Tim Cook said developers show why the iOS platform has generated more downloads—and more money for app developers—than competing mobile platforms.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps offers better ways to board your airplane, get a laugh, share short videos, and watch TV. Read on!
Any.DO has been a popular to-do app for users of iOS and Chrome. Now the company says it plans an array of "life-management" apps.