Seagate is offering a new BlackArmor NAS for small businesses in 2TB and 4TB configurations.
Apple has sold more than a million iPhone 3GSs since they went on sale Friday.
AT&T won't be charging $55 to tether your iPhone to your Mac, according to a statement it's published on social networking site Facebook.
New iPhone games abound, and here's a roundup of some of the games that have crossed our desk this week.
Band-in-a-Box 2009 adds real instrument sounds, direct to disk audio rendering and more.
Postman is a new app for the iPhone that uses iPhone 3.0 technology to help you make and send electronic postcards.
Bomberman Touch 2 is a new game from Hudson Entertainment that features multiplayer support enabled through iPhone OS 3.0.
JayBird has released two new earbuds for athletes and redesigned their Bluetooth offering with better audio quality.
AMG is offering two new ringtone software packages for iPhone users -- one is a collection of custom ringtones, the other a tool for making your own.
The Internet security software NetShred X has been updated with support for Safari 4.
Sirius XM Premium Online is finally available for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Deskset is a set of four desk accessories built to match the Mac.
Microspot Interiors Pro has new wall and vertex editing tools to make it easier to visualize 3D spaces.
Baseball Slugger is a new 3D home run derby-style game for the iPhone and iPod touch.
SkypeCap, the Skype session recording software, adds .mov, .flv and .swf file support.