Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Words to live by.
This week's roundup of apps includes one new calendar offering, Streamline, and one older one with a new twist, Sunrise. Plus, new and updated games, news, and productivity apps.
Console-worthy graphics, exhilarating combat, mutant aliens... what more could you even ask for?
From robot bellhops to RFID carpet, Starwood is betting big on technology as the future of hospitality.
Looking to become more useful to its 13 million users, Wunderlist releases its public API to integrate with chat apps and calendars.
Buying a device is just like being in a relationship! If you're a weirdo.
I hit the streets with Nike+ Running, RunKeeper, Runtastic, and MapMyRun to see which is the best workout companion for your wrist.
Glenn and Susie discuss whether it's smart to put betas of iOS and OS X on your everyday devices. Plus, we praise our experience with the new MacBook and gripe about early Apple Watch apps.
Apple doesn't exactly believe in different people using the same resources or the same person needing multiple identities, but it's working on it.
We wonder if the Apple Watch will be the first mainstream product accessorized mostly through crowdfunding efforts. Probably not, but this week's roundup shows why we're asking the question.
The company's first Apple Watch entry isn't all that great.
BitTorrent is taking a page from Snapchat with disappearing encrypted messages.
Pundits love to pre-fail rumored Apple devices.
If you've played Injustice or WWE Immortals, you'll know what to expect—but there's even less strategy involved.
The legacy newspaper has made its iOS app, NYT Now, a free download, dropping the previous subscription price of $8 a month.