This week's roundup of apps brings plenty of old favorites, renovated with new looks and new features to ensure your iOS device stays central to your life.
Oh, the sources you'll find when trying to write jerky headlines about Apple.
Apple's been replacing broken iPhone displays in store, but a report suggests that it may soon expand that program to include other smaller repairs, such as broken cameras and Home buttons.
The new mobile version of iPhoto retains all of the great features it got last year, plus it works more smoothly and picks up a few new tricks.
The hidden, and occasionally accidental, history of common tech brand names.
Brainshark's SlideShark app for viewing and showing PowerPoint presentations on iOS devices has been downloaded more than 2 million times.
To open a document that's stored in iCloud from an iPhone or iPad, you have to first open the app you used to create it. That, argues Steven Aquino, is why Apple should build a iCloud Documents app.
GarageBand 10 could easily have been named Logic Light, given its acquisition of some of its more powerful sibling's finest musical features. But podcasters will regret the loss of some favorite features.
The personal wiki app for Mac and iOS has a new home and development team, and users can expect more attention devoted to the software.
At long last, Amazon has brought a desktop version of its Cloud Player app to the Mac. You'd think that's a good thing. And you'd be wrong.
Wednesday's GarageBand 10.0.1 update was less than 30MB. And that gives hope that more MAS changes will come in the form of small delta updates.
The two sides will start jury selection Nov. 12 in San Jose, California. The trial will begin immediately after the jury selection.
The complaints of missing features in iWork '13 were not in vain; Apple says it plans to reintroduce many of the currently lacking capabilities in coming months.
Apple has ushered in refreshes for iMovie, iPhoto, and GarageBand. Let's learn about what's new for both the iOS and OS X versions from the editors testing these apps.
This week's roundup of new Mac gear includes a device that ensures that your MacBook works only when you're nearby. Plus, we've got new keyboards, new speakers, and more.