While the Fair Labor Association says the parts supplier is making progress, Foxconn fell short in trying to limit overtime hours for Chinese workers.
It's time for another grab-bag column, with a number of interesting questions about whether or not you can get around Apple's limit of 25,000 songs with iTunes Match, ways to search the iTunes Store more efficiently, and answers that require smart playlists.
Our editors try out a ton of cases, but there are some that we just keep coming back to, despite our differences in taste.
Apple's adding more and more content sources to its streaming set-top box. And that's a good thing. But it also presents some new user interface challenges. Here are some suggestions to improve the experience.
While the FCC is moving forward with a plan to let airlines allow the use of mobile phones on flights, the Transportation Secretary wonders if in-flight voice calls are "fair to consumers."
You'll still have to call your carrier if you want to free your phone, however.
Have we reached peak social media? Are serial entrepreneurs creepy? Will people on the Internet pay for anything? And what's on our tech holiday shopping lists? These questions may or may not be answered by Dan Moren, Jason Snell, Philip Michaels, and Susie Ochs.
A nonprofit group of Airbnb hosts and users is stepping up its awareness campaign about New York’s laws against short-term rentals.
Fisher-Price is under fire for its toddler seat that helps young children use an iPad. The New York Times is advising parents to skip the tablet at Christmas. Is giving an iPad to your kid the latest taboo?
And we thought that Gmail didn't want us to see images because sometimes they're annoying.
Two of the most popular game franchises in the world have fresh offerings this week. Plus, apps for listening to podcasts and writing, and updates to all your favorite social media apps.
Instagram Direct lets users privately send photos and videos in what is widely considered a shot at trendy messaging app Snapchat.
"Free" as in "it can actually cost you."
You can use PDFpen Scan+ on your iPad or iPhone to scan documents and images, as well as perform optical character recognition.