Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
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.
Mac developer Black Pixel announced on Wednesday that it has acquired apps Versions and Kaleidoscope from Sofa, which itself was purchased by Facebook earlier this year.
Apple early Wednesday released AirPort Utility for iOS 5, letting you manage your AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express from your iOS device.
The new 1.3 update to the Growl notification system not only brings new features, it also makes a surprising jump -- to the Mac App Store.
Backing up has become quite easy in recent years thanks to online services like CrashPlan. Now, if you're a CrashPlan+ or Pro subscriber, you can even access files from your iOS device, thanks to a pair of free apps released Friday.
Not quite ready to make the leap to a standing or walking desk? BreakTime can help keep you healthy by reminding you to get up and walk around.
HP has announced a handful of new products to boost mobile printing and 3D scanning.
Password utility 1Password 3.9 includes a number of new features, but comes with some Apple-imposed limitations.
If Safari's iOS interface is too simple for you, newcomer Dolphin packs all sorts of power features for your mobile browsing pleasure.
If you're looking to get the address-bar search functionality of Chrome and Firefox without leaving Safari's Extension sandbox, Safari Keyword Search may be exactly what the doctor ordered.
A bizarre chapter in the storied history of VisualHub now draws to a close, as the original developer has released an official Lion updater for the long-ago-retired app.
Even weeks devoid of major announcements and releases from Cupertino can offer exciting (and even stunning) headlines. Couple those with the reviews, hints, and tutorials you’ve come to expect from Macworld, and the past week of stories was not one to be missed. But just in case you did miss something, here’s a roundup of our best stories from the week gone by.
Apple's looking to make a new friend in China, someone decides to sue Cupertino over something that's not the iPhone, and Yahoo attempts to prove an old adage.
Andy Miller, Apple's vice president of mobile advertising, may soon depart the company for greener pastures, according to a report from All Things D published Wednesday.
Discontinued video-conversion software VisualHub will receive an update for Lion compatibility from developer Techspansion. Software vendor Kagi, who earlier this week provided a paid but unsanctioned update, will discontinue its own product.