Curious about what you can do with text on your iPhone or iPad? Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell offers a few tips in this week's Macworld video.
You can’t build fast networks and expect customers to perform slow-network tasks on them because doing otherwise breaks the bank. Christopher Breen weighs in on what can be done to satisfy customers and carriers.
We've got Tim Cook calling in an air strike on AT&T, a stealth Siri feature of iOS 5.1, and Microsoft nuking Apple devices from orbit.
We turn our attention to the other piece of hardware Apple released in March -- the new Apple TV, with its updated interface and support for 1080p video.
The DVD-streaming service Zediva announced late last year that it knew customers were owed refunds and that it was planning its next steps. Over the weekend, the company announced that those next steps, in fact, do not involve refunding customers.
Jason Snell reviews the 1080p Apple TV, which is essentially the 720p Apple TV with support for better-looking videos.
To paraphrase Huey Lewis, Apple products are a bit like the power of love: you don't need money, don't take fame--you just need a credit card to ride this train. Meanwhile, Canadians get on speaking terms with Siri and a centuries old publication bids adieu to the physical realm.
Joel Mathis is on the lookout for a great third-party podcast manager for his iOS devices. His criteria: It works on multiple devices, it takes advantage of AirPlay, and it delivers more than just podcast playback. And the winner is...
Former Apple exec Ron Johnson is in the spotlight, Apple brings the curtain down on any idea of a "Kindle threat," and iTunes Match now allows for encore performances of some movies.
On Wednesday, Apple introduced a new version of its Apple TV media player, but the company also brought all of that model's software improvements to its predecessor, via Apple TV Software Update 5.0. Here's a look at what the new software brings to both the second- and third-generation Apple TV.