David Lynch directs the video for Nine Inch Nail’s first single off their forthcoming album.
The Pixies have released “Bagboy” as a free single for download from their Web site – first new music from them in nine years.
Kickstarter’s headed to the Great White North.
Thunderstruck on bagpipes! With fire!
Federico Viticci wonders if Apple will ever truly embrace games as a medium.
Peter’s leaving Angry Mac Bastards, and this is why.
Richard Matheson, acclaimed and prolific horror, fantasy and science fiction writer, has passed away at age 87.
Important men’s grooming advice from a man with a thick, luxurious beard.
J Kenji Lopez-Alt offers tips on how to use a beer cooler to get your steak the perfect temperature inside.
Microsoft has reversed its fucking stupid bullshit policies about the Xbox One’s persistent connection and used game DRM.
Stephen Hackett argues that Apple’s developer NDA is worse than useless because so many people ignore it, but still feels like he should honor it.
A funny cover of “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” repurposed for Massholes.
Adobe has released the major updates to Creative Cloud apps it showed off in May at its MAX conference.
Ben Bajarin thinks battery life will be the dominating factor that pushes PC sales forward.
I tripped balls with Andrew Stone at AltWWDC.
Kim Deal is done with the Pixies, according to a statement from the band.
App Camp for Girls. Give them money. We did.
Mark Zuckerberg strongly denies Facebook is part of the PRISM program.
ConnectED is a new Obama administration initiative that hopes to see high speed broadband Internet access in 99 percent of US schools within five years.
Peter was featured on this week’s Maccast with Adam Christianson, talking about next week’s WWDC.
Intel is offically calling Falcon Ridge “Thunderbolt 2” instead.
New versions of BBEdit and TextWrangler are afoot.
Is Owen there?
Jim was our special guest on this week’s iMore Show podcast, talking about WWDC and making fun of me every chance he got.
Researchers claim to have developed a charger that can inject malware into an iOS device, like something out of a spy movie.
Oculus Rift co-founder Andrew Scott Reisse was killed when a Dodge Charger involved in a police chase struck him a crosswalk.
The iPhone gained marketshare and Android dipped slightly, despite the onslaught of Samsung’s Galaxy S4.
AT&T’s “It’s Not Complicated” ads are among the funniest on TV. Adweek takes a look at how they’re made.
The LAPD stormed an independent game studio last night after a curious designer pressed a recently-installed panic button to see what would happen.
The iMore Show 351 is up, with Peter, Rene Ritchie, Derek Kessler and special guest David Barnard (of App Cubby).