Don't-Miss Cloud & Services Stories
Deezer's small-scale entry into the U.S. market is over. The service is now available to all—though it lacks a free tier.
iCloud Music Library will now match all tracks with acoustic fingerprinting and no copy-protected files. So if you have Apple Music, you no longer need to pay for iTunes Match.
Google is finally adding a built-in option to Cast open tabs to your Chromecast-enabled television. The extension will still work, but it's no longer needed.
Dropbox just dumped a ton of new productivity features on users of its file storage and collaboration service that are all aimed at making it easier for people to get work done within its applications.
Macworld's Jon, Susie, Caitlin, and Oscar discuss the highlights of the WWDC keynote, what surprised us the most, and whether Apple is leaping ahead of its competitors or just catching up.
Apple is getting closer to replacing your wallet, with Apple Pay in Safari for iOS 10 and macOS, and mobile payments apps like Square Cash coming to iMessages and Siri.
Apple users are now able to use the Apple Pay service for online purchases.
If you have something to say in the comments of a Facebook post, but words, stickers, and emoji won't do the job, you can now let it rip with video.
Twitter's not to blame, but the company is taking action to protect users affected by the recent breach.
Uber just announced that its UberRush delivery service is now available to any business, and can be easily integrated into an existing website or mobile app.
WWDC is just days away, and there's a lot to talk about: changes to the App Store, Apple Music, Siri, and some hardware we wish was coming but probably isn't (yet).
Peer-to-peer payments, iTunes Match, better App Store discoverability—Apple's services have plenty of room to grow.
Instagram recently added sharing extensions functionality to its iOS app. Now, you can share photos from third-party apps directly to Instagram.
Why cable TV may not be worthwhile, whether you can afford it or not.
Spotify's family plan now offers six premium memberships for $15 per month, equaling those of Apple Music and Google Play Music.