Apple has risen four notches in Interbrand's "Best Global Brands" ranking, ahead of other electronics brands like Sony and Nintendo.
This mobile version of the word game is enjoyable enough. But the lack of any sort of multiplayer mechanism -- even a pass-and-play mode -- dooms Boggle to the dustbin.
Able Planet's latest headset provides good comfort and microphone performance, although audio quality is lacking for the price.
Sony's PSPgo "Mini" games won't feature downloadable content, wi-fi multiplayer or updates -- all features supported by the iPod touch and iPhone OS.
Plantronic's Voyager Pro Bluetooth headset is designed with performance in mind. Peter Cohen takes it for a spin and discovers, finally, an outstanding Bluetooth headset, though one that won't win many fashion awards.
HP has introduced two new MediaSmart home servers with expanded Mac, iPhone and iPod integration.
Adobe Systems has released updates to its photo management software Lightroom and Camera Raw, the software that Photoshop uses to decode raw digital camera file formats.
Apple's latest update to Xsan Admin fixes a serious security flaw in its screen sharing tool.
There's more than one football game for the iPhone. This offering from Gameloft also uses really players and teams. It's a different game from Madden NFL 10, more arcade-like with a few interface idiosyncrasies. But still, NFL 2010 is a lot of fun to play.
Home Sharing finally brings real iTunes library synchronization to computers in the same household. Peter Cohen has had a chance to step through the process and brings this report.
After Wednesday's press event, it's very clear where Apple thinks the future of gaming lies -- in its iPod touch portable device.
Apple has posted QuickTime video of Wednesday's "Rock & Roll" event in San Francisco, where the company introduced new iPods and a major new version of iTunes.
The iTunes Store gets a significant makeover in iTunes 9.
The venerable iPod classic and tiny iPod shuffle got new designs for 2009, which Apple showed off in San Francisco on Wednesday morning.
iTunes 9 is introduced today for Mac OS X and Windows. Here are the breaking details.