An award-winning Swedish firm releases its headset to the US market in January, no assembly or Allen wrench required.
Touch Press moves from the elemental to the planetary with the second installment in its science education e-book series.
The venerable text editor of choice for many programmers receives an upgrade, including new features for hand-coders of HTML5.
Witch 3.5.5 conflicts with App Tamer are resolved by Many Tricks and St. Clair with minor updates to both apps.
Reduce CPU usage and improve your battery life with St. Clair's exceedingly clever App Tamer utility.
An innovative iPad app figures out what scene you're watching, and gives you additional information about the show in real time.
Seesmic's Desktop 2 comes with support for six major social networks, and allows for more in the future with a plug-in system.
LittleFin updates its attractive, but rather stripped-down, financial management software.
FileMaker calendaring becomes easier with Zulu, which publishes FileMaker Server records directly into iCal and iOS devices.
The low end of the all-in-one printer market got a feature bump with Epson's Stylus NX625, which has some nice improvements over the NX420.
Apple's "hobby" gets a refresh concentrating on streaming video from an all-rental Apple Store, your local network, and iOS devices.
Marketcircle has released Billings Pro, a multiuser and multiplatform time-tracking and invoicing system--and a new price tag to match.
Second Gear's iCal utility provides a space-saving view of your calendar, with quick access to creating new events and task.
TransMedia's Glide web OS 4.0 brings Safari compatibility to its massively available cloud storage and Web apps for a wide variety of computers, iOS, and handheld devices.
Twenty Mac applications will compete to be included in Mac Bundle Box's next release. Only ten will survive.