Caitlin and Leah got to try on everything, including their beloved rose gold Apple Watch Edition, and share their (quite different) experiences. Susie and Glenn just wanted to buy a MacBook on "ship" day, hrrmph.
The Apple Watch Edition try-on appointment is just like a regular Watch/Watch Sport appointment, but with more moolah strapped to your wrist.
This major Yosemite update ushers in the highly anticipated Photos app, a new "look up" panel with Spotlight suggestions, more than 300 new emoji, and more.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Leah Yamshon and Jeff Carlson to discuss the latest (and Apple-approved) biography of Apple's founder, Becoming Steve Jobs.
Brands can post just to their Pages but not to News Feed, and target their videos to users based on gender, age, and location—but only if they use Facebook's newly updated Video API.
The documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine pulls no punches, but the director says he didn't set out to make a negative film.
Paul talked Snapchat, privacy, and net neutrality during his tech-centric interview, that was definitely not part of a pre-election ramp up (wink wink).
At a SXSW session, Biz Stone explains why Jelly failed and how its demise made room for his next app, Super.
Do you like the aluminum look? Do you want your Watch band to match your Watch case? Do you have $10,000? These are just a few things to consider when selecting your first Apple Watch.
iOS 8.2 lets you explore the Apple Watch app before the Apple Watch is even available, and even includes a number of big fixes and Health app improvements.
Zuru analyzes your notes and turns them into a slide-based presentation on Haiku Deck’s platform, so you'll never have to use PowerPoint again.
Vurb pulls in info from your other apps, so you can stop manically switching back and forth between apps to find what you want.
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If your Camera Roll is a hot mess, try using a photo organizing app (or two... or three) to help you weed out the bad seeds.
Paper's extra art tools used to cost $1 a piece through in-app purchases, but now they all come with the app.