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Facebook continues its mission to become a "video-first" company.
Office Insiders on the Mac's slow ring can tap away on the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar.
For $199, you can get Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3.
Users of Microsoft's Outlook app for iPhone and iPad can now get work done quicker using third-party integrations.
Facebook is reportedly working on a tvOS app to bring its videos to your living room.
Developers looking to build a mobile browser for iOS can now start with Google’s Chromium project.
Have some fresh fun with these enticing new Mac picks.
Dropbox just announced the general availability of its Paper document collaboration service, along with the closed beta of a Smart Sync feature that gives users easy access to every file shared with them in Dropbox.
Apple has joined rivals as it takes a step ahead to advance research and development of artificial intelligence technologies.
Chrome and Firefox will warn you when you try to login to a site without HTTPS.
Night Shift, the feature that's made iOS devices easier on your eyes, is coming to the Mac—but will it actually help you get a better night's sleep?
MacPaw’s bold subscription-based app marketplace offers an easy way to discover a variety of curated apps and utilities.
Wine 2.0 is finally here, and with it new features, and a new development release schedule for Wine.
MacPaw’s new subscription service is intended to be an alternative to the Mac App Store, to benefit developers and consumers alike.
Microsoft gave users and administrators of OneDrive for Business some new features on Tuesday that they’ve requested for a while.