It's tune-up time for iTunes: Apple on Monday released iTunes 10.4.1 to address a collection of bugs present in the application.
The geniuses of disassembly, documentation, and delightful wit behind iFixit have targeted a new tool that needs improvement: online manual and knowledge base content management. Their new project, Dozuki, lets companies use the CMS behind iFixit to build colorful guides with step-by-step instructions.
Evernote not only wants you to remember everything--the company wants you to have the option to annotate it, too. On Thursday, Evernote announced that it had acquired Mac image annotation software Skitch and its two co-founders, and eliminated its $20 price tag--the application is now free.
Andy Miller, Apple's vice president of mobile advertising, may soon depart the company for greener pastures, according to a report from All Things D published Wednesday.
Apple retail stores may be in for an LTE surprise, the architects behind the Apple campus "spaceship" are revealed, and Starbucks is handing out apps with its frappes. The remainders for Tuesday, August 16, 2011 have been whipped and made to order.
If you want more options for creating keyboard shortcuts than Mac OS X provides on its own, but you don't need a complex macro utility, Shortcuts is for you.
Broadband-choked masses, rejoice: You too can enjoy Lion, Apple's newest Mac operating system, as the company on Tuesday released an official $69 USB thumb drive installer.
Apple wants you to know that it takes care of its migrating Leopards--even if they're not snow-colored. On Wednesday, the company released Migration Assistant for Mac OS X Leopard, to aid users in transferring files from a Mac running Leopard to one with Lion installed.
The battle for the digital music arena has lost one of its earliest players: Walmart announced that after almost eight years in the business, the Walmart.com Music Downloads store would shutter its virtual doors on August 29.
Apple sure loves the three Rs. One prominent Apple Store's glass panels are being reduced, a rival company's employees are being reused, and Macs, monitors, and iOS devices can now be recycled. But don't forget the most important R: the remainders for Tuesday, August 9, 2011.
Lion may be the new leader of the Mac OS X pride, but Apple hasn't forgotten Snow Leopard users: On Monday, the company released Mac OS X 10.6.8 and Mac OS X 10.6.8 Server Supplemental Update, which offers fixes and patches for minor Snow Leopard issues.
While there's much that's new in Lion, there are also some old familiars, including the Finder, Spotlight, Quick Look, and the Dock. But they haven't necessarily stayed the same.
Apple's Lion update may embrace multitouch gestures and trackpad shenanigans, but if you prefer a keyboard-based solution for your mousing and navigation, software company Many Tricks may have just the ticket for you -- Keymo, a new tool that allows users to move and orient their on-screen cursor by way of keyboard shortcuts.
In preparation for Lion's launch on Wednesday, Apple on Tuesday released a Migration Assistant update for Macs running Snow Leopard.
The cat's out of the bag: During Apple's quarterly financial earnings call, Peter Oppenheimer announced that the company was "pleased to be launching Lion tomorrow" on the Mac App Store for $30.