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Apple launches free MobileMe Gallery iPhone app

A new application from Apple allows MobileMe subscribers to view their own galleries as well as those of their contacts.

Mac developers band together to aid Haiti earthquake victims

Mac developers like Mike Piatek-Jimenez, Justin Williams, Peter Berglund, and several others have decided to donate proceeds of their software sales to charities working for the benefit of earthquake victims in Haiti.

Apple quietly adds new Mac Pro and Xserve configurations

In order to bring a little more parity to the Mac lineup, Apple has added new CPU and storage configurations to the Mac Pro and memory and storage configurations to the Xserve.

Count down to the holidays with free games from Appvent Calendar

An event organized by Blacksmith Games is offering an iPhone game for free from December 1 through December 22.

Apple Store offers free shipping for holiday shoppers

Apple has made standard shipping free for all products on the Apple Online Store from now until December 23.

Black Friday deals for Mac and iPhone software

’Tis the season of festivities and shopping and these great deals on Mac and iPhone software are just what you need.

Opinion: Why the delay on the iPhone 3GS in India?

Despite Apple's promise to release the iPhone 3GS around the world by August, Aayush Arya notes that the phone still hasn’t shown up in at least ten countries around the world, including India.

Apple posts guidelines on 27-inch iMac’s Target Display mode

The new 27-inch iMacs can serve as external displays for other devices. An Apple support document lets you know how to get the most out of the new feature.

Rogue Amoeba quits iPhone development over App Store issues

Established Mac and iPhone developer Rogue Amoeba walks out of the App Store after yet another botched app submission.

Microsoft denies employee’s comments about copying Apple

When a Microsoft employee said in an interview that Windows 7 took some inspiration from Mac OS X, Microsoft quickly chimed in to let us know that he was incorrect and inaccurate.

MacUpdate Desktop 5 adds smart scanning, drops price

A major update to MacUpdate Desktop brings a refined user interface and features such as smart scanning and one-click updating, in addition to a lower price.

Accessory and app combo bring HD Radio to iPhone

Gigaware’s latest hardware accessory and companion app add HD radio capabilities to the iPhone and iPod touch.

New iMacs get touchscreens, courtesy of Troll Touch

Troll Touch brings their touchscreen installation options to the new 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMacs released in late 2009.

Google launches music search

Google’s newfound music searching capabilities will allow you to preview and purchase tracks right from the first page of search results.

Report: Apple plans store changes for holidays

Apple’s plans for the upcoming holidays includes new t-shirts for Apple Store employees and a more efficient checkout process.