David DahlquistMacworld

QuickOffice Connect for iPad gets PowerPoint editing ability

Quickoffice has released an update for its Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for iPad, giving the app extensive text formatting and graphical editing abilities for PowerPoint 2003 files, and viewing and presenting capabilities for PowerPoint 2007 files.

iDevice releases iGrill Bluetooth kitchen thermometer

iDevices's iGrill is a Bluetooth-enabled thermometer that communicates with an app on your iOS device, keeping you updated on the temperature of your food, while freeing you from the confines of your kitchen when you cook.

The week in iPhone 4 cases: In living color

In an apparent effort to combat the dreariness of winter, casemakers are churning out more colorful, eye-catching cases than ever. It's time for this week's iPhone 4 case roundup.

Circus Ponies brings NoteBook note-taking app to iPad

Circus Ponies has released NoteBook for iPad, a powerful note-taking tool that includes a full-featured outliner with multi-font text, and lets you add files, diagrams, and sketches to your notes.

The week in iPhone cases: Sweet themes

This week's roundup of new iPhone cases is chock-full of themed cases that run the gamut from pandas to Hawaiian flora.

Christmas concert performed entirely on iOS devices

In this Santa-approved video, a small ensemble takes to the stage at North Point Community Church in Atlanta, and, using a variety of music apps, performs a dazzling medley of re-envisioned Christmas classics that could give the Trans-Siberian Orchestra a run for its money

Code42 updates CrashPlan+, lowers rates for online backup

Code42 has released an update to its CrashPlan+ online backup utility, adding new backup options that offer users increased flexibility for their backup schemes.

Microsoft posts Office 2008 for Mac update

Microsoft has posted an update to version 12.2.8 for Office 2008 for Mac that improves stability and includes fixes for vulnerabilities that an attacker can use to overwrite the contents of your Mac's memory with malicious code.

New OpenFeint service helps developers go freemium

OpenFeint, a social platform for iOS games, has announced OFX, a new service that allows developers to sell additional content within a game without having to submit an update to Apple.

LMP to reunite Apple wireless keyboard with numeric keypad

LMP's Bluetooth Keypad, which was just passed through the FCC, brings numerical redemption to your wireless keyboard.

ReaddleDocs gets two-way sync with Dropbox, iDisk

Readdle has released an update for ReaddleDocs for iPad, adding two-way sync with Dropbox and iDisk, as well as support for iOS 4.2's AirPrint and background transfer abilities.

First Look: Flowd, a music lover's location-based social network

We take a first look at Flowd, a new location-based social networking service and app that places emphasis on connecting fans with their favorite artists.

Loopt updated with improved friend- and place-finding capabilities

Loopt has released an update to its location-aware social network app, Loopt, improving its friend- and place-finding capabilities with new features and a revamped design.

The week in iPhone cases: Novelties galore!

If you're looking for a zany, novel case for a friend, loved one, or yourself, this is the week for you.

Save big with three new Mac software bundles

If you're looking for hefty savings on Mac software, we can point you to three new bundles on the market, all of which combine numerous apps from various developers and price them at a fraction of their combined value.