Developer preview software from competitors is indicative of one thing and one thing only: doom for Apple.
Is Apple trying to launch a revolution in the world of home automation? The pieces are slowly falling into piece, says contributor Marco Tabini.
It's safe to say that Comcast and Apple have very different reputations among their customers. Their rumored TV set-top box could wither or thrive based on whose service culture will prevail.
Endorse your favorite apps so your friends know how smart you are, and find out what they're using too.
To stand out in a sea of 5-inch phones, HTC polished its signature look instead of redesigning from scratch—just like Apple.
The social network now lets you tag photos and tweet multiple images without using up your 140 precious characters.
The annual expo for Mac and iOS fans starts on Thursday. Here are a few events and exhibits you don't want to miss.
Software engineer Greg Christie tells the WSJ how a "shockingly small" team, pushed hard by Steve Jobs, designed the first generation of Apple's smartphone
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen return to discuss the weeks news (and rumors). This week, Apple/Comcast sitting in a tree, 10 Google Glass Myths, and who can beat Ren's Threes score?
In iTunes 11.1.4, the Wish List has become a lot easier to access and use. Here's how to make the most of it.
Does OS X's lack of an easy-access menu-bar calendar drive you bananas? You can get one for free with Day-O.
A certain tech giant's cloud note-taking software makes its appearance in this week's Mac app roundup, which also brings you a bit of music, some weather news, and a way to finally wade through that massive collection of photos.
You can now stream NPR 24 hours a day on iTunes Radio. Elsewhere, Apple is offering refunds for unauthorized in-app purchases, and trying out new App Store search tools.
"We should read this book because the reviews are really bad."
This week's roundup of Mac accessories includes several devices that aim to take advantage of the power of USB 3.0, along with backpacks, sleeves, and other ways to protect your Apple computer.