IK Multimedia is now shipping AmpliTube Fender, a new amp modeling product made in partnership with Fender.
Apple updated Remote and Front Row on Wednesday, adding support for iTunes 8.1.
Apple updated iTunes, adding genius for video and the ability for users to connect to the new iTunes DJ via the iPhone and vote for songs.
Apple introduced the new iPod Shuffle with VoiceOver. The new iPod is the smallest the company has ever made.
Some people think Apple should have cut the Mac mini’s price when it updated the entry-level desktop. Jim Dalrymple doesn’t agree.
As part of his ongoing music album project, Jim Dalrymple is looking for a singer among Macworld.com readers to write a song with. Find out how you can participate.
Apple’s Web site now features a page that shows how HTML 5 will change what we can do on the Web; Safari 4 features support for HTML 5 media tags among other next-generation Web standards.
Pro photographers and audio engineers have a couple of new training videos available to them from MacProVideo.
Mariner Calc released a version of its application for the iPhone. The app gives users the ability to view and edit Microsoft Excel files.
After taking flak from advocacy groups and some shareholders about its environmental policies, Apple has spent more time talking the environmental aspects of its products—including the ones unveiled earlier this week.
Ask Video released a new set of training videos designed for users of Pro Tools 8.
Safari Buddy gives you access to hidden preferences in Safari 4 public beta, like the ability to change the tab bar to its old location.
Firefox has been updated fixing five security issues, as well as a number of bugs.
AOL released the paid version of its chat client AIM for the iPhone on the App Store.
Adobe released updates for Lightroom and Camera Raw, adding support for new cameras and fixing some bugs.