MacProVideo submitted a new app to the App Store that will allow users to watch tutorials on their iPhone.
Apple updated the VoiceOver Kit used by the iPod shuffle to speak the song names and titles.
Apple posted a Web page counting down to the one billionth app downloaded from the App Store. The company has lots of prizes to be won when that goal is reached.
Apple will discontinue .Mac HomePage and Groups this July. Users will still be able to publish Web sites using MobileMe and iWeb.
Ambrosia Software released updates to three of its applications to add compatibility for Mac OS X 10.5.7.
Tidy Up has been update with a new user interface and the ability to exclude any supported applications from a search, among other changes.
Apple is participating in the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival, holding events at its trendy SoHo retail store.
IK Multimedia is allowing users to purchase individual components of the T-RackS 3 suite of audio plug-ins.
Black and white photo plug-in Silver Efex Pro has been updated, adding compatibility with Lightroom 2.
Active Storage released two new RAID products for the Apple market. Two models are available, a 4TB and 16TB configuration.
ProjectWizards released a beta version of Merlin for Mac OS X and a new application for the iPhone, Merlin iPhone 1.0.
Apple is now offering all of its music without DRM and at a tiered pricing model.
Apple on Tuesday updated its rackmount server, Xserve with the Nehalem Xeon Processors.
Groove 3 released a couple of new video tutorials for Pro Tools users. The titles look at mixing, automation and a variety of other topics.
Multiple clipboard utility CopyPaste Pro has been updated adding several new features.