The PlayStation favorite takes on a new form on iOS, and it's rather enjoyable for a gratis spinoff.
The new version for Office 365 subscribers includes maps in your email, weather in your calendar, and more importantly, and all-new database under the hood.
Now both transportation apps are appealing to enterprise with easier ride expensing.
WireLurker and Masque Attack show the different paths Apple has taken for app security, and how Apple could loosen the reins of iOS without putting most users at additional risk.
The publisher and retailer resolve their months-long dispute, which had prompted Amazon to stop taking pre-orders, delay new releases and refuse discounts.
This week's roundup of new and improved apps brings an offering from the one and only Taylor Swift. If you're not a fan, well: Shake it off.
The network is being up-front about what data it’s collecting about you and why (because ads).
Apple gets more helpful hints from pundits who have nothing to lose.
Bring some extra movies to watch on the plane? Offload vacation photos so you can shoot more? No problem.
Offload photos to free up space on your iPhone, or pack the drive with movies you don't have to reformat for your iPad.
Not recommended for critical listening, but the transducer in the headband is more than just an expensive gimmick.
Yes, the selfie can be art. But not if it's a duckface mirror shot.
Twitter outlined new features and how it plans to draw in the 500 million people who use the network without signing in.
Google now gives you something other streaming music services can't provide: access to music videos and streaming music, even offline. Meet YouTube Music Key, a beta subscription service Google launched Wednesday.