Stanford University's popular course on iPhone Application Development has returned on iTunes and Stanford's website for the Winter 2010 semester.
Intego has just released VirusBarrier X6, which now provides better protection against different kinds of malware, network surveillance, a two-way firewall, and a 10.6 enhanced 64-bit codebase.
Perfect Third's WakeMate Bluetooth wristband uses actigraphy analysis and your cell phone to help determine the best times for sleeping.
Codethink's PhotoPin for the iPhone tracks GPS data as you take photos with a separate digital camera, so you can easily apply GPS metadata to your photos.
Apress's new book, iPhone Design Award-Winning Projects, shares secrets learned by five of the six 2009 Apple Design Award winners.
As part of an exclusive sponsorship deal with Honeywell, App Cubby is now offering a free version of Gas Cubby with ads by Fram.
Just in time for the holidays, Apple has launched a special section of the iTunes Store to sell movies paired up at discounted prices.
Defense contractor Raytheon has shown off an iPhone app that merges GPS with social-networking features for the military, but it remains to be seen if Apple will accommodate its particular needs.
PCalc Lite 1.9 now features in-app purchasing to let you buy just the features you need a calculator to do and nothing else.
Photojojo has released You-Vision Glasses, a pair of glasses that record video that would make any super spy proud.
Shutterfly's Wink turns digital photos into photo booth inspired prints that can be sent anywhere in the world.
Apple has just announced to iPhone developers that changes made to the iPhone App Store and payment process will be announced on their own RSS feed. Is that change significant enough for devs?
Vibealicious has just released a major upgrade to Notify Pro that turns the simple IMAP e-mail notification app for Mac OS X into a lightweight e-mail client.
AT&T has released an iPhone app called Mark the Spot to easily report problems with their network.
The University of Michigan has almost completed the first semester of their course on Building a Mobile Phone Ensemble, taught by a leading developer behind the Ocarina iPhone app.