A smooth, atmospheric point-and-tap adventure game — with a plot twist!
Each iteration of iTunes invites the question: How else might this be done? Chris Breen ponders the possibilities.
The company advised that people stick to trusted sources for downloading apps
Keeping your driver waiting and not giving a tip could get you docked one or more stars
With automatic event logging and breakthrough heart-rate monitoring, the Basis Peak is a wrist-worn window into your own body science.
This week's roundup of apps includes a World War II-themed game almost as expensive as the war itself. Plus, apps for music, news, and more.
While iMovie languishes without new features, Premiere Elements rolls out powerful tools to make slick flicks out of all of your magic moments.
The $200 device is a little like Siri for your whole house.
The free version of Office for iOS and Android should be good enough for a lot of people, but power users may still need an Office 365 subscription. Here's what lies behind the paywall.
Thousands of users may be infected with malware that collects data from an iOS device, Palo Alto Networks said--though the malware is only found in a third-party app store that offers free versions of premium software.
Is "early 2015" the same thing as "spring"? Who knows?
This latest update syncs your work between your iPhone and iPad and lets anyone create or edit documents — no Office 365 account required.
It's a feature, not a bug, but Glenn Fleishman thinks Apple should at least give users a choice.
The best way to get better is to take lots of pictures -- while following Lesa Snider's expert advice.