Hours after releasing its highly anticipated Gmail app for iOS devices on Wednesday, Google pulled the app, citing a bug involving notifications.
Just in time for NaNoWriMo, Hog Bay Software on Monday released WriteRoom 3.0 for Mac, an update that includes full Lion support and more.
LetterMpress is an excellent app for typography lovers, creative types, and anyone interested in learning how a letterpress works.
On Thursday, Bloomberg TV released its new Bloomberg TV+ app, providing a 24-hour live broadcast of its television programming, and more.
Mac accessory maker Twelve South released on Tuesday BassJump 2, an updated version of its original, USB-powered subwoofer.
Subtext, a new iPad reading app released on Tuesday, aims to enhance your e-reading experience with notes from authors, experts, and Subtext community members.
On Saturday, hundreds of people left their DSLRs at home and headed to San Francisco with only their iPhones to attend 1197—the first conference devoted to mobile photography.
Canon has announced its new Canon EOS-1D X DSLR, a high-speed, 18-megapixel professional level camera that replaces the company’s EOS-1Ds Mark III and EOS-1D Mark IV models.
The Hex Varsity exudes comfort and style, holds a laptop and an iPad, and is a great everyday bag for use anywhere from the boardroom to the classroom to the coffee shop.
The iPhone 4S went on sale Friday, and crowds flocked to Apple Stores around the world to get their hands on the newest iPhone.
With iOS 5, your iPad 2 will gain several new multitouch gestures for working with apps and the multitasking bar. Alexandra Chang goes over the new additions.
With iCloud, you’ll be able to wirelessly sync your contacts, calendars, mail, documents, photos, and more across all your devices.
Here are seven apps that take advantage of the iPad’s interface and size, and turn it into a productive photography tool.
Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S, updated iPods, and talked iCloud and iOS 5 at its Tuesday event. Here are some images and recaps of the Cupertino event.
Selectively removing color from an image can create stunning results. Color Splash Studio focuses on such selective desaturation, and it does that job incredibly well.