Thanks to the apps in this week’s roundup, you can keep your notes organized, solve complex equations (who doesn’t start their day with a bit of linear algebra?), and finally let loose with a light death-metal jam.
Rdio users are no longer limited to short song previews, with support for other streaming services coming soon.
Make the move to Mac OS smoother with WineBottler, Last Pass, Caffeine and these other tools.
iLife's gone through a lot of changes since its introduction, but Ted Landau wonders if Apple’s latest moves have the suite on the endangered species list.
In cities with microclimates, like San Francisco, an app that tells you the temperature at the airport is pretty much useless. Here’s BloomSky to the rescue -- if it can build a strong enough network of stations.
Short of being submerged, the speakers can handle a dousing and still crank out the music over Bluetooth.
The real draw for these speakers is their durability. They're rated to IPX-5 standards so short of being submerged they'll continue playing your tunes.
The anonymous app’s Monday update adds a Facebook login and better discovery tools.
From Niantic Labs, the makers of Field Trip, Ingress turns the physical world into a virtual game. And iOS players can finally join the adventure.
After China state TV called the iPhone 'national security concern,' Apple's responded to the allegations in strong language.
China's state-run television says that iOS 7's location services could inadvertently expose state secrets.
This week’s roundup of iPad protection includes colorful designs, materials that range from the sophisticated to the ultramodern, and the usual variety of cases for your every need.
Apple has created a blog about the development of its new Swift programming language, which will include news, tips, and tricks from Apple engineers. Also: the Xcode 6 beta is now free to registered developers.