We get new versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for all three platforms, with a focus on improved Office compatibility and better collaboration tools.
The Apple marketing chief is first to give testimony as the company clashes with Samsung
Apple lawyers spoke of 'massive' infringement by Samsung as a jury trial began in Califronia
Most April Fools' Day jokes barely merit a groan, but these ten are worth a smile.
This week's Mac app roundup takes us shooting through an underwater city in an alternate reality. If fantastic games aren't your thing, we've got plenty left to entice you.
In case the Macalope's Fools of the Year list didn't fulfill your April joke quota, iFixit has a very important announcement they'd like to share...
Targets gets white plastic as a limited-time retail exclusive, but no Pebble Steel.
Want to take your iPhone into the water and take a few snapshots while you're at it? Optrix has the case for you.
Apple gear was well-represented among the pool of prospective jurors
Samsung's new UD590 is hardly cheap, but the others coming out cost several hundred dollars more. The company also announced a clutch of 1080p HD displays.
A future update to the iOS cooking app is going to add next-day ingredient delivery for users in San Francisco and Los Angeles. If all goes well, the feature rolls out to other cities later this year.
A new texting app is using peer-to-peer networking to take bad cell reception and Wi-Fi congestion out of the equation.
Samsung argued that an instructional video for jurors suggested that Apple's products were patentable and innovative.
The cases we saw at Macworld/iWorld 2014 went way beyond the boring, traditional hard shell case.