Apple's choice not to open up its popular communication platforms has some downsides, but on the whole has resulted in a safe environment in which privacy reigns supreme.
There's a big case in this week's roundup that's designed specifically for small hands, while others bring together materials, from plastics to natural woods, to keep your tablet safe from everyday accidents big and small.
One of the cases in this week's roundup celebrates the upcoming Earth Day in collaboration with a famous Mouse, while another has enough space-age materials to launch into space.
From organizing ideas to creating beautiful photos, this week's app round has a little for everyone.
This week's roundup of new iPad cases features several that are designed to help you take your iPad everywhere from the beach to the workplace—even when your workplace is a dusty construction site.
One of the items in this week's roundup of new iPhone cases is all corners, while another teaches you how we Italians say cheese.
This week's Mac app roundup brings you a great selection of writing tools designed to fit every need, from the professional screenwriter to the casual author, with a little email and photography sprinkled in for good measure.
The current crop of wearable devices focuses too much on form and too little on function, says contributor Marco Tabini. But that leaves plenty of room for Apple to innovate where it matters.
This week's roundup of new iPad cases includes ways to keep your tablet safe everywhere from the pool to the boardroom.
High fashion, ruggedness, and practical protection all play parts in this week's roundup of new iPhone cases, with brings you hearts, carbon, and even a little happy meal.
This week's Mac app roundup takes us shooting through an underwater city in an alternate reality. If fantastic games aren't your thing, we've got plenty left to entice you.
From buttons to shape and materials, Apple's history with mice is a perfect metaphor for the company's nearly maniacal attention to every design detail.
BusyContacts aims to replace Apple's built-in Contacts app with a solution that offers extensive syncing and search capabilities, improved relationship management, and integration with social networks.
Is Apple trying to launch a revolution in the world of home automation? The pieces are slowly falling into piece, says contributor Marco Tabini.
A certain tech giant's cloud note-taking software makes its appearance in this week's Mac app roundup, which also brings you a bit of music, some weather news, and a way to finally wade through that massive collection of photos.