What's Goin Down 2.0 Adds New User Interface

What's Goin Down 2.0, from Random Ideas, is a new release of the "professional-grade" TCP server network monitoring tool for the iPhone. The $5 application...

MacProxy Enables System-wide Proxy Support

On Tuesday Tidal Pool Software released Version 1.0 of its MacProxy proxy support software. This $20 program adds system-wide network proxy support for any...

CNNMoney Offers IPhone App

The news-on-your-iPhone market became more crowded this week as CNNMoney.com joined the AP, New York Times and others with their own free iPhone application.

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TeamViewer Manager Remote Support App Now Available for Mac

TeamViewer GmbH has announced the release of a Mac version of TeamViewer Manager. The TeamViewer product handles remote control of users' computers, usually for...

Canto Brings Back Single User Digital Asset Management App

Canto has announced the release of Canto Single User, the return of a single-user version of the company's Cumulus 8 digital asset management (DAM) application...

Five Fantastic Apps for the Newest iPhones

Five Fab Apps for IPhone OS 3.0 and the New 3GS

TwtrconSF: Twitter Gets Its Own Conference

Gathering will explore how companies can use Twitter to reach audiences, deliver customer service and -- ideally -- bring in bucks.

Apple Spurs Innovation with iPhone OS 3.0

The simplicity of Apple's iPhone platform pushes developers to new heights -- and still, there's so much more that can be done.

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For Apple, 2008 Ends With the Macworld Clunker

Until mid-December, the big news about the upcoming Macworld Expo and Conference was that Adobe Systems and Belkin International weren't going to exhibit at the big show.

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Apple Launches Internal University

Veteran of Yale, Harvard and Stanford business schools will head new 'Apple U' for in-house training.

After the Core 2 Duo, What's Next for Apple Laptops?

Hitting the sweet spot between 'too slow' and 'fast enough' is critical.