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Philip has covered the Mac market since 1999, with a focus on the iPhone, iPad and iOS in recent years. In all that time, he has never tested a fart app.

IWork Update Delivers a Number of Fixes

Apple released an update to its iWork suite of personal productivity tools on Monday. The iWork '09 9.0.3 includes fixes for suite-wide issues as the individual...

Orange to Offer IPhone Service in the UK

Potential iPhone owners in the United Kingdom have a choice when it comes to service providers now that Orange has announced plans to sell the iPhone 3G and 3GS...

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Parks Envi Puts National Parks in the Spotlight

My wife and I have a simple goal in our travels each year: try and visit at least one national park. Last year, it was Kings Canyon National Park. This year, we...

MMS Arrives: What It Means for You

Multimedia Messaging Service support for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS is now available, giving AT&T subscribers in the U.S. the same functionality other...

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Autodesk Opens Design Software to Mac via Parallels

For Autodesk, the lines between the Mac and Windows operating systems are beginning to blur.

Mac Pundit Showdown IV

Normally the Macworld Podcast is a sober, carefully constructed affair. But apparently it's fallen off the wagon. With "unfunny!" (--iTunes review) Macworld...

Apple Updates Logic Pro, Logic Express

In addition to updating its iTunes software for listening to music, Apple on Tuesday released maintenance updates for two programs used to create songs. Both...

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ReQall, Evernote Work Together to Retrieve Your Notes

A pair of productivity powerhouses are sharing their superpowers in a partnership that would make the Wonder Twins envious. reQall and Evernote announced the...

Put Your Mac Knowledge to the Test

All work and no play makes for a dull Mac user. So when I need a few minutes decompression, I usually head over to Sporcle to while away the moments taking an...

Ntractive Releases IPhone Version of Elements

Earlier this summer, Ntractive updated and renamed its customer relationship management program. Now the software maker has come out with an iPhone version of...

You've Got Questions, Aardvark Mobile Has Answers

Aardvark has taken a different tack with search. The online service figures it's sometimes more productive to ask a question of an actual person--usually someone...

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Intuit Likes the Taste of Mint

Since opening its virtual doors two years ago, Mint.com has made quite a name for itself. The online personal finance site has won praise for its easy account...

Apple Rolls out IMac Graphics, RAID Card Firmware Updates

When it comes to Christmas, birthdays, or any other gift-giving festivity, there's an undeniable hierarchy of presents. You've got your marquee, main-event, "Oh...

Box.net Opens up Collaboration Service to IPhone Apps

Mobile devices may help you take your productivity act on the road. But the ability to edit documents, presentations, and other files is of limited use if you're...

With New Shuffles Released, 2G Shuffles off Its Mortal Coil

When Apple updated the iPod shuffle in March to its present 1.8-by-0.7-by-0.3-inch form factor, it kept around the colorful second-generation model. Presumably...