This week's roundup of new and improved apps brings an offering from the one and only Taylor Swift. If you're not a fan, well: Shake it off.
The network is being up-front about what data it’s collecting about you and why (because ads).
Apple gets more helpful hints from pundits who have nothing to lose.
Bring some extra movies to watch on the plane? Offload vacation photos so you can shoot more? No problem.
Offload photos to free up space on your iPhone, or pack the drive with movies you don't have to reformat for your iPad.
Not recommended for critical listening, but the transducer in the headband is more than just an expensive gimmick.
Yes, the selfie can be art. But not if it's a duckface mirror shot.
Twitter outlined new features and how it plans to draw in the 500 million people who use the network without signing in.
Google now gives you something other streaming music services can't provide: access to music videos and streaming music, even offline. Meet YouTube Music Key, a beta subscription service Google launched Wednesday.
Winter is coming: Are your gloves ready to operate your iPhone in the cold, cold weather? If not, this week's roundup has a product just for you.
A class-action suit against Apple over lost iMessages will proceed in U.S. District Court.
Solo 2 Wireless headphones can switch to wired mode when the battery runs out. It's a clever feature, even if Apple wasn't really involved.
Email services limit the number of recipients you can send a single message to so how do you offer your club newsletter to 800 members? Chris Breen offers advice.
With Yosemite and iOS 8 comes AirDrop support between Macs and iOS devices. Chris Breen shows how it works.