Selective desaturation can really call attention to a photo by removing all the color except for one designated area. ColorSplash brings this image-editing capability to the iPhone, with eye-catching results.
Yahoo is preparing to launch an iPhone version of its instant messenger client and has posted a preview video on their blog.
Unlike previous versions of the software, iWeb 3.0.1 no longer selectively republishes only updated pages of your websites.
Apple released iMovie 8.0.1 last week with little notice of what the update contained. Turns out it adds a few significant features and a major bug fix.
Both Apple and AT&T have spoken about plans for tethering, the ability to share your iPhone's cell data connection with your computer. Aayush Arya looks into what this could mean.
Microsoft's swing-and-a-miss advertising spots continue with a search for a sub-$1,000 notebook computer.
Is buying the MacHeist 3 bundle a mistake? After hearing both sides of the argument, Aayush Arya doesn't think so.
As of the end of last week, the online Apple Store reports that the company's iPhone Bluetooth Headset has been discontinued.
Another potential iPhone 3.0 feature, "Find my iPhone", has been uncovered by some sites poking into beta versions of the new software.
A screenshot shows that iPhone OS 3.0 may lift the 10MB limit on podcasts downloaded over the cellular network.
Apple's now posted the full iPhone 3.0 keynote event as a downloadable podcast on the iTunes Store.
The iPhone hasn’t really caught on in India. But Aayush Arya thinks that the revamped Messages app in the upcoming iPhone 3.0 release may change that.
In a rare show of openness, the team behind Apple's Movie Trailers page has started a Twitter account.
Ahead of introducing new features in its iPhone 3.0 software, Apple talked about the success of the iPhone and App Store to date.
Consisting of a very small assortment of parts, the new iPod shuffle is one of the simplest iPods to take apart.