Glenn and Susie, dedicated cord-cutters both, discuss what they'd like in a new Apple TV, both the hardware and the rumored streaming service. Plus we dip into Nintendo's move to mobile and what's up with iOS 8.3.
The social network is changing the way you install apps, shop, and watch videos with new tools for developers.
The overhaul of Fantastical brings it in parity with its iOS version and beyond.
We've got two iPhone accessories this week that power up the phone through alternative means—one through hand-cranking, the other through solar. Also: A bunch of new Apple Watch gadgets to enjoy.
Jason Snell ponders if Apple will ever have to give up its quest for thinner, lighter devices every time.
Apple's little dynamo ushered in a new era of portable (dare we say rugged?) laptops that perform like desktops, and the new 12-inch MacBook is its spiritual successor.
This week's roundup of new Mac apps comes jam-packed with goodies—from a new way to look at the sky to a product that makes quick work of printing your next bright idea. Plus, we bring you new tools to create brilliant HTML animations, measure the performance of your Mac, and much more.
A utility analyzes a disk drive and lets you give unneeded files and duplicates the heave-ho.
You can already add your general location to your tweets, but soon you'll be able to let everyone know if you're in Central Park or Central Perk.
It's easier to make bombastic statements before Apple ships.
Instagram's new iOS app lets you create a visually stunning—and not at all cheesy—photo collage.
The documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine pulls no punches, but the director says he didn't set out to make a negative film.
This movie-streaming service keeps the art of indie film alive.