An in-depth, hands-on look at the design changes in OS X Yosemite.
Apple gives its 27-inch iMac all-in-one the Retina treatment, but the non-Retina models are sticking around.
Safari in OS X Yosemite sports a sleeker look, along with several new features. But we're a little cranky about the new, cramped title bar.
The newest additions to the iPad lineup are incremental upgrades from their predecessors.
Yosemite doesn’t completely do away with the Dashboard, but the new Today view and widgets in the Notification Center are far more useful.
It’s not exactly Siri, but the all-new Spotlight can find you movie listings, maps, App Store results, and a lot more.
Mail Drop takes the hassle out of emailing huge files, and Messages lets you send your own voice.
Apple's new mobile payment system hits the ground running on Monday with a slew of new partners.
With Handoff you can more often use the right device for the right job. Chris Breen explains how it works in Apple's two new operating systems.
Yosemite is finally live! Here's how to get it, how to install it, and what you should do first, just in case.
Yosemite has launched! Check your Mac to see if you're eligible to upgrade.
The future of a-la-carte TV looks less than rosy. The $6 monthly All Access service omits football games and “The Big Bang Theory” due to licensing issues, and new shows will still have commercials.
If you’ve ever worried yourself sick wondering whether your friends and family were affected by a disaster, Facebook's new tool is designed to ease your mind.