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Google's decision this week to share user data across its online services has caught the attention of eight members of the U.S. House of Representatives.
FileThis hopes to make the paperless office more of a reality with FileThis Fetch, a new online service that helps gather and organize your financial statements.
It's not all art, music, and fun at this week's Macworld | iWorld exposition: Vendors are releasing business apps for the Mac and iPad, too.
Appigo has relaunched its Notebook iOS app, expanding it from an iPhone-only offering into an app that also works on the iPad and can sync its documents among multiple other devices.
Smile Software has introduced an iPad version of its PDF-editing app, along with iCloud syncing of PDFpen documents for both the iPad and Mac versions.
Google will be able to combine data from several Google services when a Google Accounts user is signed in, as part of a rewritten set of privacy policies that the company announced this week.
Flexibits has released version 1.2 of its standout calendar app, Fantastical, adding multiple language localizations and improved event parsing.
Nuance has upgraded its new PaperPort Notes note-taking iPad app with the company's much-lauded Dragon Dictation software, making it possible for users to speak their notes and see them appear as text.
Apple on Thursday launched iBooks Author, a free Mac app designed to let authors and publishers easily create multimedia-rich e-textbooks for the company's new iBooks 2 iPad app.
Adobe plans to restore traditional upgrade pricing for users of Creative Suite versions 3 and 4 who want to buy the upcoming CS6 and Creative Cloud.
Phraseology is a new text editor for iPad that provides unique text-analysis and paragraph-arranging features.
LogMeIn has long provided iOS users with remote access to their computer desktops, and now it's doing so for free with a new app.
iPad users looking to annotate and share pictures, maps, and webpages from their tablet now have Skitch, a new tool from Evernote.
A new $2 app for the iPhone 4S lets you use your phone to dictate to and control your Mac.
Both companies make voice-driven search and dictation tools, particularly in the mobile market. The president of Nuance tells Macworld the acquisition should "accelerate the pace of innovation" both companies have brought to voice-enabled products.