Apple posts two videos showcasing the new features in iMovie '09 and iPhoto '09.
SoundClip is a low-tech add-on to your iPhone that makes sure you won’t miss one sound.
Apple posted the new 17-inch MacBook Pro television ad and a video featuring the new battery technology.
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Scott McNulty reviews three paid Wikipedia clients for the iPhone and iPod touch. Wikipanion Plus is the most feature-rich and best-designed Wiki search app of the bunch. The low cost WikiPDA will appeal to people who want to look things up quickly. And Look Up: Encyclopedia For Your Pocket falls somewhere in the middle.
Though many seek to personify it, Apple is still a large, heartless corporation that makes cool stuff.
Realmac Software's new screenshot app, LittleSnapper, makes taking screenshots of the web easy.
iPhoto, in an attempt to be helpful, might be costing you valuable disk space.
A new page listing the top iTunes Store downloads for 2008 is now available.
If you find yourself using your iPhone or iPod touch as a replacement for your ideas notebook and don’t care for the devices’ included Notes app, WriteRoom is well worth its $5 price tag for the ease of copying documents to and from your mobile device.
Apple’s new 24-inch LED Cinema Display is now shipping to some lucky buyers.
Sir Paul McCartney says that talks over the Beatles' msuic catalog coming to iTunes have stalled. Again.
A high school student emailed Steve asking for an educational discount on Final Cut Studio 2, and Steve gave him an offer he couldn't refuse.
Apple has created a new Web site, and TV ad, proclaiming the MacBook line as the ‘world’s greenest line of notebooks.’
Hog Bay Software's simple task management application gets bumped to 2.0, adding a bunch of new features and other enhancements.