The company will help train iOS developers, beginning in Italy and expanding to more countries.
Jarecki's new video-editing app creates cinematic narratives out of photos and iPhone footage.
Even good criticism has to be amped up.
Create smooth, stabilized time-lapse from first-person videos shot with smartphones and action cams.
The lowdown on how resolution settings work on the Mac.
Photo-editing iOS app now provides access to photo books, support for higher resolution images, and more.
Facebook wants to grab the large audiences that American football attracts, and has launched Facebook Sports Stadium, which it describes as a dedicated place to experience sports in real-time with friends and the world.
Learn to use Photoshop to make an animated GIF that cycles through several images to create a slideshow that plays automatically on the web.
We audition the kids' and adult models and dig both of them.
Running a Mac server isn't for everyone, but it can be useful. Jason Snell breaks down the reasons why you should consider it, and why you should skip it.
This week's roundup includes several devices made to withstand harsh conditions and the occasional drop. Read on!
Starting Friday, you can buy the Apple Watch Hermès online as well as in stores. Prices range from $1,100 to $1,500, and it comes with unique Hermès-designed clock faces, bands, and colors.
Top tech CEOs spoke about how they think the world will benefit from the coming tech revolution at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday.
Computerworld Contributing Writer Mike deAgonia takes an up close look at two new quadcopter drones.
We discuss the technology in politics, with Donald Trump's plan for force Apple to make its hardware in the U.S., and the New York Senate's back-door demand. Plus VLC, Netflix, and more.
Apple wants to revolutionize TV, but even ESPN execs realize that nailing down deals networks with is a struggle.
Executive News Editor Ken Mingis and reporters discuss all things drone ("selfie drone," anyone?) and why auto makers are partnering with Apple and Google.
The old two-year-contract business model for mobile phone plans is all but abandoned. And there are more choices than ever: We look at 17 alternate mobile service carriers.