Rife as Mac OS X already is with slide-show capabilities, PhotoPresenter builds onto those and puts many more options and styles at your fingertips.
Apparently, while Microsoft was having its orientation classes, its new search engine, Bing, was off buying a Mac.
Apple has posted a downloadable video of its WWDC 2009 Keynote Address delivered by Phil Shiller and other senior Apple executives on the iTunes Store.
T-Mobile Netherlands has listed the technical specifications of the iPhone 3G S, including the processor speed and amount of onboard memory, on its website.
Monitor is a small and lightweight freeware application that seeks to put these regularly visited Web sites within easier reach.
With less than one week to go for WWDC, Apple’s preparations for the conference are in full swing.
Not only does the Palm Pre ape the iPhone’s Multi-touch features, word is it may also sync with iTunes just as if it were an iPhone or iPod.
Apple has set up an iPhone Web app to let employees know what’s on the Caffè Macs menu.
If you find yourself inundated with a huge assortment of documents that are difficult to track, a document organizer application like EagleFiler can help you sort the mess.
If you need to track licenses and registration information for a large number of applications, AppShelf is a great way to do so.
The latest ‘Get a Mac’ Web advertisement on The New York Times's site touts the company’s superior customer service.
What initially looked like a fake screenshot has turned out to be an actual temperature warning screen on the iPhone 3G.
As a low-cost alternative to some of pricier mobile dictionaries, WordDigest is a good choice, provided you can look past a few quirks typical of a just-released app.
After a several month hiatus, Apple has struck again with new ‘Get a Mac’ television commercials.
Have all those iPhone rumors left you scratching your head in confusion? You’ve come to the right place.