Postbox Express offers powerful e-mail for free

The newly released Postbox Express offers a lightweight version of premium e-mail app Postbox for free.

Apple releases update for new 15-, 17-inch MacBook Pros

To address last minute issues with graphics hardware, MacBook Pro Software Update 1.3 has just been released for mid-2010 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pros.

Change in iPhone developer terms puts Flash in crosshairs

Apple has made a major change to the developer agreement for the development tools for iPhone OS 4.0, which clearly forbid the use of Flash and other non-Apple approved solutions to write apps.

VirusBarrier X6 adds iPad support

VirusBarrier X6's 10.6.5 update grants Intego's Mac virus scanner the ability to scan iPads for viruses.

PCalc keeps counting on iPad

Longtime calculator for Apple devices PCalc now has an iPad version, which comes as a free update for users of PCalc for the iPhone.

GoodReader comes to the iPad

GoodReader, the acclaimed file preview app for iPhones and iPod Touches, has arrived for iPad with a brand new Tablet Edition.

iPad apps start appearing on the App Store

The iPad doesn't officially arrive until Saturday, but iPad apps have already started appearing in App Store searches if you're using the latest version of iTunes.

Apple posts QuickTime 7.6.6 update

QuickTime 7.6.6 addresses 16 security issues for the venerable QuickTime 7 for Leopard and Windows users alike, and offers a few welcome fixes for users of iMovie and multicore PCs.

Seton Hill to give iPads to all full-time students

As part of its Griffin Technology Advantage program, Seton Hill announced today that they plan to give every full-time student an iPad in the Fall 2010 semester.

Aurora Feint: 'Freemium' games to help drive iPhone gaming growth

Free-to-play games have become something of a growing trend on the App Store, so much so that Aurora Feint, which makes a social gaming platform for the iPhone, believes that some projections about the iPhone's potential as a gaming platform fail to take the trend into account.

Apple releases 3.0.2 update for Aperture

Hot on the heels of Apple's previous 3.0.1 update for Aperture, Apple's latest update to Aperture 3 continues to address overall stability and issues.

Harvard puts lectures, podcasts and more on iTunes U

Joining the ranks of other famous colleges on iTunes, Harvard has just uploaded a series of lectures, preview clips, podcasts and performances on Apple's own iTunes U.

Logic Pro, Express updated to 9.1.1

Logic Pro and Logic Express have been updated to version 9.1.1, smoothing over some issues caused by the transition to 64-bit and adding 64-bit native support to Express.

YouTube accuses Viacom of uploading infringing content

As Viacom's $1 billion lawsuit against Google's YouTube marches on, YouTube's chief of counsel accuses Viacom of covertly uploading infringing content to YouTube for its own benefit.

Hello brings mobile messaging to iPhones

Hello is a brand new messaging app that seeks to overtake SMS in favor of a more robust, accessible IM experience.