When sales of hardware like the iPhone level off, selling loyal customers monthly subscriptions is a great way to keep growing.
The chat app Slack can replace meetings, reduce email, and blend productivity with silly GIFs, all day long.
Sales continue to slide, and Jason Snell wonders when we'll hit the bottom.
Apple set revenue records yet again, but next quarter's guidance still made this a strangely negative conference call with analysts.
Running a Mac server isn't for everyone, but it can be useful. Jason Snell breaks down the reasons why you should consider it, and why you should skip it.
Jason Snell assumed the touchscreen generation would prefer tablets to laptops. In at least one case, in his very own household, he was wrong.
The WSJ says Apple has reduced iPhone orders from its suppliers. Even if that's true, it doesn't automatically mean the iPhone is doomed.
Jason Snell makes his predictions for Apple's Mac lineup in the new year.
Jason Snell's first experience with smart-home tech was not a successful one, but this time around, an IFTTT recipe helped make him a believer.
Apple's giant tablet has been out a few weeks, so where are the app updates and accessories?
Jason Snell gives thanks for the tech that's improved his life this year.
From software quirks to autocorrect woes, the iPad Pro can be tricky to type on whether you're tapping on glass or a real keyboard.
The Apple TV's limit of one paired Siri Remote is holding it back...and preventing the iPhone from acting as that second Siri Remote.
Emoji are adorable, but a better search tool on iOS would make them even more fun to use. (Insert emoji-unicorn here).
Perhaps Apple should take a page from Amazon's book.