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Heavy on monetization but light on gameplay and appeal, this movie tie-in hardly justifies spending big.
This week's app roundup features new apps for editing your photos and tracking the weather. Yes, that's often true, but it's really true this week!
Ad-blocking software is coming to Safari this fall, and companies who make buckets of money on ads stand to lose a lot.
UberDrive teaches players to navigate the streets of San Francisco and recruits them to drive for the company.
The next iPhone could boast front-facing flash and video capture, plus slo-mo and panoramic capabilities. Get ready for next-gen selfies courtesy of Apple.
A researcher finds that Mail in iOS improperly filters HTML, allowing a pop-up menu to appear that closely mimics the iCloud log in.
Apple's News app raises questions about what the company will approve. Will it be like podcasts, or App Store review?
A researcher says he notified Apple in January but the flaw has yet to be patched.
Glenn and Susie start discussing the WWDC keynote, but they have so much to say they only get through iOS 9 and watchOS 2. Tune in next week for the rest!
New functionality means that devices like the iPad 2 and iPad mini will be blocked from installing certain apps
After months of speculation, the company confirmed that cars will be taking photos in the US, Ireland and the UK
When Siri arrives as part of iOS 9 this fall, it'll be with new features that should make Google Now and Cortana take notice. Here are the standouts, from Spotlight to deeper app integration and more.
The iPhone and iPad user interface has been overhauled for readers of languages like Arabic and Hebrew
Apple puts two factors front and center to secure accounts in iOS and OS X, while suggesting a longer passcode in iOS 9.
It's the little things that drive you crazy every day: the shift key, the light-up notifications. Apple's heard the cussing and will fix these problems and more with iOS 9.