After an extended public beta period earlier this year, Microsoft finally took the wraps off Office 2016 for Mac — including the latest version of Word — in July, making it available first to Office 365 subscribers, with a standalone version set to arrive later this month. In addition to a more streamlined, Retina Display-ready user interface in line with the company's mobile apps, Office 2016 debuts new OS X-friendly options like full-screen view and multitouch gestures. But that's not all: Word 2016 has a few other tricks up its sleeve, and we're here to walk you through seven features you might have overlooked after installing the latest edition of this venerable word processor.
There's plenty to love about iOS 9, but iPad users in particular will want to upgrade immediately, thanks to a bevy of new features outlined by senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi during WWDC 2015 — not the least of which is split-screen multitasking.
Apple today announced that more than one million locations will accept Apple Pay as of next month, just one of many new features arriving on the mobile payment service between now and the arrival of iOS 9 this fall.
Following an introduction by CEO Tim Cook, Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi took the stage at the company's headquarters in Cupertino to bring us up to date on the recent iOS 8 update as well as OS X Yosemite.
Online security is on the minds of all internet users right now in the wake of Heartbleed, so there's no better time than the present to unleash one of the biggest updates yet for the iOS version of user favorite 1Password.
In the 1992 feature film Passenger 57, Wesley Snipe's heroic character coined the phrase, "always bet on black" -- a mantra that appears to also be on the minds of Spotify developers with their latest iOS update.
For many of us, the first sign we're getting older is when we start squinting at our Mac display to read text or look at a thumbnail image. Apparently the creators of Tweetbot have the same problem, judging from their latest Mac update.
OS X Mavericks' built-in Dictation feature got you down? The makers of Dragon Dictate have just released a big update to their Mac version, and this one even comes with the ability to transcribe text from any existing audio file as well.