In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find an app that keep your secrets secret, a bit of science for every occasion, and software that makes capturing your screen as easy as pie.
Amazon's big Black Friday-style sale begins on Wednesday, but Walmart wants to play too.
The popular iOS shopping platform just bought a lock-screen app to personalize its buying recommendations.
For the first time, TiVo users can stream their DVR content to a third-party TV box, though it's far from being an ideal solution.
Mozilla's Firefox has had enough of Flash and its security problems, at least for now.
The latest promotion from T-Mobile undercuts Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint by a wide margin.
Apple takes its mobile payment service worldwide, but there are a few missing pieces.
With the all-star break in full swing, we find out which official baseball game is worth playing the rest of the season.
The browser in the public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan has new features that you'll use right away.
The new iTunes 12.2.1 update fixes a problem with iTunes Match and Apple Music.
Apple sells less than a quarter of the world's smartphones, but makes almost all of the industry's profits.
Replacement for the R6300 promises higher performance, easier installation.
The US Government may investigate whether or not App Store policies gives Apple Music an unfair advantage, according to Reuters.