The streaming-music app is set to evolve beyond audio this week. Also, Snapchat may be getting new video calling features, and Cortana nags about email promises.
Arrange and play samples with the new Live Loops interface, or let AI drummers add a human touch.
An app for quickly capturing songs, complete with a built-in backing band.
With a juicy logo, the new social app has everyone talking. Bridget Carey gives a well-rounded report on Peach, along with news about Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Apple's iOS 9.3.
Microsoft is killing support for those older browsers as of January 12. Your alternatives include upgrading to IE 11, switching to a rival browser or jumping to Windows 10 to get the Edge browser.
Dietsensor wants to make it easier for consumers to log food intake.
Owners of Garmin's fitness trackers will soon be able to receive personalized smart coaching and feedback on their daily activities.
The feature is currently in beta, but open to all.
Adobe continues its Photoshop facelift for the flat-interface era and debuts the integration of Fuse 3D poses and animations.
The first iteration of Adobe's acquisition of Mixamo's Fuse is neat but needs some revamping. It's currently in preview.
A lot of small tweaks to Photoshop and Adobe's first outing for its Fuse people-modeling and compositing technology debut.
Perform your finest Jedi mind tricks to discover all the Star Wars features Google has hidden in its apps.