The company's storytelling apps come to the Web
Apple has updated its iTunes app for Mac and Windows, but it's unclear if the company has addressed the music deletion issue that it had previously acknowledged.
A report claims that Apple will ditch downloads sometime in the next few years. Apple says no.
Jettisoning need for a Web browser, new app promises a more streamlined process for chatting with friends and family.
Some minor changes expected in the next edition of Apple's desktop music software could make a major difference in terms of ease of use.
Chrome is now officially No. 1, according to Web tracker Net Market Share, as Microsoft's IE continues to lose traction.
The new apps are designed to iPhone owners better manage medical conditions like depression and diabetes.
That number is double the 6.5 million from last October as Apple's music business may finally be on the rise.
GoPro launches a developer program to make your camera do new things.
The latest version of CyberLink's PowerDVD software now includes a dedicated TV mode and Chromecast streaming, in addition to future 4K Blu-ray support.
Ads and animations built with Flash won't fire up on their own. You'll have to explicitly click to play them.
The software giant is trying a novel approach to that whole we-hate-ads-on-the-Internet thing.