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Remember the classic pool game? Play it with your iPhone.
Bad beer rots our young guts but vodka goes well. But why bother with bad beer in the first place if you have an iPhone and this app?
Two companies at Macworld/iWorld are bringing corporate-style device management to the home network.
I'd seen a lot of strange booths on the Macworld/iWorld show floor, but the LED-backlit washing machine was a new one.
If the holiday season meant a new iPhone 5c or 5s for you, we can help you get started with nine terrific downloads from the App Store.
If you're the proud owner of a new iPhone, you may be wondering which of the million or so App Store offerings to put on your smartphone. Don't fret -- we have a couple of recommendations.
In this week's Mac app roundup, you'll find a bit of science mixed with art, a way to write out all those complex equations that always swirl around in your head, and a great way to keep tabs on everything your business does.
In this week's Mac app roundup, you'll find software destined to explore new worlds, fix your photos, help you build some forms, and even find out everything you could possibly ever want to know about your Mac.
OS X Mavericks boasts a much improved built-in dictation tool. But how improved is it, really? David Sparks pits it against the established Mac transcription champ, Dragon Dictate.
Apple has rejected the latest version of TextExpander's iOS utility. Cupertino didn't like the fact that it relied on Reminders to share snippets with other apps. The developer, Smile Software, says it'll have to substantially revise the utility, then resubmit to the App Store.
One of the apps in this week's roundup helps you build the ultimate Kodak moment, while others help you stay more focused, more organized, and even more informed.
In this week's Mac app roundup, we'll help you organize your time, read your news, manage your every thought, and even … learn your ABCs.
You might be surprised to find that the latest Apple app to get an iOS 7 makeover is not, say, iBooks, but the underrated Remote app for controlling your iTunes libraries and Apple TV.