Apple will launch Wi-Fi iPads in China on Friday, September 17 with free Personal Setup service and workshops at Apple Stores.
Review is an app that lets you send your app designs directly to the iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 4 using a menu item on the Mac or straight from Photoshop.
Tap Tap Tap's Camera+ app was pulled from the App Store due to a hidden feature that violated Apple's developer agreement.
Some 40 apps from a mobile developer have been pulled from the App Store after they surged into the top paid apps listings in the Books category for no apparent reason.
Popular gaming channel G4TV launched a comprehensive iPhone app on the eve of E3 but massive viewership crashed the website and took the app with it.
Popular mobile office suite Quickoffice is now available for the iPad with several new features and interface enhancements over its iPhone version.
Fox Sports Interactive released an iPhone app to keep football fans up to date with news from World Cup 2010 in South Africa
Seesmic has released its social networking app for the iPhone which connects to Twitter, Facebook, and through Ping.fm, dozens of other social networks and blog services.
Qik's Video Camera app, which disappeared from the App Store last month, has reappeared with a new name and new features.
Former Apple Tony Fadell, who was instrumental in the creation of the iPod, formally bids farewell to Apple.
The popular Qik Video Camera app, which brought video recording to older iPhones, has disappeared from the App Store without explanation.
After announcing a cutback to Android development last week, the mobile games developer seemingly does the opposite and announced further support instead
Apple is aiming to open up to 50 new stores next year with longer Genius Bars and larger stores. Most of the stores will be outside the United States.
Book-seller Barnes & Noble has been sued by a company called Spring Design, which alleges that the recently announced Nook e-book reader infringes on its intellectual property.
Microsoft has announced that they will continue to support Office for Mac 2004 until 2010.
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