Almost a year after it was first shown to the public, Meebo has finally released their own iPhone app to communicate to others through services such as AIM, Windows Live IM and Yahoo IM.
At this week's Mobile World Congress, LogMeIn is showing off three new enhancements to its service to better accommodate remote access with iPhones and Android devices.
Following up on an earlier report that Apple was in negotiations to sell SD TV shows on the iTunes Store for $1, the Financial Times claims we'll see that happen with the iPad launch.
E-mail app Postbox has just introduced improved Mac OS X integration for version 1.1.1 of this Apple Mail alternative.
Com2us's Homerun Battle 3D has the unique ability to play games between Android phones, iPhones and iPod Touches via Wi-Fi and 3G.
BackOff for Mac OS X lets Mac users turn off automatic iPhone and iPod Touch backups with the click of a giant, grey button.
Apple has recently requested that several iPhone developers, including those behind Stanza and GoodReader, remove USB syncing from their apps to comply with Apple's iPhone development policies.
Apple has just released a minor iTunes update that fixes a problem with being able to remember passwords for the iTunes Store.
The Apple A4 represents a bold move forward for Apple, as a newfound designer of custom chips.
A McGraw-Hill executive appearing on CNBC seemingly spilled the beans on what Apple plans to announce at Wednesday's product event.
Months after the release of Snow Leopard, Unsanity has finally stated their plans to port Application Enhancer and several haxies to Snow Leopard, with no plans for backward compatibility.
Intego, creator of VirusBarrier, has released a very comprehensive report on malware and security vulnerabilities for the Mac that have been found in the year 2009.
Hot on the heels of YouTube's announcement of a site-wide HTML5 player, Vimeo has launched an HTML5 player of its own as a beta.
After mixed success in porting Genesis games as individual iPhone apps, Sega plans to release an official Genesis emulator with an in-app payment system for early February.
Only a few weeks into 2010, Apple has released four updates to address compatibility issues with Windows 7 and better support for new Apple hardware, like the Magic Mouse.