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Glenn and Susie are joined by Roman Loyola and Caitlin McGarry to talk about those apps that deliver all kinds of goods and services to your door. Are they lifesavers, or are they ruining everything?
Even elementary-age school children can learn programming principles with these clever games and tools.
Siri and and stand-tracking will work better with the first Apple Watch update.
The Apple Watch can now be used to help you boost your love life. But which Watch dating app is right for you: Tinder, OkCupid or Match?
Easy to repurpose does not mean easy to steal.
To reverse the iPad's downward sales trend, Apple needs to make the next version an absolute must-have.
Breezy puzzle mechanics meet gotta-catch-'em-all monster amassing in this international smash.
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.