Namco's new Apple Games unit head is a former Apple manager who created Texas Hold 'Em for the iPhone.
The Khronos Group has announced the release of OpenGL 3.2, a new version of the 2D and 3D graphics specification Apple uses in Mac OS X.
Pangea Software's newest iPhone app displays a 3D hand that shows gestures. More than 90 are included, and you can program your own (including rude ones) using a built-in animator.
Google's CEO, Eric Schmidt, is stepping down as a member of Apple's board of directors—Steve Jobs cites Google's increasing encroachment of Apple's core business as the reason why.
EA has announced plans to release an expansion pack for The Sims 3 this November.
Adobe has updated Acrobat and Reader to 9.1.3, making security improvements.
Beneath a Steel Sky, a classic adventure game first released 15 years ago, will be one of the first offerings from Revolution Pocket, the new mobile game-focused division of Revolution Software.
Playing games via Boot Camp is certainly an option for Mac gamers who don't want to wait for titles to be ported over from the Windows platform. But it's not a very good one, Peter Cohen says.
Apple isn't exhibiting at CES 2010, the CEA confirmed, quashing an earlier assertion from a Wall Street Journal blogger.
Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, the MMORPG, is now available for the Mac as a beta version and will be released this fall.
Apple has released a 2TB version of its Time Capsule backup system for $499.
MobileMe iDisk enables iPhone users to access the contents of their MobileMe iDisk and share it with others.
The Eye-Fi Geo automatically updates photos with geotag metadata, and it's exclusive to Apple retail stores and the online Apple store.
SmartMusic 2010 is the newest version of MakeMusic's learning software, with new features like a home screen, improved assessment capabilities, and more.
Matalot is a new task management app for the iPhone that features a unique rotary priority interface.