Don't-Miss Software Stories
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.
Facebook is making it possible to hang out with your friends in virtual reality using Spaces, a new app the company launched Tuesday for the Oculus Rift. The app will allow people to join a shared, immersive video call, represented by a personalized avatar.
Apple has changed the prcing for iMovie, GarageBand, and the iWork apps. They’re now free.
A new service called Uber Central is aimed at making it easier for companies to hail Uber cars on other people’s behalf.
The Internet Archive's newest collection lets you try classic Macintosh desktop systems, as well as software like MacPaint and MacWrite.
Apple joins Google, Uber, Tesla, and BMW in testing autonomous driving technology.
Adobe's Elements 15 software is on sale at most online retailers, but today Amazon has the best price on the pair.