Google has announced an update to its highly popular Google Earth iPhone app. Version 2.0 lets users view personalized maps created on a desktop machine. The upgrade also adds 13 new languages to the mix, bringing a total of 31 supported languages.
YouTube announced that it will allow users to upload and view video in full HD. The company plans to re-encode previously uploaded 1080p material so that viewers will be able to take advantage of its original resolution.
Video-sharing site Vimeo has introduced a mobile version of its site. Newly-encoded versions of the videos are now accessible on the iPhone and on Android devices
The NX Stand from Macessity props up a closed laptop in a cushioned slot.
On Tuesday, Microsoft issued updates for its Office 2004 and 2008 suites of Mac software.
Barebones Software has announced an update to Yojimbo, its intuitive information organizer. Yojimbo 2.1 includes a few fixes and refinements to version 2.0.
On Monday, Apple released a security update for users of OS X 10.5.8 and OS X Server 10.5.8.
Apple today announced a Reserve and Pick Up program that allows customers to reserve products online and pick them up at a local retail store between December 15 and 24.
Photo-sharing site Flickr has launched an App Garden to show off all the third-party software that works with its service.
A site purporting to offer a beta download of Google's forthcoming Chrome OS on Wednesday was revealed to be a hoax.
InDev Software has bought MiniMail, the popular plug-in from Olive Toast Software for OS X's built-in Mail client.
Articles by Ramu Nagappan