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Crestron lets you automate anything electrical in your home or office and control it all from an iOS device.
Avatron told Macworld that it may reconsider plans to abandon its Air Dictate iOS app.
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.
A new $2 app for the iPhone 4S lets you use your phone to dictate to and control your Mac.
We've announced our App Gems Awards for 2011. Now get the inside scoop on which iOS apps captured our attention in the past year.
Out of left field, Microsoft has released an iOS client for its Xbox Live service, letting Xbox gamers log in, check their friends list, update their avatar, send messages, and more.
Earlier this week, Macworld unveiled the winners of its 27th annual Editors' Choice Awards. In this podcast, we explain the reasoning behind some of our Eddy selections.
Mac software maker Rogue Amoeba has launched a simple, lightweight audio recorder called Piezo.
Running with Crayons has released version 1.0 of its launcher utility, Alfred.
Whether Apple approved iTether in error or as part of an App Store policy change isn't yet clear, but the newly-approved app allows you to share your iPhone's Internet connection with your Mac (or PC).
With a pair of utilities, staff writer Lex Friedman is able to control iTunes entirely from his keyboard--and no longer forgets to resume his music all day after pausing it to take a phone call.
Cloud Engines, maker of Pogoplug personal cloud computing hardware, adds mobile storage to its list of shared cloud services.
As you'd expect, Nuance's new Dragon Express app might cost just $50, but it isn't as full-featured as the company's $200 Dragon Dictate app.
Apple on Tuesday came out with another round of Java updates, aimed at both Mac OS X Lion and Snow Leopard users.
Pioneer Corporation on Monday announced the launch of Zypr, its new voice-control API. Developers can freely integrate the service into their apps, on any platform.