Pixelmator 2.1 has arrived on the Mac App Store, packing full support for Mountain Lion and iCloud, Retina graphics for the new MacBook Pro, and a number of new features, such as an effects browser, new alignment guides, and more.
As Apple’s next iPhone draws nearer to release, more and more leaked parts for the device continue to crop up. The latest leak shows the entire front assembly of the next-gen iPhone, as well as other components.
Mobile payment startup Square has been gaining ground fairly quickly since it was first introduced, and according to an announcement on the Square blog, the company has just landed its biggest payment partner yet: Starbucks!
It had been rumored, and now it’s been confirmed. Valve has officially announced that Steam will cease to be a game only selling platform from September 5, instead going into other app categories varying from ‘creativity to productivity’.
Google announced today that they will be releasing a new version of their Google Search app for iOS, adding an interesting new Siri-like voice search feature to the app, making it a much stronger competitor to Apple’s Siri.
Following this weekend’s account of how hackers were able to gain access to Wired writer Mat Honan’s iCloud account and destroy his digital life, both Apple and Amazon have responded by taking measures to tighten their security.
The most common rumor claims that Apple is in fact planning a 7.85-inch version of the iPad this fall – but how would such a device actually compare visually and physically with its larger brother? A newly released concept helps us get a better idea.
Apple’s dominance in the tablet market is clear, but having been criticised for its approach to controlling China’s consumer electronics industry lately, recent stats from Analysys International will hopefully silence the critics.
According to scans posted by Apple.pro from a Chinese-language newspaper, the next-gen iPhone’s outer enclosure could measure in at just 7.6mm in thickness – roughly equivalent to the iPhone 4S with its back panel removed.
Apple’s mobile advertising platform iAd has been met with moderate success, but hopefully this latest 3.0 update to iAd Producer should get more people interested, as it contains some pretty cool new features including a revamped UI and new templates.
For those of you that have been patiently waiting to buy a new Retina iPad until refurbished models became available, your moment has finally arrived. Apple’s U.S. online store is finally offering refurbished 3rd-gen iPads at a $50 discount!
Apple has managed to get something admitted into evidence that will likely keep Samung’s executives up at night for a while: a 132-page internal Samsung document that painstakingly compares the Samsung Galaxy S to the iPhone detail by detail.
Samsung objected to a photo of the Epic Touch 4G that Apple presented as evidence of design infringement this morning, claiming that Apple had doctored the image so it would look more like an iPhone. Judge Lucy Koh overruled the objection, however, saying that Samsung’s claim lacked credibility.
Subscription streaming music service Spotify updated their iOS app this morning. The update contains minor bug fixes and improvements, adds support for Apple’s upcoming iOS 6, as well as adding the ability to show more stations for iPad users.
Susan Kare, the former Apple designer who created the iconic smiling Mac icon for Apple’s computers testified in U.S. District Court, saying that Samsung has mimicked the look and feel of Apple’s mobile software to such an extent, even she gets confused.