- Apple slowly rebuilds Maps with their own data - without sacrificing your pirivacy.
- Who is reading your email? And, more importantly, who is writing sensationalist headlines about it?
- iOS 12 and macOS Mojave betas: they are called "beta" for a reason, folks.
- Is the Mac line withering away?
- Apple's plans for a music/tv/news bundle.
- DIY nerve gas detector with iPhone and Lego.
- Pikachu is hiding in the tall grass!
Picks of the Week
- Rene's Pick: AirFly for wireless headphones
- Andy's Pick: Google Play Music Desktop Player
- Alex's Pick: Audio Kit Sync One
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- Apple’s Next Laptops Could Be More iPhone Than Mac
- Apple's new macOS Mojave optimizes the Mac for iOS users, not PC switchers
- Apple Eyes Streaming Bundle for TV, Music and News — The Information
- Lego and iPhone connect for low-cost nerve gas detector - CNET
- Niantic shows off a stunning AR demo that lets Pikachu hide behind real-world objects
- Apple is now selling a smart ball that records data as you play
- AirFly for Wireless Headphones
- Google Play Music Desktop Player
- Audio Kit Sync One