Xnet Communication's iTuber provides drag-and-drop uploads and downloads, and other YouTube features, in an application that could use a bit more polish.
It sounds like a breakfast cereal, but AppleJack is designed to save your bacon with a series of command-line tools when you can't boot your Mac.
The FMTouch Enterprise subscription service lets developers ship their FileMaker solutions to the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
The Onion News Network, the rudest "cable news" channel around, is breaking new ground with a paid download, and it's using the iTunes Store to try it out.
SyncMate synchronization software boasts a list of compatible devices and operating systems which includes anything more sophisticated than your blender.
Getting tired of Alex? Has your relationship with Victoria waned over the years? Voices for Mac can spruce up your aural interactions with Mac OS X's text-to-speech feature, with the addition of new voices for your listening pleasure.
Finder has copy-and-paste for files, but no cut-and-paste; moveAddict fixes the oversight.
Nova Media's Traffic2Net can watch your cellular bandwidth usage—but it's not yet ready for iPhone tethering.
If you're concerned about the use of your iPad in 2013, fret not; for $99, Apple will replace the whole unit if the battery no longer holds a charge.
A lawsuit alleges that the Lower Merion School District used MacBooks to spy on students in their homes. School officials claim the software was only used for antitheft measures.
The tool to expose hidden preferences receives an upgrade for OS X 10.6, providing checkbox access to many features not in System Preferences.
Amazon loses the opening battle in a pincer move between publishers and readers, but it's unclear whether this is Fort Sumter, Gettysburg, or Appomattox.
Articles by Jeff Porten