Selfies are taking over the world. There is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.
Developer Craig Hockenberry takes a look at the rumors of an Apple smartwatch, but suggests that the company may be looking in a different direction of wearables.
If you're a professional who uses Final Cut Pro X or another app that takes advantage of multiple processor cores, then you'll benefit nicely from the $2999 Mac Pro
Seven years since iOS arrived, sharing files, URLs, and other data between it and OS X is still a hassle. DeskConnect makes the task easier.
Kirk McElhearn found that, unless you're deeply embedded in the Apple ecosystem, Android is a perfectly viable (and in some respects preferable) alternative to iOS.
Bug-tracker Ted Landau returns to explore the case of the missing camera.
Troubleshooting on iOS has just one problem, says contributor Ted Landau: It doesn't really exist.
A fake login page looks legitimate since it is served up by Google over SSL, Symantec said
Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell spent an afternoon sketching with FiftyThree's new Paper 1.6.1 update. Here's what she likes (and what still needs work).
Although the free tier remains unchanged, Google makes its paid Drive storage options more attractive.
Believe it or not, there are still a lot of apps, some of them great ones, getting redesigned for iOS 7. This week's roundup features some of the best.
It's kind of like Spotify -- but with food. Yummly recommends recipes based on your personal tastes.
The action in Eliss Infinity is simple but incredibly mentally engaging, and the look and feel are perhaps unique.
Forbes, are you mad about something?