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This week's roundup contains new and better ways to organize your email, your calendar, and even your flight schedule. Don't worry: There's a game or two in here as well.
This unique shadow perspective puzzle is fun and thoroughly innovative.
Stream it live, monitor key stats, or join the online banter that surrounds the biggest day on the American sports calendar.
As iPhone 6 propelled Apple, Samsung sales dropped because of competition in China.
While not a dramatic shift from the original Saga, it's gripping—even when it seems unfair or downright impossible.
The popularity of the iPhone 6 helped Apple beat out Xiaomi to become number one in China, according to a market researcher
Not sure which weather app to choose? Read on for our App Store favorites.
Developers will have to move their apps over to Apple's TestFlight app by February 26, if they haven't already.
Cartoon Network's new game brings an optional physical element for sketching out elaborate custom levels.
This week's roundup includes a brand-new way for sighted folks to help the blind. Plus games, music, a bunch of app updates from Google, and more.
Origins may not be a reinvention for the series, but it’s sharp, fun to play, and interesting in just the right places.
In the February issue, we show you everything you need to know to secure your Mac and keep your data safe. Also, we help you choose the best video calling method. Plus: The cord-cutter's guide to free (and legal) TV streaming.
Group sacrifice is a noble fate in this lovably bleak oddball gem.
If you’re headed to the slopes—or if you live somewhere snowy—use these apps to get more out of your winter adventures.
As you wish: The Princess Bride is now an interactive game on the iPhone and iPad. Plus apps for news, getting organized, and more
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