Call of Duty: Black Ops will come to the Mac this fall; in the meantime, gamers can get their war on with a half-price sale on three older Call of Duty titles from the Mac App Store.
The latest version of the mobile news aggregator lets you sync up your personalized feeds across multiple devices.
Contacts Journal, a lightweight CRM app for your iOS device, now sports the ability to link documents from your Mac to a contact record.
MobileMe is going away on June 30, but MacMate may be the solution for continuing to publish your website with iWeb.
Amazon releases Send to Kindle for Mac, providing drag-and-drop, contextual menu, and printer options for storing documents on your Kindle device.
Mac luminaries had just five minutes to impart some knowledge on the crowd at the Thursday night Rapid Fire session at Macworld | iWorld. Here's a rundown of some of the highlights from that event.
The Superfly Presents the Creators panel at Macworld | iWorld brought together musicians, TV and film directors, and media managers for a wide-ranging discussion on the use of Apple products in creating media and running a media business.
BerryMover converts your BlackBerry backup files into iOS data, right from your iOS device. But check first with your IT department if your BlackBerry is company-owned.
The Food and Drug Administration has proposed regulations for apps for medical professionals used to work with medical equipment, or review sensitive patient data.
A forthcoming update for Office 2011 will support Lion's Auto Save, Versions, and full-screen features, but it's still a few months away from release.
The latest smartphone numbers shows Android with more market share than iOS, but Apple still has the biggest market share among smartphone manufacturers.
The venerable 1994 first-person shooter brings portable alien blasting to the iPad.
Amazon upped the ante on its cloud storage Wednesday, adding free unlimited music storage for any paid subscriber.
WaterField Designs' Apple TV Case now makes it easy to bring your Apple TV with you on your summer travels.
Apple has been invited to join the list of industry honchos setting future directions for the Bluetooth wireless standard.
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