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The $4 Remote HD app lets older Apple TVs running FireCore's aTV Flash add-on to use AirPlay to stream video from other devices.
Mavizon and Griffin are each unveiling systems that will give iPhone users a similar ability to monitor their vehicle's performance and location.
m3me's Remote Conductor app turns an iPad into a large trackpad, with additional useful features available on the display.
Yahoo has shaken its users's faith in the future of Delicious, the popular social bookmarking service it bought in 2005 and largely allowed to languish. If you're thinking about jumping ship, there are plenty of alternative services and apps that should fit just about anyone's workflow.
Since its introduction as part of OS X 10.5 Leopard in 2007, Time Machine has given Mac users an easy way to back up and restore files. From the beginning, though, Time Machine’s design has made it less than ideal for certain backup needs. As time has passed, backup products have evolved. How does Time Machine compare to the competition today?
Most of us use OS X’s stock interface elements, arranged as they were out of the box. But you don’t have to use someone else’s workspace. Here’s how some Mac users have customized the Mac’s visual environment.
Eltima Software's 2.0 Beta release of file management and BitTorrent client, Folx, sees the addition of iTunes integration, RSS feed downloading options, and more advanced file management abilities.
You can't watch television with it, but you can set your DVR, browse shows, and search VOD offerings with the new FiOS iPad app from Verizon.
A new utility from developer and blogger Erica Sadun lets you send videos from the Web and other non-iTunes sources to an Apple TV.
iAd developers can now take advantage of new software to create ad campaigns for Apple's mobile ad network.
Another day, another Mac software bundle. This one includes 10 core apps, a bonus app, two extra apps for the first 10,000 buyers, and yet another app for just tweeting about the bundle.
This clever new app uses the camera on a recent iPhone or fourth-generation iPod touch to translate printed text in real time. Only English and Spanish are supported for the app's launch, but there is a lot of potential here.
A security researcher has unveiled a unique experimental side project: an augmented reality iOS app that uses a device's camera to correct for the most common form of color blindness.