Apple has made another acquisition, may be planning a new push to get iPhone users to upgrade, and isn't really making headphones with health sensors (probably).
One of the apps in this week's roundup takes you to infinity and beyond, while another grounds your business firmly to Earth. In between, you'll find ways to get things organized, go on a trip, and stash away the entire Web for later.
The class-action suit accused companies of entering into secret agreements not to hire workers.
Time is of the essence in this week's app roundup. Whether it's keeping track of it, knowing when it comes, or just figuring out how much of it is left, we've got an app that can cover your every need.
Ahead of Earth Day, Apple has revamped the environmental section of its website, featuring an update on its progress and a video narrated by Tim Cook.
On Wednesday, Apple will dish on its second-quarter earnings. Dan Moren runs down what you can expect from the company's conference call.
Time is money, and your iPhone and ipad can track the amount of hours you work. Here's a roundup of timekeeping apps that'll make sure you get paid.
You might think this is a category where Intuit's QuickBooks is king, but on the Mac, QuickBooks has some stiff competition—and it doesn't keep up.
Apple confirmed to TechCrunch that it bought U.K.-based speech-recognition firm Novauris last year, suggesting the company is focusing on improving its virtual assistant, Siri.
One of the apps in this week's Mac roundup may not let you discover a killer gamma ray, but it will certainly help you explain how it works if you do.