A job listing on Apple's website suggests a revolutionary new Maps app planned for a future iPhone or iPhone OS update.
Apple plans to air two ads tonight that show off the iPhone's ability to simultaneously use data and voice services on AT&T's network, a feature absent from Verizon's network.
Mobile games developer Gameloft has announced it's cutting back on development for the Android, citing a lack of revenue.
After two private betas and a public beta, the well-received Mac OS X password manager 1Password 3 has been officially released.
Adobe has released a public beta for Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.0 for developers.
Apple has just quietly launched a service that makes links to the iTunes Store a little more informative by displaying information about the product in a Web browser.
Orbicule's Undercover 1.5 for iPhone introduces clever push notifications to the iPhone tracking app, specifically made to fool a thief into exposing his whereabouts.
TheMacSale 2 and TheMacBundles offer their own respective bundles of Mac software for $50, but at what cost to developers?
Thanks to strong iPhone sales, Apple has seized the crown of the world's most profitable handset vendor from Nokia.
Shazam, creators of the popular song-identifying app for iPhone, has released a $5 version with more features and introduced limitations for new users of the free app.
Intuit has announced plans to replace its Quicken Online Web service with the recently acquired Mint.com.
Sirius XM's new SkyDock radio is a combination of software and docking cradle that lets you listen to your XM radio on your iPhone or iPod touch
Verizon has released a Mac version of its Media Manager software, allowing FiOS TV customers to stream music and photos to their DVR set-top boxes.
ReelDirector, an app for the iPhone 3GS, improves the device's editing capabilities by allowing for transitions and text overlays.
1Password 3, the latest version of Agile Web Solutions's password storage utility for Safari, is now available in beta mode for all interested parties.
Articles by Nicholas Bonsack