Radiation is a bit of a hot topic at the moment. But Apple doesn’t think you should care about radiation, at least not the radiation that leaks out of the iPhone.
Yesterday saw the release of Firefox 4 and it has already out-downloaded IE9 at a rate of nearly 2:1. IE9 even had more than a weeks head start but I guess if you’re popular, you win! And rightly so!
The Everyday iphone app offers you simple tools for taking a similar photo of yourself every day. The app allows you to set reminders to take the photo and once you have a series of images taken it will produce a timelapse video of your own personal ageing process.
Just when you thought you’d finally conquered all things Angry Birds, Rovio has officially made Angry Birds Rio available on the App Store. The latest Angry Birds title is a tie-in to the new animated feature Rio, and has some unique gameplay elements.
DevHD today released Feedly into the wild. The app aims to create a more visual/magazine-like Google Reader experience on the iPhone. The app is FREE for the next 72 hours and we will have a review on MacTrast in the next couple of days.
Mozilla will tomorrow officially release Firefox 4. But you can access the FTP server right now and download it a whole 24 hours early.
Beautiful genius Björk will be joined on stage in her upcoming Manchester shows by her band, and by Apps that will shortly be made available in iTunes.
Ever accidentally hit CMD+Q when in Chrome? Me too. It’s a bit frustrating. You can change Chrome’s default behavior of closing down and instead you are asked to confirm the quitting of the app.
By default, Growl.app places a “smoke” notification in the top right corner of your screen. But is this the best place to position the Growl notification? Read about why I switched and vote in our poll to see what’s the most popular choice.
The gents at Panic, along with supporters of their amazing software, have raised $56,224.00 so far to aid with the relief efforts in Japan.
One’s intuition would tend to suggest that a MacBook Pro would far outgun an iPad of any kind in iMovie speed tests, due to it being much more substantial of a machine for the task. AppAdvice, however, has found that both iPad models have bested the MacBook Pros in a number of benchmarks.
We recently had the opportunity to ask Vero Pepperell, the community representative for Alfred, a few questions about the company and their plans and ideas. For those of you that don’t know, Alfred is a groundbreaking productivity app for the Mac OS X platform.
Adobe has released version 2.0 of Adobe Photoshop Express. The iPhone and iPad app lets you quickly edit and share photos that are taken on your devices’ camera. Version 2.0 features a few new updates including full retina display support.
Lima Sky, the developers of popular iPhone game Doodle Jump, has announced iPad and Kinect versions in the wake of Doodle Jump leaping past the 10,000,000 downloads mark.
AppSumo, famous for it’s frequent bundle deals, has a new deal up which we think is a fantastic deal. It’s called the Lean Startup Bundle, and includes thousands of dollars worth of tools to help start-ups build their base, and…
We caught up with Keith Lang from Skitch and fired him off some questions about his popular screen capture and image editing software for Mac. What was your inspiration for creating Skitch. What motivated you? Like many inventions, Skitch was…