This week's roundup of new accessories for the Mac include ways to make sure you have all the power and protection you need.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps includes a little bit of sports, a little bit of music, and of course, a little bit of zombie.
The winning track was sold in Germany, signifiyng Apple's growth to markets that its rivals haven't yet cracked.
Would you like some soup with your iPhone? How about a cup of coffee? Some toys? Batteries? This week's roundup has you covered.
Facebook wants users to add pictures and voice recordings to their messages, and to include video with their status updates.
Do you miss iWeb, Apple's web-publishing service that was discontinued last year? The guys at Rage Software say they're preparing a replacement.
The iPhone and iPad started life as objects of delight, but this week's expo shows that they've become extremely useful devices. Can iOS still be fun?
Video Charades is not going to wow you with its cleverness. It's just a simple, pleasantly diverting app.
Apple's tablet is already helping pilots, architects, and car salesmen. What can it do for electricians and plumbers?
Gigsky's forthcoming app will let users comparison shop for the best data plans when they take their mobile devices abroad.
One thing is clear at Macworld/iWorld: The iPad has become an indispensable tool for today's sales staffers as it's useful for tracking customers and making the pitch. And MLeads and iPresent apps can help.
QuikIO, the iOS app that lets users access photos, videos, and music directly from their Macs and PCs, has added mobile-to-mobile file transfers to its iPhone and iPad offerings.
If Pinterest led the way in letting users document and share their obsessions, Moxtra goes a step further, offering new layers of voice communication and annotation for deeper communication in a fuller context.
Texts and videos are both great, and both limited. The mission of the guys at Glide is mix the two media into one, even better, form of communication.
Unlike other iOS-based card readers, there's no dongle required with Flint. It uses the camera on an iPhone or iPad to scan credit card numbers.