One analyst contends that Apple's real business model is storage, which at least explains why it's building such a huge new headquarters. Plus, your iMessages are really way more secure than they probably need to be.
Apple's iTunes Store opened 10 years ago this month, growing dramatically over the last 10 years. But has it gotten a little too unwieldy? We discuss that on this episode of the Macworld Podcast. Also, Dan Moren explains last week's T-Mobile news.
Lodsys, the patent-holding company that first made waves a couple years ago, filed suit this week against a slew of iOS developers.
SlideShark on Tuesday updated its popular productivity app for iPhone and iPad, introducing a feature that lets users broadcast live PowerPoint presentations to clients, colleagues, and other viewers at remote locations.
Audiobus is a cool utility that allows you to route audio between iOS music apps. With GarageBand now compatible, Audiobus is even more valuable to mobile musicians.
Nokia's chief executive officer executes an iPhone, Jony Ive's team cozies up with Apple's software folks, and now you'll know exactly which apps might try to take a bite out of your wallet after you download.
Whether it's making reservations or making gazpacho, this week's roundup of new and updated apps for the iPhone and iPad has you covered.
Simply put, version 1.2 of Apple's Podcasts app is the one the company should have first released.
Apple's still tops in smartphone smiles, Google's chairman lodges a foot in his mouth yet again, and a satirical game gets the boot from the App Store.
This week's roundup of iOS apps includes a focus on "body positivity," healthy eating, and some new new twists on classic games.