Apple used to have a clear advantage in the tablet market. Now this iPad lover has to decide whether to stick with the familiar iPad mini, or shift to the Nexus 7.
This week's roundup of iOS apps includes a focus on "body positivity," healthy eating, and some new new twists on classic games.
The Horizon calendar app for the iPhone offers a little something extra, and it’s a beauty: The weather.
CBS has finally released an app featuring its prime-time programming--at the same time that Nielsen begins measuring online viewing as part of its ratings numbers.
At long last, there’s a steady stream of Lightning-connector accessories for the latest generation of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. That and more in this week's roundup of new iOS accessories.
Our latest roundup of new gear for your Mac includes new ways of giving your computer an old-school look, an old-school sound, and protection while you're on the road.
The recent launch of Real Racing 3 has spawned a discussion on the use of micropayments in games. Is it a fad or the future we're destined for?
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps features old movies repurposed as new games, as well as a few offerings to make you more productive.
It's a double-sized, doubly good edition of our iOS-accessories roundup! This week, we've got new ways to hear music, new ways to mount your iPad, and plenty of new ways to power up.
This week's selection of new-and-improved apps includes offerings that give you a closer look at nature--as well as an ability to document your own travels around the world.
Apple's education service, which allows downloads of material from almost 2500 schools, has finally topped 1 billion downloads.
This week's roundup of iOS apps includes American comedy, Swedish mystery, and a behind-the-scenes look at the Oscars.
This week's roundup of the latest iOS accessories features ways to power your phone, ways to use it as a spotlight, and, of course, new ways to make sweet, sweet music.
Version 2.0 of the audiobook-playing app adds a native iPad interface and other upgrades, including revamped navigation that the company says makes it easier to control navigation of a book while the user is on the go.
Amazon has been awarded a patent to create a used marketplace for ebooks, music, videos, and other digital media. Is it an attempt to further corner the ebook market? Or could it lead to a flowering of information?