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An update to the App Store guidelines suggests cryptocurrency apps are welcome.
Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: The adventures of Lucky, the littlest Google self-driving car.
With Apple's PR chief stepping down, we ask whether the company's public-relations strategy can translate elsewhere. Also, we discuss the relative merits of App.net, RSS, and a hypothetical Surface mini. With guests Caitlin McGarry, Dan Frakes, and Brad Chacos.
Congested connections aren't a net neutrality issue, but they're an argument for more competition.
The browser maker's propsal would regulate broadband providers' relationship with edge services
Apple vs. Samsung: What is it good for? The same goes for Google+, iTunes, and location-based applications. Apparently we're all grumpy. With guests Philip Michaels, Dan Miller, and Leah Yamshon.
This mobile-first tool makes search more like discovery.
Puzzled by Facebook's news feed algorithm some businesses are dropping their presence on the social network in frustration. Zach Miners of IDG News Service breaks it down.
What do we want from a photos app? Dropbox's Carousel takes the nostalgia route with some success (but room for improvement).
Breather makes finding a quiet place to work in Manhattan or Montreal as easy as ordering a car on Uber or a vacation rental on Airbnb.
Most April Fools' Day jokes barely merit a groan, but these ten are worth a smile.
A new texting app is using peer-to-peer networking to take bad cell reception and Wi-Fi congestion out of the equation.
The app, which let people follow artists and play songs, will be removed from Apple's app store Friday
"It's the makers, thinks, and the development community" that can help protect your data from a surveillance dragnet, the NSA whistleblower said via video at a South by Southwest panel