Iomega's new four-bay StorCenter NAS system works with Time Machine and comes with a host of its own software.
Adobe product manager John Nack says that Creative Suite 4 has been tested with Snow Leopard, and "everything is good" with a couple of exceptions.
Sony's third new e-book reader is the largest yet, and sports 3G wireless capabilities. The company is also expanding its ePub book reach by partnering with libraries and independent bookstores.
Camtasia, the popular Windows screencasting software, is now available for the Mac.
Ramp Champ is a new game from the makers of Frenzic that replicates the fun of arcade gaming on the boardwalk, on the iPhone and iPod touch.
The Unity game engine for the iPhone provides up to a 3x performance improvement and a host of other changes in its new 1.5 release.
Madden NFL 10 is set for a September release on the iPhone, according to EA.
Canon has introduced two business scanners specifically for the Mac -- the DR-2010M and the DR-2510M.
Cataclysm is the newest expansion pack for World of Warcraft, and it adds new races, reworks "classic" WoW kingdoms, and much more.
The classic arcade game BurgerTime has returned for the Mac in BurgerTime Deluxe.
Retrevo says that Apple's absence of a netbook is hurting it with students shopping for a back-to-school computer.
Plants vs. Zombies, the hit casual game from Popcap Games, is headed to the iPhone and iPod touch. It's also available at retail stores including Apple Stores and big-box retailers.
Apricorn's new Padlock Secure Hard Drive encrypts data using a built-in keypad.
Quake Live, the Web browser-based version of Id Software's popular first person shooter, is now available for the Mac.
Bare Bones Software has discontinued Super Get Info and made Mailsmith freeware.