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Why Apple should relax its App Store rules

Apple's ecosystem has been successful, in part, by adapting its rules to the evolving needs of its users--but the pace of change has slowed, and problems are starting to pile up again.

The Week in iOS Apps: App.net spreads its wings

This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps features some of those "other" social media services.

The Week in iOS Apps: A thousand ways to organize your life

The advent of iOS has brought a number of ways to help users get organized. This week's roundup includes a few new and updated ways to do so.

The Week in iOS Apps: Sci-fi and fantasy

This week's roundup of new and updated apps features new entries from the Star Wars and Lord of the Rings franchises. Need we say more?

What your company needs to know about Apple's updated app-licensing scheme

Apple recently made things easier for businesses by introducing a new app licensing program--dubbed managed distribution--to replace the Volume Purchasing Program of old. Here's how it works.

Toca Mini review: Kids can make cute digital people

The latest from Toca Boca lets kids create digital characters on the iPad or iPhone.

Why iOS 7's auto-updating apps aren't always great

iOS 7 can download app updates in the background without your having to lift a finger. Sometimes, however, selectivity trumps convenience.

The Week in iOS Apps: A new look for some old friends

This week's roundup of apps brings plenty of old favorites, renovated with new looks and new features to ensure your iOS device stays central to your life.

The Week in iOS Apps: Image is everything

This week's roundup of iOS apps features plenty of new ways to make your iPhone images, moving or still, way cooler than they already are. Read on.

The Week in iOS Apps: Zombies and zom-bees

This week's roundup of iOS apps is full of the undead. But don't worry, we've also got apps available for real live human beings, too.