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The network is now using more than just likes and comments to figure out what to show you first.
Channels for Apple TV now timeshifts up to 30 minutes of live television from HDHomeRun tuners.
Microsoft quietly updated Outlook for iOS on Wednesday, with support for a calendar widget that makes it easy to see your schedule at a glance.
Business users who rely on cloud storage providers such as Dropbox and Box now have some improved tools in their collaboration arsenal, thanks to a set of integrations that Microsoft announced Wednesday.
Microsoft wants to provide a news feed on the iPhone for users' business interests, thanks to a project called News Pro from the company's Garage internal incubator.
Backblaze has long offered a pricey option for its online backup subscribers to restore their data via physical drives. But now it's free—if you send the drive back.
Sports from ESPN, comedy from Comedy Central, and original clips are coming to the most popular music streaming app.
Photo-editing iOS app now provides access to photo books, support for higher resolution images, and more.
Apple wants to revolutionize TV, but even ESPN execs realize that nailing down deals networks with is a struggle.
New tools for making music.
The new Music Memos app uses the iPhone’s built-in microphone to record audio in a high-quality, uncompressed format.
Live Loops features a large grid and users tap cells and columns to play looped instruments and samples.
YouTube fix, stability improvements, and more.
Apple shut down an iOS app that warms the light on your screen at night. That app's developers want back in.
iOS 9.3 public beta with Night Shift and OS X 10.11.4 public beta with Live Photos support are now available to public testers.
Time Warner isn't for sale, but Apple is reportedly eyeing its assets.