In recent weeks, multiple carriers including AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, have been competing to offer customers additional data, and today, both Verizon and AT&T have announced more revised data plans that will see customers gaining extra data at no added cost. AT&T is now offering additional data for its $40 and $70 Mobile Share Value ...continue reading AT&T and Verizon Boost Monthly Wireless Data in Ongoing Competition [iOS Blog]

By Katie Marsal Calling it "challenging" and "unfamiliar," Nine Inc Nails rocker and film composer Trent Reznor has revealed he is deeply involved in a secretive music delivery product in the works at Apple. Reznor revealed his participation in a new interview with Billboard published Friday, saying that the new project came about from Apple's ...continue reading Musician Trent Reznor working on secret music delivery project at Apple

By AppleInsider Staff The popular Philips Hue connected LED lightbulbs reached a new milestone this week, with more than 200 third-party applications for iOS now compatible with the smart home accessory. Applications that tap into the Hue bulbs are possible thanks to an official software development kit and official application programming interfaces made public by ...continue reading Philips Hue connected bulbs now supported by over 200 third-party iOS apps

By Sam Oliver In releasing a new version of Outlook for Mac on Friday, Microsoft also revealed will launch an update to its Office suite for Mac next year, allowing users to test it in the first half of 2015 before a launch sometime in the second half of the year. The news was shared ...continue reading Microsoft says public beta of new Office for Mac coming in first half of 2015

By Neil Hughes Speaking at a live event this week, Apple's chief designer Jony Ive said creating the forthcoming Apple Watch was a "humbling" experience that presented an even greater challenge than designing the iPhone, due to the legacy of traditional wrist watches. In statements made at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Ive ...continue reading 'Historical implications' made Apple Watch more difficult to design than original iPhone, Jony Ive says

By Sam Oliver Apple's new Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite, appears to have bugs related to Wi-Fi connections, with users reporting slow transfer speeds and dropped signals after upgrading. Many of the issues are detailed in a growing thread on the Apple Support Communities forums, which as of Friday morning has nearly 80,000 views ...continue reading Users report slow Wi-Fi, dropped connections after upgrading to Apple's OS X Yosemite

Exclusive By Katie Marsal In the spirit of Halloween, AI has teamed up with one of Apple's leading Authorized Resellers to offer a "spooktacular" $75 in instant savings on two dozen different configurations of Apple's brand new iMac with Retina 5K display, joining an earlier offer that knocks $150 off the baseline retail model. From ...continue reading One-day sale knocks $75 off two-dozen Apple iMac with Retina 5K display configurations

With the growing popularity and declining cost of solid-state drives (SSDs) for Macs and other personal computers, users have becoming increasingly interested in putting third-party SSDs into their machines. But one issue Mac users have been running into involves support for TRIM, a system-level command that allows the operating system and the drive to communicate ...continue reading First Third-Party SSD With Native OS X TRIM Support Launched by Angelbird

In celebration of the Halloween holiday, Apple, app developers, and retailers are all offering significant discounts on a range of movies, apps, and Apple accessories. We've rounded up some of the best of the holiday deals, which can be found below. Movies Apple has discounted a slew of scary movies to celebrate Halloween, offering both ...continue reading Halloween Deals: Discounts on Scary Movies, Apps, Apple Accessories, and More [Mac Blog]

Step up your tech game this school year The school year is well under way, and teachers can use all the help they can get when it comes to keeping kids focused. The right iPad apps let teachers create dazzling lessons, quickly update parents, and stay organized without going crazy.  If you're a teacher, you ...continue reading An app a day helps a teacher stay sane: How your iPad can keep kids on track