The D-Link Boxee Box connects the popular media software directly to your TV, with plenty of useful hardware features.
Reports say that Apple is buying Quattro Wireless, an advertising network for mobile devices.
The education price for an entry-level MacBook has fallen from $949 to $899.
A New York Times story says that AT&T network issues are due to faulty iPhone design, but there's plenty of room for skepticism.
The Wall Street Journal sees competitive moves in recent acquisitions by Apple and Google, but it also fits their existing strategies.
AT&T cannot decide whether its problem is network capacity, or those pesky customers who keep using the network.
With latest results and Google Goggles, you won't need to type a word to find out what's happening right now.
BusyCal, Camino, Cocktail, GraphicConverter, GV Connect, and iReadFast all saw updates on Monday.
Some fear, uncertainty and doubt is being spread over malware access to iPhone data. It's true, but it's not particularly news.
A bug fix and maintenance upgrade for Quicksilver has been posted, cheering those who feared for the utility's life.
QuickerTek's new solar chargers have high watt output, meaning you can use the sun to power your MacBook on the go, but at a high price.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement is rumored to outlaw your iPod, but the treaty's text is secret.
The latest Snow Leopard can now run on Atom processors, as long as you're willing to replace the kernel with an Internet download.
Google Voice moves to provide full phone service with the acquisition of Internet phone provider Gizmo5.
The latest version of MiniMail adds a small message notification view to Mail, multiple viewers, and Snow Leopard compatibility.