Now here's one of those no-brainer kind of deals: Until midnight tonight, music fans can download U2's latest single absolutely free, and one of the nation's largest banks will donate a dollar to Product (RED).
After what feels like forever, Apple is finally giving us the chance to send books as gifts from the iBookstoe. As Macworld notes, the book section is the one spot in the iTunes store where users couldn't send gifts to their loved ones, as the feature could be find in the neighboring sections for music, movies, and television programs.
2013 is winding down (and quickly!), so we can expect to see an awful lot of "best of" lists making the rounds over the next two weeks -- and Apple is getting a jump on that tradition with one of its own.
Sure, there were new iPads in big and little configuration on display this week, but what really seems to have caught our fancy is Mavericks. That’ll all change of course once we get our hot little hands on these new models, but until we give that a spin for you, here’s what happened on your Mac this week.
There are exactly 106 lost episodes of the classic BBC television show Doctor Who -- or at least there were, now that nine such gems were discovered earlier this year and are now available from iTunes.
Apple appears to be getting all of its ducks in a row ahead of the iOS 7 release this fall, including two significant changes to its App Store Review Guidelines related to apps intended for kids or online gamblers.
Still need to add the Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings movies to your collection? If you act quickly, you can get them for dirt cheap thanks to a limited-time bundle sale going on right now at the iTunes Store.
Vladimir Putin may not want to give America Edward J. Snowden, but America -- and more specifically Apple -- just gave Russians a big gift in the form of an official online store for buying Cupertino's wares.