Don't-Miss iPad Stories
Your iPad may soon fly as freely as you do, which is good, because apparently you're really using those devices in the air. Elsewhere, a judge tells Apple to produce the goods.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps features old movies repurposed as new games, as well as a few offerings to make you more productive.
Apple and Sony are going head-to-head--or ear-to-ear?--over music licensing, Phil Schiller posts a tweet and the Internet goes wild, and a former Apple rival joins Cupertino in taking on a new threat.
Despite frequent news to the contrary, passcodes are an excellent way to keep the data on your iOS devices safe with minimal fuss. Here's a bit (or two) on how they work.
Apple skips out on Mobile World Congress, but its iOS platform still casts a pretty big shadow over the world's largest mobile trade show. Armando Rodriguez and Leah Yamshon return from Spain with an iOS-flavored report on MWC.
Would you believe me if I told you Apple was working on new iPhones and iPads? What if I told you it was in a lull of innovation? What if I said Ferrari and Apple were teaming up to fight crime?
Vancouver police are investigating a brazen robbery at an Apple Store Monday night in which three suspects allegedly sprayed 40 people with a chemical mix designed to ward off bears as they swiped an undetermined amount of Apple laptops, iPads and iPods.
Some days, it seems as though Apple should probably just pitch a tent in the local courthouse.
A judge has ordered a partial retrial in Apple's patent lawsuit against Samsung in California, and has cut hundreds of millions of dollars from the $1 billion in damages that Apple was awarded last summer.
This week's selection of new-and-improved apps includes offerings that give you a closer look at nature--as well as an ability to document your own travels around the world.
They like Apple! They really like Apple! "They," in this case, being the education industry and Fortune. Just not that one British judge.
Photoshop.com and Photoshop Express users get Adobe Revel memberships, even though that service supports only one image file format.
This week at Mobile World Congress, the Device Renewal Forum announced an official standard for renewing devices that includes military-grade data wiping, environmentally responsible recycling of materials, and a database to check for stolen handsets.
Apple's education service, which allows downloads of material from almost 2500 schools, has finally topped 1 billion downloads.
Launched at Mobile World Congress this week, the still-in-beta DivX Stash lets you save movies from various video sites to watch later on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.