Chronos has released iScrapbook 3, an update to its digital scrapbooking software. The new version includes twenty new Smart Templates, font and cover flow previews, and faster page loading.
Netflix offered a glance at its app for the iPhone during Monday's WWDC keynote. Slated for release later this summer, the app will let you stream video over Wi-Fi and 3G, view recommendations, browse genres, and access your queue.
The health information provider, WebMD, has released an iPad app. Like the much visited Website and the iPhone app, the iPad version gives you access to detailed information about hundreds of health conditions, from the ordinary to the obscure.
Ars Technica has announced the nominees for its first ever Ars Design Awards for Mac OS X.
The bluebox Ai, from Bluebox Avionics, will replace traditional seatback screens to deliver audio and video content as well as games and e-books. Devices on airlines that provide inflight Wifi would be able to download apps, too.
Vanity Fair has joined the ranks of magazines offering its own issue-based apps. The June issue is now available for both the iPad and iPhone in the App Store for $5 (the same as the cover price of a paper copy). Future issue purchases will be $4.
Goober Networks has announced a public beta of Goober 3.0, its unified communications software. The new version allows HD VoIP calling, multi-user video conferencing, and multi-protocol instant messaging.
Apple and MacLearning.org are co-sponsoring a virtual conference, AcademiX 2010, on the use of Apple products and technology in education, on Friday, May 14.
TheMacBundles has released a new set of twelve software titles for a low, low price. As the site did back in March, it's offering all of the apps as a $50 package, but also provides a Build Your Own Bundle option.
Basil Salad Software has just released News Anchor 1.0, a text-to-speech RSS/Atom manager that reads stories aloud. News Anchor lets you quickly subscribe to news feeds by entering their URLs. You can then assign the RSS/Atom feeds to your own channels. News Anchor then generates an auditory episode for that channel.
Nordic River’s TextFlow, a collaborative document editor, is now out of beta. Most notably, TextFlow Desktop 1.0 improves handling of layouts, images, and tables.
MailWing is handy organizer and archiver for Apple Mail, linking mailboxes and mail folders to matching folders in the Finder.
Jumsoft has updated its popular iPhone personal financial management software with iPad compatibility. The company has also released Money 3.5, an updated version for Mac that allows for iPad syncing.
In Fortune Magazine’s list of top 500 companies for 2010, Apple jumped to number 56 from 71 last year. And Bloomberg BusinessWeek, in its own annual report, places Apple at the top of its list of “The 50 Most Innovative Companies.”
ABC, the only network to have a dedicated iPad app for streaming its programming, is showing signs of success, with 205,000 downloads so far.