WWDC: Apple Touts App Store Successes

Apple gives details on App Store sales at WWDC.

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Apple Unveils Newer, Smaller AppleTV

New Apple TV is priced at $99 and offers commercial free HD TV show rentals for 99 cents.

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School District Faces Lawsuit Over Webcam Spying Claims

The MacBook's built-in iSight camera and microphone are awfully convenient for Skype phone calls and iChat video conferencing, but a more sinister potential use...

TinkerTool 4.0 Monkeys With Snow Leopard

Marcel Bresink released version 4.0 of the venerable system utility TinkerTool, which adds a massive laundry list of new preferences to Mac OS X and brings full...

Open Ebook Battle Ends, but the War Continues

The Great Amazon Delisting may be coming to an end, according to the New York Times. What no one can quite understand is why it happened at all, or took so long...

Google Email Uploader Moves Your Archives to Gmail

Mail storage is the organizational conundrum of the early 21st century for many longtime Mac users. On your hard drive, you probably have an e-mail archive...

How to Fix a MagSafe Adapter on the Go

Longtime owners of Mac laptops know that there's one area where Apple's famed build quality often falls down on the job: the construction of its power adapters...

Report: Apple to Move Into Mobile Advertising

Do you wish Apple would provide you with mobile, targeted information which connected you with great products and services? Well, now there's an ad for that.

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Apple Cuts Educational Pricing on MacBooks

The price of admission has dropped for students to join the mobile Macintosh community. The entry level MacBook is normally $999 for we non-.edu plebeians, but...

Report: AT&T Network Problems Are IPhone's Fault?

Over the weekend, the New York Times reported a rather surprising story: as it turns out, it's not AT&T's fault when your iPhone drops a call or fetches your...

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Apple, Google in Bare-knuckled Competition? Not So Much

Apple's acquisition of Lala was the outcome of a brutal war with Google, a titanic struggle between behemoths straight out of a Ray Harryhausen film.

AT&T Improving Its Network or Rationing Data: Take Your Pick

As Lewis Carroll recommended, I like to think three impossible things before breakfast. So, apparently, does AT&T.

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Google Unveils Real-time and Search-with-a-photo Features

Want to know what's being updated on the Internet right now? Turns out you're not alone, which is one reason why sites such as Twitter Search have become so...

Mac News: BusyCal 1.1 Adds 64-bit Snow Leopard Support

BusyMac upgraded BusyCal, the multi-user calendaring software it bills as "iCal Pro", to version 1.1, with many changes to both the user interface and under the...