Bare Bones Software has discontinued Super Get Info and made Mailsmith freeware.
The American Consumer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) shows Apple remains in the lead of personal computer manufacturers, though its standing has slipped since last year.
Twenty-five percent of all songs sold in the U.S. come from iTunes, according to a new report from The NPD Group.
EVE Online's maker, CCP, is branching out to the console market with a new game called Dust 514.
The new ProSafe 8-Port VPN Firewall is a Web-configurable firewall for small business with eight Gigabit Ethernet ports and a host of security features.
Verbatim's new portable hard drive features a built in status display that works regardless of whether the drive is connected to a computer.
By announcing its support for the open ePub standard for its line of e-book readers, Sony gives consumers an increasingly attractive option in the burgeoning e-book market.
Amazon's recent moves with the Kindle recall some of the decision Apple made with the iTunes Store and iPods. And that's not a good thing for consumers, Peter Cohen says.
Mad Monkey Studios plans to leverage the performance of the iPhone 3GS to make upcoming games -- to the exclusion of older iPhones.
Microsoft has posted an update to Office 2008 to help it open Open XML-formatted documents.
Doxie is a new document and photo scanner coming out this November with Mac and Windows support straight out of the box.
Glide Engage is a new element of Glide Online's cloud-based service with an emphasis on social networking.
Intuit has released GoPayment for iPhone, to let iPhone-using merchants process credit card transactions straight from their iPhone.
QuarkXPress 8.1 improves PDF output with native transparency support; Quark Publishing System also gets improvements.
Poser 8, Smith Micro's 3D character creation software, undergoes major changes in its version 8 release.