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Another iAd executive has been spotted leaving Apple, a tip shows you how to get the very most out of your Retina MacBook Pro, and iOS 6 could put podcasting front and center.
Mozilla developers are working on a browser concept for the iPad, dubbed "Junior."
Ted Landau has often noted that sharing an iWork file between a Mac and an iOS device via iCloud doesn't work very well. Mountain Lion figures to change that.
If you like to buy stuff, write stuff, or watch stuff, this week’s roundup of iOS apps has something for you. Here are the new and updated apps that caught our eye.
Popular RSS reading app Reeder has gotten a major upgrade with version 3.0, which adds new gestures, better feed management, and a completely redone interface.
Faced with growing competition from new video-centric rivals, Dropbox on Thursday unveiled a revamped iOS app that lets users automatically upload their photos and videos to the company’s cloud-based storage service.
Ending a long holdout, Time Inc. said this week it would make its iPad magazine apps available for subscription through Apple’s iOS Newsstand service. It's a move that makes magazines like Time, Sports Illustrated, and Entertainment Weekly cheaper for iPad readers.
Amazon on Thursday released updates to both the Kindle iOS app and the Web-based Kindle Cloud Reader, adding support for comic books, graphic novels, and more.
Readability has announced it will be ceasing its controversial user donations model.
Skout, which offers a social networking app for iPhone and Android devices, has suspended temporarily access to its teen community, after three cases of alleged rape involving adults posing as teenagers on the network were reported.
Apple says iOS 6 contains more than 200 new features and enhancements, and not every one got a lot of stage time during Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. Here's a closer look at less-publicized new iOS features coming this fall.
Apple unveiled an updated MacBook line, more Mountain Lion features, iOS 6, and a smarter Siri. Here are some photos and recaps of Monday's WWDC keynote.
On Monday at WWDC, Apple handed out its annual Apple Design Awards to excellent iOS and Mac apps.
In addition to rolling out updates to its MacBook Pro and Air lineups and announcing that Mountain Lion would arrive in July, Apple also offered a preview of iOS 6, which is slated for a fall release.
During a demonstration of iOS 6's new features, Apple executive Scott Forstall gave a rundown of the changes coming to Siri -- Apple's voice-activated personal assistant. In addition to expanding the feature's knowledge of sports, restaurants, and movies, Apple also plans to add Siri support to the third-generation iPad.