In this week’s roundup of Mac apps, you’ll find an app that shows you the world, one that helps you track your location inside it, and one that makes sure you don’t accidentally wake up your coworkers in the wee hours of the morning.
Unlike previous versions of iOS, people are holding off on upgrading to iOS 8.
The solar-powered beacon pings paired iPhones over Bluetooth LE, and the Kickstarter-funded project plans to launch an API to add more functions.
Adobe's new tools let you convert photos of objects into vector art, or start editing a video on an iPhone and then send it to Premiere Pro.
These apps each bring something different to the table, delivering a well-balanced snapshot of your daily health routine.
New iPad models may be just around the corner, but there are still plenty of great protection to be had for your tablet, as this week’s roundup of new cases shows.
Fashion and protection both take center stage in this week’s roundup of new iPhone cases.
Are we just under two weeks away from another batch of Apple announcements? Some signs point to yes.
Unlike Apple, Facebook doesn’t want to track your vitals. Yet.
The Apple Watch isn't just a fashion statement or a fitness tracker. It could be a huge step forward for haptic technology.
Tripped-out, first-person sprinting in a wireframe world makes for an enticing one-thumb game for iPhone and iPad.
Evernote, with its new Work Chat messaging app and Context research tool, hopes to turn plain old chat into an enhanced communication medium. Whether these new features will woo workers away from established competition is a very open question.
Twitter for Mac gets new photo options, and Tweetbot for iOS gets the iOS 8 treatment with interactive notifications.