Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
This week's roundup of apps includes a game that features world-historical figures facing off against zombies, werewolves, and fast food. There's also offerings for music lovers, nature admirers, and people who just want to get someplace else on time.
This week's roundup includes a trippy new iOS app from Radiohead, offering a musical window into a different world. Also on tap: apps to help you shop, read, and listen to music even better than you already do.
Among this week's new and updated apps, we feature an offering designed to help you make the best Caesar salad ever. Really. Plus, games, social media, and more!
This week's roundup of iPhone and iPad apps includes a fresh update for a much-loved cooking app. Also featured: new apps for those who love photos, scheduling, studying, and their dogs.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes several ways to hold your iPhone and iPad in place, be it in the car, at home, or even on your wall. Plus, we've got a charger that even a Jedi would love.
This week's roundup includes a new game featuring Sonic and friends, myriad updates to the Kindle book-reading app, fun with puzzles and physics in Feed Me Oil 2, and much more.
Who doesn’t need a touch- and pressure-sensitive pads on the back and sides of their iPhone 5s?
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps offers ways to keep your New Year's resolutions to get fit, eat better, and make good decisions. And if you just want to have a better music-listening experience, we've got help on that front, too.
The software, developed in 2008, would let the agency locate phones and remotely turn on cameras and mics.
When damage to your iPhone isn't covered by your warranty, what's the best course of action? Here are the most common complaints and a run-down on how to handle them.
If this one doesn't give you a lump in the throat, perhaps your heart is two sizes too small.
In an excerpt from his book "Junkyard Planet," writer Adam Minter looks at how much those programs might really offset the environmental impact of manufacturing and using the company's products.
Apple launched the iBeacons location-aware sales system at all 254 of its U.S. stores on Friday morning. The system, though, isn't quite as frictionless as it sounds.
Because the Apple phone apparently can't be made secure enough, the leader of the free world has to stick with his trusty old BlackBerry. His daughters like their iPhones, though.
China's largest telecom could single-handedly boost iPhone sales by 20 percent.