Don't-Miss iOS app Stories
Apple may be readying e-books for Latin America, Sharp may be setting up to deliver displays for a new iPhone, and piracy is going rampant all over the place.
Days of Wonder has rolled out its first digital map pack for Ticket to Ride in almost seven years. Dan Moren sits down with CEO Eric Hautemont to discuss the company's digital strategy.
Launched on the App Store Wednesday, Projectbook lets you take notes and turn the information stored in the app into to-dos and tasks. The new release works on the iPad 2 and third-generation iPad but Mac and iPhone versions are in the works.
Samsung gets a talking to from the bench, almost two-thirds of the App Store's software might be silent (but not deadly), and there's more chatter about a new iPhone dock-connector port.
The Amazon Instant Video app for iPad launched Wednesday morning; it provides a hybrid experience of a service like Netflix and the iPad’s native iTunes video store.
An update Tuesday to the HipGeo travel journal app adds the ability to record and upload geo-aware videos of your travels. Philip Michaels takes the updated app out for a test drive.
Apple may be putting all of its eggs in one special event basket, while Microsoft announces a product release date with help from the federal government. And Jonathan Ive explains that money doesn't make Apple go 'round.
Over at TechHive, Tim Moynihan picks the free iPhone photo apps that can enhance your picture-snapping experience.
A Taiwanese university has sued Apple for alleged patent infringement in its Siri voice assistant, in retaliation for patent disputes brought against Taiwanese firms by foreign rivals.
This week’s roundup of iOS apps includes new takes on a bad old movie, a plan to get you in shape, and the latest trend in weather.
Facebook comes up with the perfect people to fix its iOS app and Steve Jobs comes in as one of the most influential Americans ever.
Boxcar -- rumored as dead in the water mere weeks ago -- on Thursday announced it had been acquired by Kwaga.
Some Lion users get bitten by a bug with the Mountain Lion update process, Apple products are hallmarks of the lifestyles of the rich and famous, and you may soon be able to actually listen to Podcasts on your iOS device.
We start off the week with an amuse-bouche of an iPhone rumor, followed by a few light helpings of iTunes in the Cloud. Finally, for dessert, half a dozen assorted flavors of Kindle Fire.
Google on Friday acquired the Mac and iOS email client Sparrow, and says no significant updates to the apps are planned.