Don't-Miss iOS app Stories
This week’s roundup of new and improved apps for the iPhone and iPad includes something for the nerds, something for the jocks, and something for everybody who just wants a better way to check their email.
Facebook, Apple, Twitter, Yelp and 14 other companies have been hit with a lawsuit accusing them of distributing privacy-invading mobile applications.
Released to the App Store Wednesday, promises to alert users whenever there's a report that thieves may have accessed their bank accounts, credits cards, or Social Security number. The free mobile offering also includes a number of tools for protecting identity.
Two U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday asked Apple representatives to brief members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee on the company's mobile privacy policies, saying a letter from Apple did not answer all of their questions.
Apps that draw on smartphone location data to deliver a range of experiences were all the rage at the South by Southwest conference this past week.
Oracle's intellectual property lawsuit against Google over the Android mobile OS will go to trial on April 16.
Quickoffice added some security heft to its popular iPad and iPhone app, in hopes of wooing businesses.
Microsoft says that OnLive, a company that recently began offering hosted Windows and Office software remotely from its servers to iPad and Android tablet users, is in violation of the software giant's licensing rules.
EA has revealed that it is busy working on its best selling apps, such as Mass Effect Infiltrator and Real Racing 2, to take advantage of the third-generation iPad's higher resolution.
Yeah, yeah, yeah: There's a new iPad coming out. But you know what makes the iPad exciting and useful? Apps. And we're here to tell you about the best from this week.
The Wall Street Journals says the Department of Justice has warned Apple and five U.S. book publishers that it is planning to file lawsuits against them for allegedly colluding to fix the prices of e-books.
Updates to five iOS apps add support for the Retina display on the forthcoming iPad. And iBooks and Remote add a few other noteworthy features.
Apple made a lot of product news at its March 7 press event, which gives us a lot to talk about in this jumbo-sized Macworld Podcast episode.
At its press event Wednesday, Apple took the wraps off the next version of the iPad, which is slated to ship on March 16. The company also announced a new Apple TV, iPhoto for iOS, updates to GarageBand, iMovie, and iWork for iOS, and more.
An Apple event wouldn't be much fun without some software updates, and the company had them in spades on Wednesday: It showed off new features for GarageBand, iMovie, and the iWork productivity suite, all of which complement the newly-announced iPad.