Mark/Space has released a free beta version of The Missing Sync software for the Palm Pre.
Safari 4 has been downloaded more than 11 million times in three days, reports Apple.
Defender Chronicles is a side-view take on the tower defense genre.
Macworld Expo 2010's coordinators have announced a "Mobile Application Showcase" for iPhone developers to flex their muscles.
Id Software has unveiled its secret iPhone and iPod touch game: Doom Resurrection, a new 3D shooter designed exclusively for iPhone that uses Doom 3 assets.
GamersGate is offering a Mac store to provide Mac gamers with a way of purchasing games online instead of having to go to the store.
MailForge is a new e-mail app that should appease long-time Eudora users, according to its developer.
Eye-Fi has introduced a new Pro card that supports raw digital camera image files.
1Password, the password management software for Mac OS X, has been updated to support Safari 4.
EVGA has announced the release of its GeForce GTX 285 graphics card for the Mac Pro.
Sorenson Media's online video encoding service Sorenson 360 now supports direct-to-iPhone video publishing.
The Movies: Superstar Edition is a new version of the movie sim game with added content.
The changes to Apple’s laptop line means the elimination of the ExpressCard/34 expansion slot, at least on the 15-inch models. And Peter Cohen thinks that will leave some mobile Mac users in the lurch.
Star Defense is a new twist on the Tower Defense genre, fresh for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Smith Micro has rolled out a new version of Anime Studio, its animation software for hobbyists.