At Apple Stores across the U.S. and in eight other countries, the iPhone 5 has arrived. We've got reports and pictures from New York, London, and Paris.
This week's roundup of the latest iPhone 4 cases includes models providing both protection and functionality.
The iPad 2 descended on retail outlets Friday and so did customers eager to get their hands on Apple's latest tablet. We've got reports from Apple Stores around the country.
It's this week's installment of new iPhone 4 cases, and the theme seems to be Babies and Bling.
Power App’s Speech2Tweet is a full-featured Twitter client that uses speech recognition technology to let you dictate your Tweets.
Alex Winston’s Pyrcast is a simple app that lets you enjoy most of Pandora’s Web radio services without having to keep the Pandora Website open in your browser.
Graf has updated its photo app, Picture Show, giving it a flashier user interface as well as numerous new effects and filters.
Just because we're drowning in iPad cases doesn't mean the flow of protection for the iPhone has slowed. Here's this week's roundup.
DaisyDisk Team has upgraded its DaisyDisk disk-scanning utility to version 2, giving it new features like in-app file deletion and a redesigned user interface.
If MacBook Pro users are to reap the benefits of Thunderbolt's faster data transfer speeds, they'll need peripherals that take advantage of the connectivity technology. Macworld spoke to several device makers about their plans for Thunderbolt.
Mariner Software has released Paperless 2.0, the latest upgrade to its comprehensive digital document management software for home and business, adding extended support for scanners and the ability to create expense reports, pie-charts, and more.
Audiofile's new premium digital music player, Fidelia, is aimed toward the discerning listener and offers a variety of tools to maximize your listening experience.
Xerox has released two new printers and a multifunction printer aimed at helping small and medium-sized businesses create professional-looking documents at an affordable price point.
OnOne's DSLR Camera Remote HD works in conjunction with your WiFi-enabled computer and compatible Nikon or Canon DSLR camera to let you instantly adjust your camera’s settings, fire the shutter, review images, get a live viewfinder preview, and record video from the cozy confines of your iPad.
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