If you've been feeling iPhone 6 rumor fatigue over the last few weeks, that suffering is finally coming to an end in less than two weeks — but not before we extract a few more tidbits about Apple's supposed NFC plans first. Friday's Morning Report also closes out the week with a look at a 64-bit beta of Chrome for Mac and a new connected security camera, so jump forward for the details.
May the Fourth be with you! That's what you'll be saying in two days, so we've got a heaping helping of Star Wars apps to slake your thirst to revisit George Lucas' realms. And if you don't care for a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away gaming, then we've got quite a few other options for you. So let's dive in.
"Second brain" service Evernote has taken heat in recent weeks, with users accusing the company of working overtime to add new features at the expense of usability and speed -- and at least one of those problems has now been resolved.
It was an anniversary week with the iPhone celebrating its seventh birthday and we've got the Mac closing in on its 30th later this month. Yes, January has been good for Apple fans. Unfortunately, we don't have any good news on the iWatch front for you just yet. Nevertheless, this week, like nearly every week, there was something cooking on the old news front. Let's see what's what.
There may be plenty of Mac apps for converting DVDs into iTunes-friendly files, but few are capable of adding the metadata required to make them look their best -- a task the new iFlicks 2 appears to do in style.
When you're seeking a quick burst of interactive entertainment on your Mac, there's no place more convenient to find it than the built-in Mac App Store. While its diverse offerings include the latest and greatest big-budget affairs at appropriately sizable prices, Apple's Mac storefront also features a wide array of low-priced offerings. Not all such offerings are worthwhile affairs, but many thankfully are, and we've scoured the listings to find the best of the bunch. Check out our picks below for the 25 best Mac App Store games available today, and be sure to keep an eye out as we update this list in the months to come.
If there's one thing we can't abide, it's the awful, low-priced design software companies have dished out for years on the Mac -- which is why we're so excited to see a quality developer like Chronos reinvent the wheel with one of their own.
Whew! It's only Thursday, but it feels like we've already experienced a full week after hitting the ground running in Los Angeles on Monday and Tuesday at Adobe MAX 2013. There's been a number of notable product introductions over the last few days you might have missed, so here's a quick recap of a handful of those while we catch our breath.