MobileMe's Find My iPhone feature is now available as an iPhone or iPad app, so you can use one device to find another.
The webmail/syncing/online storage/file sharing service has been fitted out with a new interface and some new features, including push e-mail.
According to a new report from Forrester Research, tablet computers will account for nearly a quarter of the computers sold in the U.S. by 2015.
The latest version of Apple's Web browser adds a feature for making Web pages easier to read, performance enhancements, extensions, and more.
Responding to reports that Google no longer supports Windows for internal use, a Microsoft blogger has posted a defense of Windows security, complete with swipes at its rivals.
Security vendor Intego has reported that software available from popular Mac download sites may be infected with "very high-risk spyware."
Responding to a recent spate of worker suicides at the Foxconn manufacturing plant, Apple, Dell, and HP have announced separate investigations into working conditions at the factory.
According to an online survey by shopping site Retrevo.com, netbooks are maintaining their popularity vis a vis laptops, but are losing their luster when compared to the iPad.
Nitro PDF Software has added a full-featured program for reading, annotating, and manipulating PDF files to its roster of PDF software.
Last week's playable Pac-Man Google Doodle caused a lot of Firefox users to wonder why their browsers were suddenly playing strange beepy music. Enough of them turned to Mozilla support to nearly bring down the support servers.
Rumors of the return of AutoCAD to the Mac have been bolstered by screenshots posted to an Italian Mac news site and by widespread availability of a beta version.
The FonGenie telephony platform lets businesses script their own menu tree and capture caller information, all with no new investment in infrastructure.
The document comparison tool TextFlow, already available as a Box.net extension and an Adobe Air desktop application, is now integrated with Google Docs through the Google Apps marketplace.
In another significant victory for the record labels against online file sharing, a New York judge has ruled that popular peer-to-peer system LimeWire and its founder are responsible for copyright infringement.
The sniping between Adobe and Apple over who's really open shows no signs of abating, as Adobe takes out a "pro-freedom" ad and the company's founders speak up for innovation.
The Mac version of the popular gaming platform Steam is now available for download, along with a selection of games (including one for free).
The latest version of the company's iW 360 software uses a printer's storage as a file server, giving workgroups or small businesses basic document management functions.
The storage company's new line of GoFlex external hard drives feature interchangeable interface adapters that can turn a USB 2 model into a USB 3 model.
Two U.S. government agencies are reportedly considering an inquiry into antitrust issues raised by Apple's recent decision to restrict the tools iPhone and iPad developers can use.
The document comparison and revision software TextFlow, until now only available as a Box.net application, has now shown up on the desktop.
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