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ITunes Store Lists Most Popular Items for 2008

Thanksgiving is over here in the US, and you know what that means: the cavalcade of "Best of 2008" lists is here. Apple has...

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WriteRoom for IPhone

I’m sure you’ve been in a store and had the idea of a lifetime. You frantically search around you for a slip of paper to jot...

LED Cinema Display Now Shipping

Apple has just sent out the first wave of shipping confirmation emails for the new 24-inch Apple LED Cinema Display.

Final Cut Studio 2 Is Free If You Ask Nicely

Our friends at Gizmodo have the details on yet another random act of Steve. It seems an up-and-coming filmmaker, who happens...

Can't Buy Me Beatles on ITunes, Still

The Beatles/iTunes saga has a storied and colorful past. Rumors that the Beatles' full discography would soon be available for...

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Apple Touts MacBooks' Greenness

Apple isn't what you would call a Greenpeace darling, though few multinational corporations are. That being said, Apple has...

TaskPaper 2.0 Helps You Get Things Done

I have many stellar qualities (at least that's what my mom keeps telling me) but keeping track of what I need to do has always...

Apple TV 2.3: Now With More Remotes, and Remote Music

Fire up your Apple TV, kids, there be an update awaitin'! Apple released Apple TV Software Update 2.3 Monday, which includes...

Blogging Apps for IPhone

Ever since the iPhone first appeared, its potential as a mobile blogging tool was readily apparent. Bloggers on the go would...

Mac Security Focus: Antivirus

Although Apple computers are not somehow magically immune to viruses and other malware, they've been remarkably free of such...

So Many SMS Messages, So Little Time to Delete Them

Text messages are mother's milk to system administrators and teenage girls alike--and that's only one of many similarities...

Review: iTunes 8

iTunes 8 isn't a revolution in media players, but its new features make an already capable application even more indispensable.

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OpenClip Brings Copy and Paste to IPhone

Lo, Jobs gave us the iPhone and it was good…well, it was pretty good. As soon as people got their sticky fingers on an iPhone...

OpenClip Aims to Bring Copy and Paste to IPhone

Lo, Jobs gave us the iPhone and it was good...well, it was pretty good. As soon as people got their sticky fingers on an...

Make Your IPhone's Camera Go Zoom

There are those who bemoan the lackluster camera on the iPhone, and there are those who decide to do something about it.