There's a way to bring those meetings you can't avoid to order in this week's Mac App roundup, alongside other great pieces of software that help you organize your business, crop your pictures, and keep your remote connections safe, secure, and looking great.
This app can be used to track your interactions with all the people in your address book.
Business financial adds reporting tool and eases transfer of data from your accountant to your Mac.
A 15-year-old worker at the factory also died while employed at the facility
Huddle Note is designed for quick, ad-hoc taking and sharing of notes within the cloud suite’s interface.
There's a trend in business towards no longer using a full-time receptionist to meet visitors to an office. TextUS.biz's Receptionist allows you to use an iPad, instead.
Apple launched the iBeacons location-aware sales system at all 254 of its U.S. stores on Friday morning. The system, though, isn't quite as frictionless as it sounds.
China's largest telecom could single-handedly boost iPhone sales by 20 percent.
Numbers 3.0 will prove convenient if you habitually switch between your Mac and your Apple mobile device. But if your spreadsheets are desktop-based, you'll find that the software experience has changed dramatically.
Apple plans to build a components plant in Mesa, Arizona, that will run entirely on renewable energy.