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Marco Tabini is based in Toronto, Canada, where he focuses on software development for mobile devices and for the Web.

Google Wallet client lands on iOS, missing a key feature

Google's Wallet service has arrived on iOS with a native app that is well-designed, but ultimately only mildly useful.

Reeder 2 review: Popular RSS reader gets a fresh coat of iOS 7-friendly paint

After the RSS mess caused by Google Reader's death, Silvio Rizzi's popular RSS-feed reader is back with a new iOS 7-friendly look and the same, time-tested user interface. Though it needs some minor tweaks to reach the same level of polish as its predecessor.

Amazon Instant Video for iOS adds AirPlay support, IMDB integration

Watching movies and TV shows just got a little easier thanks to an update that brings Amazon's video streaming service one step closer to your living room.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Three and counting

The release of a new Apple handset is always followed by a flood of new cases, and with two brand-new iPhones on the way, this time around we've got twice as many new-case announcements to sift through. Here's our third roundup of iPhone cases this week...and we suspect things won't settle down for a while.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Keep 'em coming

With the new iPhone 5s and 5c on the way, cases for the new phones are pouring in from all sides of the globe. We've got all the latest info in our second roundup of the week.

Why better Mac battery life is a big deal for Apple

Mavericks, the tenth OS X release, focuses heavily on longer battery life, as does the new MacBook Air. Here's why improving the power usage of the next generation of computers is a big deal for Apple and for consumers.

How Apple stretched its wings with the iPhone 5s hardware design

Evolutionary or not, there's a lot more going on behind the screen of an iPhone 5s than just a faster processor.

The Week in iPhone Cases: 5c for color, 5s for speed?

The wait is finally over, as new iPhone models have been announced. And right on cue, case vendors have announced a slew of new protective accessories. Welcome to a special edition of our weekly iPhone-case roundup.

iPhone 5s will let you use your fingerprints for easier security

Forget your passwords: a fingerprint scanner is coming to the iPhone 5s.

Apple to make iWork, iLife apps free to new iOS customers

Apple is mixing business with pleasure, and turning them into a great gift for buyers of its new mobile hardware.

Claquette review: Mac app makes it easy to be a video star

Claquette is a great app for making screencasts or videos in front of your Mac.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Anticipation

A new iPhone is reportedly less than a week away, which means we'll be seeing an avalanche of new cases Very Soon Now. In the meantime, however, we’re not sitting idle; this week’s iPhone-case roundup has plenty of fashion, function, and protection to keep you occupied.

Opinion: Apple needs a handle on App Store paid-upgrade problem

Despite Apple's insistence on not allowing upgrade pricing for App Store apps, developers keep clamouring for more flexibility in the way they sell their apps, and are starting to look for ways around the company's walled garden. It's time for Cupertino to get a handle on the situation before it gets out of hand.

Scenario review: Get more out of AppleScript

Scenario allows for scripts to run when system events occur.

How Apple is improving mobile app security

Security, always one of iOS's strong selling points, has come under a lot of scrutiny lately. But Apple has a multitude of ways to prevent malicious code from ever reaching our devices.