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Do you love cupcakes? Trick question! Of course you do! This week's roundup of iOS apps includes a new way to enter the world of tiny, fist-sized pastries.
Yahoo and Apple may be the latest superhero team-up to hit Silicon Valley, while Apple could be considering plans to space-ify its retail stores. And Steve Jobs's life is translated into yet another genre.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) last week reversed itself, withdrawing a rejection of Apple's trademark application for "iPad Mini," according to a document published by the agency.
Getting real work done on an iPad is easy--if you know how. Let us show you all the different ways you can go about it with our new iPad-exclusive ebook, the iPad Office, built using iBooks Author.
Apple may have apologized to Chinese consumers over its warranty policies, but regulators in the country signaled they would keep a close eye on the U.S. tech giant and its approach to customer service.
Google and Microsoft both return to iOS with upgraded apps designed to help you get your work done and save your most important files to the cloud. Plus, games, poems, and skeletons in this week's roundup.
The simple app might be especially useful for quickly getting lots of views of events happening locally and right now.
Apple nerds spitball about future product releases and updates while a piece of the company's history sees the light of day and a former Apple executive runs into a roadblock.
Are you sitting down? Because the Wall Street Journal says Apple's going to release a new iPhone this year. I know! Elsewhere, Alan Kay takes a potshot at the iPad, and the first Steve Jobs movie gets ready to hit many of your screens.
Apple will hold its next quarterly financial conference call on April 23, but it may not be business as usual for the company.
New firmware and mobile app upgrades let you transfer video and photos from a smartphone to a USB drive connected to the Slingbox 500 for HDTV playback.
Just in time for April Fools' Day, we've assembled a panel of pundits to point out the foolishness going on in the tech world.