LinkedIn’s team started from scratch.
Time to update your apps if you haven’t yet.
Apple is the king of devices in a world that’s gone fully to the cloud. The contrast with Android couldn’t be clearer.
Maybe iCloud will be more appealing to cloud developers with free storage.
Swift is supposed to make it much easier to build iOS apps. That could blow up the entire app market by lowering the cost of entry.
Two—and Siri doesn’t count.
Giving customers features they want—even if they’re copied from Android—is a welcome development.
Bing will be the default search on OS X Yosemite, and Safari users will have the option to set the default search to DuckDuckGo on both new Mac and mobile operating systems.
It’s relatively easy to download and install the beta version of Apple’s iOS 8.
No smartwatch? No problem.
It’s free, but Apple is only taking a million testers.
No iWatch, no Macs, no Apple TV, no new Maps. Even the iBeacon got no chance to shine.
The company has quietly pulled the plug on a device it was still actively pushing earlier this year.
With 4,000 new APIs, iOS 8 is the biggest launch for Apple developers in six years.
At WWDC, Apple released a slew of much-needed updates to its marketplace for apps.
At long last, you can download new keyboards to use on the iPhone and iPad.
Apple unveils plans for an iPhone-driven smart home at WWDC. Introducing…HomeKit.
The latest version of Apple’s operating system for iPhones and iPads is packed with new features. Here’s a handy guide.
One place to gather together the health information that apps and wearables generate.
The follow-up to Apple’s OS X Mavericks brings Apple’s Mac and iOS worlds together at last. The beta will be available soon.