In this week's Staff Picks column, learn why the iOS game Threes is associate editor Serenity Caldwell's new favorite time-sink.
Higher data caps, lower prices on Edge plans, earlier upgrades, and faster speeds are on tap for Verizon customers.
Yoni Heisler runs down Apple's research and development spending between 1995 and 2013. Though the amount spend has trended upwards over time, the last few years' worth account for almost half of its R&D spending in that 19-year period.
Much of what we used to do in real life now happens in the digital realm. Sometimes the digital realm returns the favor. This week's roundup of accessories includes speakers, chargers, and more, including an old-school projector for your modern-day media.
A reader suggests that there's a keyboard shortcut for resetting Safari. Chris Breen isn't so sure but shows you how to make one.
When you want to perform your own Mac hardware repairs, it helps to have the proper tools. Here's what you should have in your toolbox.
Flappy bird was awful. These games are not.
Clutter and chaos are the enemies of efficiency. So they have no place in your office. Here's how Joe Kissell straightened out his workplace to get more work done.
Instead of moping around on February 14, use any one of these apps to live footloose and fancy-free.
When something dies on our Mac, we take it to the Genius Bar. But what if you feel like getting your hands a little dirty?
For wireless charging to really catch on, it all needs to work together. Two groups are joining forces to help make that happen.
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and guest Greg Knauss talk about Greg's romance-themed iPhone app, the shocking revelation that Apple will release new products, iPhone games Flappy Bird and Threes, tech words we hate, and staying organized.
There's a bit of retro goodness in this week's app roundup, with a text editor that will bring you back to a time when monitors were curved and text was both green and fuzzy.
Apple must make a larger iPhone! A larger iPhone will break iOS! What?
Asymco's Horace Dediu crunches the numbers and determines that not only does the iTunes Store alone bring in revenue of around half of Google's search business, but it would also come in at rank at 130 on the Fortune 500 list.