Tension Software releases DMG Master 1.2. DMG Master is a software to create standard Disk Image Archive recognized by any Mac, in a simplified way, with just one click.
AMD today announced the new ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo USB for Mac – a new HDTV experience for Mac users.
China Mobile’s CEO, Wang Jianzhou, confirms the company is in talks with Apple to bring the iPhone to the mainland
VMware, the virtualization software leader, today announced VMware Fusion 1.1, a new update to its award-winning VMware Fusion desktop virtualization software for Intel-based Macs.
LANrev LP today announced LANrev 4.6, a major update to the all-in-one lifecycle management software for heterogeneous networks.
Seeking out Macintosh information and discussion is now much easier and centralized thanks to the launch of Mac GUI City, a Web site focused on all aspects of Apple Macintosh computing.
Readdle.com announces the release of ReaddleUp, the software that allows people to make their electronic books, text files and business documents viewable at any place using their iPhone or iPod Touch.
The most eagerly awaited gadget of the year, Apple’s
ESPN has signed a deal to bring full-length games and TV shows to Xbox Live, the online entertainment network for Microsoft’s Xbox 360.
Yazsoft is proud to announce the immediate availability of Speed Download 4.1.16. Developed exclusively for Mac OS X Tiger and later, Speed Download is an easy to use, powerful and reliable download manager.
Excel Software is shipping MarketBuddy 1.0 for Mac OS X and Windows. MarketBuddy can reduce the human effort required to market any product or service using the power and worldwide reach of the Internet.
AT&T, the biggest U.S. mobile service, said on Monday it would offer wireless song downloads from Napster’s digital music service, expanding an existing agreement.
Ironic Software today released the first public preview of Leap, a major new application that will change how people interact with their computer. Leap is the second application released by Ironic, the first being the well regarded ‘Yep’ which is a PDF manager for OS X.
In a move to counterbalance Amazon’s new MP3 music store, Apple has dropped prices on DRM-free tracks sold on iTunes.
Apple said on Tuesday it started receiving orders for its new operating system called Leopard, which will go on sale on October 26 and cost $129 for a single user license.
Aero Quartet has released version 3.5 of SimpleMovieX, the lightweight Mac OS X movie editor. With a feature set roughly similar to QuickTime Pro, SimpleMovieX extends editing capabilities to other popular video formats AVI, Google Video, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. The main advantage of native editing is speed and quality, since no re-encoding is required to save edited movies.
Karelia Software announced the release of the Karelia iMedia Browser, a free utility to add the familiar “media browser” experience to just about any Mac application.
Synectics Business Solutions, Inc., developer of the BackJack Online Backup Service, today released information surrounding its two upcoming offerings.
Zevrix Solutions announces the release of WordOutput 1.0, its new software for automating output of multiple Microsoft Word documents to printer, PDF and other formats on Mac OS X.
No longer is creating a website as easy as setting up a single page of text, adding a few pictures and waiting for the traffic to come. Current research shows that there are as many as 500 million people in the world who have some kind of mental or sensory disability.
When Marybeth Miller decided she wanted a digital player to carry around music from her massive collection, she had one important rule: no iPod.
In the market for a new video iPod? Head to Hong Kong or, if Europe-bound, stop off in Switzerland. But best avoid Brazil.
Intego, the Macintosh security specialist, today announced the publication of a new blog focusing on Macintosh and Internet security.
The Escapers is proud to announce the release of Flux 1.0.15, their XHTML/CSS Design application for Mac OS X. By embracing a Drag and Drop metaphor, users may take advantage of leading web development technologies to quickly and easily design, develop, and maintain web standards compliant websites.