A major upgrade to The New York Times's official iPhone app brings access to almost all of the Website's content sections, including videos and photo slideshows. This upgrade also arrives on the eve of the news organization's controversial new digital subscription plans.
The MacBook Air thin, light, and portable design is appealing to both on-the-go customers and those who prefer five-finger discounts. Apple didn't build in a standard notebook security lock port, so accessory maker Maclocks took matters into its own hands.
The first major update to this unique, streamlined e-mail client allows it to work with any IMAP service, in addition to Gmail. Over half a dozen other useful additions make this a welcome release.
Always wanted to create one of those "photo of myself every day" videos, but haven't had the motivation or equipment? A new app called Everyday turns your iPhone or iPod touch into your simple, narcissistic photo and video companion.
A minor update to this feature-packed Flickr client brings AirPlay support for Flickr videos.
Incase has updated its standard backpack with a unique coated-canvas material and other perks, including a dedicated iPad sleeve.
Pre-announced more than a year ago, The New York Times has finally unveiled its plans for a paywall, as well as a new series of Digital Subscription Plans for unlimited access via its iPhone and iPad apps.
Time Warner Cable has become the first major U.S. cable provider to offer live TV streaming to the iPad. More than 30 channels are available at launch, though this initial version is not without some drawbacks.
Google has renamed and revamped its primary search app for iOS. New gestures bring flexibility to the interface and your search results, and improvements across the app make this a useful upgrade.
The terrible tragedy of the earthquake in Japan is still unfolding. As citizens and organizations around the world lend a hand, one retail employee of an Apple Store in Japan offers some on-the-ground anecdotes of how Apple is doing its part.
Apple's Mail and Gmail don't get along very well, as anyone who has tried to use the latter with the former knows. They each take very different approaches to managing e-mail, but with a little configuring and planning, you can work out the kinks.
A major upgrade to the popular app for reading content offline brings a slew of new features. You can now follow friends to find more articles to read, share your favorite articles to a larger number of services, and search the contents of the articles on your device.
Apple has released GarageBand for iPad, a full-featured music playing, recording, and editing suite. Seasoned musicians can plug in their own instruments or play virtual Touch Instruments, but even budding stars can get creative with Smart Instruments that make music accessible to all skill levels.
On Thursday, Apple released a major update to its iMovie app, adding support for the iPad 2 and a myriad of new features. The app sports a completely redesigned interface, precision editing tools, new multitouch gestures, support for multiple audio tracks, and more.
The iPhone has enjoyed a slew of photo apps that make it easy to add style and effects with just a tap or two. Now the trend is coming back to the Mac, and The Iconfactory has taken its shot with Flare.