This week's roundup of new and updated Mac apps comes hot on the heels of OS X Yosemite's launch, which means that many of our favourite software products have been updated to support Apple's latest operating system.
The early word is out on the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3.
Starting with an invite-only beta, Inbox brings the intelligence of Google Now to your Google mail.
An initiative called 'Microsoft Garage' unleashes small-scale apps on rival platforms.
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It launches for $300, with Barnes & Noble throwing in $200 of Nook content.
If you're looking to spice up your Raspberry Pi projects with an easy touchscreen addition, you may not have long to wait.
New update adds smarter battery management, better timekeeping and a few other tweaks.
Network attached storage may be your best bet to get those unruly pictures, music files, and videos under control in a flash. Here's your plan of attack.
For Google, mapping the world's darkest corners means relying on some very odd Street View vehicles.
Connected devices raise new concerns about personal data.
The popular video-sharing app is now optimized for larger iPhone displays and uses share extensions.
Get suggestions for pumping up the energy or a soulful afternoon, but only if you're an All Access subscriber.
We’re not sure exactly what that would be, but it was the most bizarre result from a wearables survey that showed predictably high interest in Apple Watch.
The newly published tutorial sucks you into Google services - all of which work on iOS if you ever want to switch back.