xGestures is a program that allows mouse movements to trigger menu items, keystrokes, and AppleScripts; it's recently been updated to work with Snow Leopard.
The Mac preference pane with hundreds of hidden user interface tweaks is updated for Snow Leopard.
MacHeist offers six Mac applications for free, in exchange for your email address. And no Twitter spamming this time, either.
Moderate and heavy users of Google services will appreciate this master control panel view of their usage.
Want to hide unsightly scratches on your iPhone's metal bezel? If you're willing to give your phone a brushed-metal look, it can be done.
Yet another in the line of public radio applications for iPhone, the cleverly named Public Radio App adds in DVR-like features for listening to programs when you want to.
An interview with one of TBWA\Chiat\Day's former executives revealed that Steve Jobs wasn't always bully on the iMac.
Ben Software's new RemoteSight can turns an iSight—or other video input source—into a video-monitoring system for your home.
ChangeWave Research's quarterly survey of cell phone owners shows the iPhone gaining market share and continuing to lead the pack in satisfaction.
Google Voice now offers an option to let users take advantage of some of its features with their existing phone numbers.
The Apple-backed project to port Sun's ZFS filesystem to the Mac has been discontinued, leaving speculation about where OS X will go next.
Among Apple's many recent patent applications is this one, in which the computer company envisions a future where your very operating system may be supported by ads.
The new Mac mini server configuration gets the hairy eyeball from the folks at MacMiniColo.net, the experts in Mac mini co-location.
As usual, the team at iFixit has already taken it upon itself to disassemble Apple's latest new hardware—in this case, the white unibody MacBook
This holiday season, enjoy free Wi-Fi access on all Virgin America flights, courtesy of Google, who's footing the bill.