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The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand a $300 million patent infringement ruling against Microsoft.
Only days after Apple announced iWork for iPhone, Jumsoft has released its Inspiration Set for iOS app, which includes 55 iPhone compatible templates for Pages.
Mac software bundles are nothing new, but one particular bundle, which ends today, offers eight quality Gems for the price of one.
Amazon on Thursday launched its own foray into the Mac download software market, offering both applications and games for Mac users.
CIO's Kristin Burnham shows you how to use new gesture controls in LinkedIn's iPhone app.
Tech startup Square says that it's working to turn the iPad, iPhone, and Android devices into portable payment systems.
The iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad can now print to any printer around the world, thanks to new support for Google's Cloud Print service.
First teased at Macworld Expo 2011, OmniOutliner for iPad, a modern mobile companion to its older Mac sibling, is now available in the App Store.
Microsoft is telling Mac Office users it doesn't yet have a fix for a PowerPoint bug that it patched for Windows customers.
Zoho, maker of a wide variety of online productivity and collaboration apps, has announced full Mac support in Zoho Meeting, its service for running online meetings, screensharing, and remote support sessions.
Oracle has introduced support for Apple's iPad and iPhone as part of a slew of enhancements to its business intelligence software.
Appigo has announced a Mac companion to its popular task management apps for iPhone and iPad. It's also released Cloud Sync, a service for keeping your projects and to-dos on the same page for all your devices.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) has extended its reach in the mobile-device-management space with the acquisition of a German software company. The deal is expected to deliver BlackBerry Enterprise Server-like device management and control features for iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones and tablets.