Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss the tech news of the week including Facebook's seeming disdain for privacy, Apple's Pride, Aperture hubbub, and iTunes U improvements.
Apple's reportedly building an in-house team to work on speech recognition research, but its in-house advertising team isn't doing so hot.
As in past years, Apple is offering a gift card to the Apple Store alongside the qualifying purchase of a Mac, iPad, or iPhone for the upcoming school year.
Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: Phones by the foot.
At its I/O developer conference, Google announced a slew of new products and technologies. But these five are targeted most directly at Apple.
If you read between the lines of Apple's recent announcements, you'll find that the company is turning user privacy into a key competitive advantage.
Apple's rolled out more channels on the Apple TV, Angela Ahrendts posts to Linked In, and more.
As Apple creates a standard for Lightning-powered headphones, is the company getting ready to ditch the venerable headphone jack from its devices?
In Episode 6 of his weekly video show, Jon Phillips riffs on iWatch development, wearables at Google I/O, and a breathing monitor that should never have been made.
WWDC may have come and gone with no new hardware, but for the astute Apple observer, there were plenty of clues to the product pipeline in what the company did announce.
Payments under the settlement agreement will depend on the outcome of Apple's appeal of a New York court's order.