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David has been covering Apple and how to get the most out of its products since 2005. Now a freelance tech writer, he runs Finer Things in Tech, jots down thoughts at DavidChartier.com, occasionally starts outlining the great American tech novel, and might still get to snowboard Breckenridge one more time.

TabExpose 2.0 Improves Spaces Support, Performance

Exposé is a killer Mac OS X feature that gives you a bird's-eye view of all your open windows. But what about getting a better look at all your open Safari tabs...

Apple Releases Minor MobileMe Web Service Updates

It may not be MobileMe 2.0, but Apple has applied another shot of elbow grease to its suite of Web services. Continuing MobileMe's slow and steady trend this...

Apple Releases Minor MobileMe Web Service Updates

It may not be MobileMe 2.0, but Apple has applied another shot of elbow grease to its suite of Web services. Continuing MobileMe's slow and steady trend this...

Evernote Enables Collaborative Notebooks, With a Catch

Evernote, the ubiquitous digital-scrapbook service that wishes it were your third arm, has finally taken the next logical step and enabled sharing. Users can now...

Instapaper Pro 2.0 Arrives for IPhone

Instapaper is a unique service from developer Marco Arment that allows users to quickly bookmark webpages for reading later. Arment's iPhone clients (one free...

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TweetDeck Organizes Twitter on the IPhone

Yes, boys and girls, it's time for Yet Another Twitter Post™, the unofficial Macworld series in which we write about all things Twitter until you're blue (or...

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Linkinus 2.0 Brings IRC Into 21st Century With New Features

Linkinus is an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client that brings 21st century style to what some consider to be an aging way of chatting online. Version 1.0 brought...

AT&T: MMS 'no Extra Cost' for Text Bundle Customers

Take a (brief) break from throwing darts at AT&T's logo; the company is offering a freebie to some iPhone customers.

IPhone Specs: Apple's Black Box or a Smoke Screen?

Earlier this week, Apple told Macworld editorial director Jason Snell that it doesn't want customers looking inside the iPhone's black box. Apple isn't publicly...

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Linkinus 2.0 Brings IRC Into 21st Century With New Features

Linkinus is an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client that brings 21st century style to what some consider to be an aging way of chatting online. Version 1.0 brought...

MobileMe 2.0: A Wishlist

The WWDC rumor spotlight has been shining squarely on new iPhone hardware and software that Apple is expected to announce during Monday's keynote. But thanks to...

XScope 2.2 Adds More Keyboard Shortcuts, Color Control

We hate to be the ones to do this, but you really can stop holding a designer's ruler up to your display or print screenshots to measure on-screen elements...

Hulu Releases Software Client for Mac, PC

Hulu on Thursday announced Hulu Labs, a new section of the site that allows users to (beta test) play with new products and services in development.

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More IPhone App Rejections Tarnish the App Store

The App Store is becoming almost as famous for rejecting applications as it is for selling one billion of them. The iPhone app body count has recently grown by...

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BackupLoupe Peeks Into Your Time Machine Backups

It would be hard to argue that Leopard's Time Machine is not useful, or at least comforting to have around. The built-in backup feature offers a simple...