Don't-Miss Software Stories
Your local Apple store has free programs that can teach kids how to code, work with robots, and more.
CEO Tim Cook confirms that Apple is working on an autonomous driving system, but stops short of saying the company is working on a full-fledged vehicle.
Big action affairs, clever indie concoctions, and plenty more worth playing right now.
Swift isn’t just for making apps anymore. Students can learn how to write code to control products from Lego, Parrot, Sphero, and more.
Apple confirmed that this year's keynote will be live-streamed. So, you can watch live as Tim Cook unveils new software updates, plus potentially all-new products.
Starting June 15, you have to use a unique password for non-Apple contacts, calendar, and email apps, but Apple isn’t going far enough.
This week's roundup features a new Siri competitor from Google, new apps for kids and several "get things done" offerings for the adults.
A leading independent Mac and iOS development company has chagrin, but says no customer or financial information leaked, nor was its website compromised.
If you're only an occasional user of Windows on a Mac, make sure you don't get hit by current worms.
Apple's iTunes is joining Spotify in Microsoft's Windows Store.
Opera 45 lets you easily share content with friends thanks to built-in messaging features.
OSX/Dok is now blocked, but it didn’t rely on any system exploits to install.
You're sure to find something fun in this packed month of new releases.
Uber got in some hot water with Apple, but it was all handled behind the scenes, while Glenn thinks that users should have been alerted.
Apple headlines for the week ending April 21, 2017.