The “social magazine” has given its iOS apps new sections which let you browse for books in Apple’s iBookstore.
The smartphone maker wants to be a major mapping provider on all sorts of devices, including ones from its competitors.
Slate’s Farhad Manjoo is worried about the abrupt departure of Microsoft’s Windows chief.
After a year’s absence, the healthy-living gadget is back in a version which aims to eliminate the first edition’s kinks.
Microsoft’s controversial Windows honcho is gone. We can’t judge his legacy until it’s clearer what people think about Windows 8 and Surface.
Contrary to first impressions, this tablet runs an old version of Android, not a new version of Windows. But it’s still an intriguing little gadget.
It’s not clear how robust demand for the iPad Mini is. But I have some theories on way it might be relatively low.
Android 4.2 is debuting on this new 10″ tablet and 4.7″ phone, two impressive pieces of hardware at attractive prices.
Apple’s new tablet is both a smaller, cheaper alternative to the big iPad and a larger, posher rival to 7-inch Android models.
The new Nook doesn’t have the most features, but it’s got a good screen in a featherweight package — and no ads.
An executive shuffling at Apple leaves its legendary industrial designer in charge of the whole interface experience.
Microsoft’s underdog of a mobile operating system was already really good. It looks even better now. But it’s still not clear how the company can translate that into market success.