Remember when iTunes used to be about playing music? It's evolved into a mess of an app for selling Apple's media services.
Online-radio service Rdio recruits a number of music labels, artists, and brands from around the world for its expert-curated radio stations.
Apple said at WWDC it would build a more integrated and comprehensive two-factor security system into its next OS releases, and today explains what that means.
A deep setting in Firefox lets you reduce tracking even further than Do Not Track. It seems to be a dead end, but the path is being well trod.
The Hacking Team got hacked. Safari may (or may not) be the new Internet Explorer. Not all music can play over all speakers. It's been a strange week.
Adding a family member to your Tidal plan will cost $5 on top of your $10 monthly subscription, similar to Spotify and Rdio but nowhere near as affordable as Apple Music.
This week's roundup of new iPhone and iPad accessories includes new chargers and new ways to best utilize your iPhone's video-making capabilities.
The company is expecting another blockbuster holiday quarter if its early production run is any indication.
iOS 8.4 adoption is already past 40 percent in just a week after its release.
Passengers were unable to check in for flights or print boarding passes.
The court is concerned that the jury was not properly instructed in iTunes patent case.
The Macworld staff is ready to unplug our current streaming services, and crank Apple Music up to 11.
The mobile-exclusive Spirit Lords balances action, skill, and depth into an RPG that's perfect for casual players.