Don't-Miss iPad Stories
As Apple prepares for its latest quarterly conference call, Dan Moren runs down the list of what to expect in the company's results.
Two of the biggest games around--Badlands and Candy Crush Saga--both get updates this week. Plus, a very, very, silly game makes its debut.
The game Civilization Revolution is back on iOS with a sequel. Other apps let you compare wines, get shopping deals, and better organize your photos.
As in past years, Apple is offering a gift card to the Apple Store alongside the qualifying purchase of a Mac, iPad, or iPhone for the upcoming school year.
LogicBuy's hot deals this week include significant savings on a Lenovo IdeaPad Z710 laptop with 1080p Full HD display and Core i7 processor, more than $100 off a Dell UltraSharp 24" monitor, and a $25 FreedomPop 4G Hotspot.
Beginning in July, the iTunes U app for iPad will let teachers create courses right on the device, among other improvements.
Cheaper Macs and iPods and more frequent discounts on iPhone and iPads are great news for customers. But they also show that Apple more in control of its market than ever.
How's that touchscreen keyboard working for you? These tools will help you become a fleeter-fingered typist.
Jason Snell, Dan Moren, and Serenity Caldwell will be live in San Francisco for Apple's 2014 developer's conference keynote.
LogicBuy brings you more exciting savings on hot electronics, including a $350 discount on the Lenovo Y510p gaming laptop, a Linksys WiFi range extender at half price, and lots more.
This week's roundup of apps for iPhone and iPad includes a new way to make sure you don't accidentally leave your phone behind. There are also games for fantasy fans and comic book lovers, plus some actually useful stuff.
Apple says iCloud wasn't hacked; meanwhile, the iPad comes to Japan's largest cellular network and gets a break for school.
This week's roundup includes updates to the app that bills itself as "the Netflix of books." Plus new ways to track expenses, save screenshots, and stay organized.
The latest update to the popular app from Algoriddim gives users access to more than 20 million tracks of streaming music, giving experienced DJs a deeper well of music to play, and helping add polish to amateurs.
This week's roundup features improvements to several apps that let you listen to music and podcasts when and where you want to.