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Black Pixel on Thursday released Kaleidoscope 2, with new features including Perforce support, folder diffs, and an overhauled design.
Tumult on Monday unveiled Hype 1.6, with new actions, new timeline features, Retina display support, and more.
The latest update to BBEdit is free, and includes features like support for Retina Macs, improved navigation, support for OS X's versions, and numerous other aesthetic and functional updates.
With the release of Java SE7 for OS X, Apple's platform can boast full compatibility with the latest version of the cross-platform technology.
A hotly-anticipated text editor is now open for business, we bid adieu to the second-generation iPhone, and turns out streaming digital music isn't bad for business.
Apple's new category on the App Store should scare McDonald's and Starbucks, Microsoft is running scared from Apple's vision of the future, and Samsung's trying to scare off jurors.
Microsoft Office for iPad may appear this fall, and a new dock-connector port might appear on iPhones and iPads some day, but you can download several of Steve Jobs's appearances right now.
Panic on Monday announced the long-awaited sequel to its all-in-one-window Web development editor, Coda. And as a bonus, the company announced a version of Coda for the iPad as well.
Microsoft will begin charging developers to use the application programming interface for its Bing search engine.
Many improvements from BBEdit 10 make their way into the app's free little brother with the release of TextWrangler 4.
When sandboxing and Gatekeeper become de facto Mac standards, certain behaviors of automation technologies like AppleScript and Automator will change. Here's how.
In a move that appears to be another step away from its Flash platform, Adobe has submitted the code for its Flash-based Flex framework to the Apache Software Foundation to be managed as an independent project.
iOS developers looking to pick the brains of Apple experts, look no further: Apple will be holding full-day tech talks at nine cities around the world.
A recent blog post from security research firm F-Secure announces the discovery of another up-and-coming Trojan horse, which poses as a PDF file but secretly installs a backdoor app.