Apple quietly started selling an adapter for the new Mac Pro that lets you use standard Kensington locks to secure your desktop.
This week on the podcast born on the 10th of July, we discuss podcasting, Android Wear smartwatches, Apple's new pricing strategies, and Facebook toying with your emotions. Plus we fire up the barbecue grill for the long holiday weekend in the ol' U.S.A.! With guests Philip Michaels and Jon Phillips.
Third-party IM apps and older versions of iChat will no longer be able to log in with Mac.com or Me.com screennames.
Apple's reportedly building an in-house team to work on speech recognition research, but its in-house advertising team isn't doing so hot.
As in past years, Apple is offering a gift card to the Apple Store alongside the qualifying purchase of a Mac, iPad, or iPhone for the upcoming school year.
The latest revision of Mavericks patches a number of bugs, including one that could prevent Macs from not joining a known Wi-Fi network.
A relatively small update for Apple's mobile devices patches bugs with a handful of features, and brings some security fixes as well.
Beginning in July, the iTunes U app for iPad will let teachers create courses right on the device, among other improvements.
Is Apple's Podcasts app crashing on your iOS device? Rene Ritchie has a suggestion for how to work around the bug until Apple fixes it.
The touchscreen iPod is now cheaper across the board, and the 16GB model is finally a fully-fledged member of the family.
At its I/O developer conference, Google announced a slew of new products and technologies. But these five are targeted most directly at Apple.
Chris Breen is joined by Dans Frakes and Moren to talk about the ubiquity of Dropbox, the next Apple TV, and Lightning-struck headphones.
Apple's rolled out more channels on the Apple TV, Angela Ahrendts posts to Linked In, and more.
The 21.5-inch model comes with a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, and starts at just $1099.