We break down all the Apple TV apps: what you'll find there, how much you'll pay for a subscription, and which cable provider logins are supported.
Apple's fixation with custom connectors is legendary, and the company's reported quest for a reversible USB plug is but the latest episode in a long chain of steps towards friendlier cables.
In this week's podcast we talk Apple and diversity, Facebook as humor filter, calling your mom, iPhone 6 rumors, and an effective Apple ad.
Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: You down with (reversible) USB?
Apple has reportedly developed its own network for delivering content more efficiently; Glenn Fleishman explains how it benefits users and what it might mean for debates over net neutrality.
The Wall Street Journal says that Apple is replacing the glass screen on its upcoming iPhone and rumored smartwatch with one made from sapphire. It's a move that's been a long-time coming.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss Apple's internal training program, App Store curation, women and tech, and what is and (mostly) isn't terrible about Facebook Messenger.
Apple's got two new commercials, the former Siri team is building an AI that might take over your world, and you can get some free iTunes credit when you buy an Apple TV.
Apple debuted a new section of its website centered around the company's diversity and inclusion policy. It contains a new video, a letter from CEO Tim Cook, and the company's U.S. employee demographic data.
The New York Times peers into Apple University, the technology company's internal training resource. A fascinating read, especially if you're curious as to how Picasso relates to Apple products.