On Friday, Apple announced its sale items for 2010's day-after-Thanksgiving sale.
The Orb TV, a new entry into the video player arena, has an interesting mixture of features, but fails to perform in the end.
On Thursday, Apple issued an update to iPhoto '11, adding new print product options and fixing some bugs.
Although Apple spent a lot of time on Wednesday talking about changes to iPhoto, updated as part of the iLife '11 suite, the company also quietly updated its Aperture professional photo application at the same time.
At a special Mac-focused event in Cupertino on Wednesday, Apple introduced the next version of its OS X operating system, called Lion.
During the company's quarterly earnings call, Apple for the first time in the product's history revealed sales numbers for the Apple TV.
After years of resisting, Jonathan Seff finally decides to add MobileMe to his syncing arsenal.
Hand Candy Cases' $35 Bubble Slider iPhone 4 case is a two-piece polycarbonate hardshell case that offers good proection for a slider-type case without adding significant bulk.
The Surf Slider for iPhone 4 is a semi-transparent polycarbonate two-piece hardshell case that provides typical protection for its type, but feels a little slippery to the touch.
Incase's Slider Case for iPhone 4 offers large openings for easy access to buttons and ports, and comes with a bonus plastic stand to prop up your iPhone on a desk or table when watching video.
Agent 18's EcoShield+ for iPhone 4 includes some nice features to protect your iPhone, but its integrated stand is a mixed bag.
A few weeks after overhauling its Remote app for iOS devices, Apple has released a 2.0.1 update to fix a number of bugs and performance issues.
On Thursday, Sony introduced the XNV-770BT and XNV-660BT touchscreen [in-dash car navigation systems, which combine GPS, iPod connectivity, CD/DVD playback, and Bluetooth.
On Monday, publisher Conde Nast added The New Yorker to its growing list of publications with custom iPad apps for reading magazine issues.
Several sites are stating or implying that the Apple TV has been delayed past its expected September delivery timeframe. Are they spouting truth or fiction?