Worth Reading: The Steve Jobs You Didn’t Know

Steve Jobs had a reputation for being harsh, mercurial, and demanding, but those who were close to him say that Jobs had a softer...

Worth Reading: ‘The Bold, Old Apple TV’

Apple's Spring Forward event certainly didn't disappoint—unless you're an Apple TV hopeful, that is. The HBO Now head-fake yanked away Apple TV fans' dreams of...

Worth Watching: The Real Reason The Gold Apple Watch Costs $10,000

Apple made waves when it announced that the gold Apple Watch Edition will start at $10,000. Sure, 10 grand is the going rate for luxury...

Worth Reading: TechCrunch Talks With Early Apple Watch Users

So this one is all credited to "people who have worn the Apple Watch", so you'll need to take it with a grain of...

Worth Reading: John Gruber On iOS App Pricing

Last Friday, Q Branch released an update to its notebook app Vesper that added landscape orientation, iPad support, and a few dollars to its price—a...

Worth Reading: Dan Moren On ‘Notification Pane Pain’

Proper notification systems for iOS and OS X were welcome additions when they arrived in iOS 5 and OS X Mountain Lion, respectively, but...

Worth Reading: What Happens When You Point A Dropcam Out Your...

Brian X. Chen, a tech reporter with the New York Times, bought a Dropcam at one point, but found its usefulness as a home...

Worth Reading: Rene Ritchie On Designing Apps For The Apple Watch

Rene Ritchie at iMore has some solid advice for developers looking to design apps for the Apple Watch: "When a device is more intimate, its interactions...

Worth Reading: The New Yorker Profiles Jony Ive

The New Yorker's piece on Jony Ive drops more names than a Robert Evans story, but it's still worth checking out: It provides lots of details on Jony...

Worth Reading: ‘Apple’s Plan To Empty Your Wallet’

Joshua Marino on Medium looks at what Apple has accomplished with Apple Pay and Passbook, and looks at where Apple may go next in...

Watch Random People React To Smartphone App Permissions Requests

Do you read the privacy policies or permissions requests for the apps and services you use every day? If you're like most people, your...

Worth Reading: iMore On TUAW’s Demise

My friend and former IDG colleague Serenity Caldwell shares her thoughts on TUAW's closure and the state of tech media: "To build a good niche blog,...