Apple dumped so much information on us at Monday's WWDC keynote, we let a few good stories go by without remark. Here's what you might have missed.
Apple is building a future in which sales numbers for the Mac (or for the Next Big Thing) don’t matter as much as the the users who hook into it and the stories they want to tell.
This year’s WWDC keynote was packed with new technologies for iOS and OS X. While that's great for users, it could spell trouble for a number of competing products from other vendors.
Swift isn't just Apple's new programming language, it's also further proof that Flappy Bird is the new 'Hello, world' for game development.
Until now, Apple's attitude toward app stores has been "bigger is better." But the company's efforts to improve app discovery suggest a new attitude is coming to Cupertino.
An update to the App Store guidelines suggests cryptocurrency apps are welcome.
Apple showed off previews of the next version of OS X and iOS at its Worldwide Developers Conference. Here are the features that have us excited about these updates.
Apple describes the recipients as apps that “raise the bar in design, technology and innovation.” Here are this year’s winners.
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference with a preview of OS X Yosemite, the next update to its desktop operating system.
Better notifications, the new Spotlight search app and an improved Mail app are highlights in the new, free upgrade coming this fall. Sign up for the public beta to enjoy it all even earlier.
Soon you'll be able to ask Siri to close your garage door, and have your house light up as you approach.
At every WWDC keynote, Apple execs drop a slew of numbers to demonstrate Apple's continued health. Here's this year's report card.