Missing files that aren't actually missing.
.DS_Store files can cause headaches, but are easily removed.
Has handheld gaming passed Nintendo by? We spend hands-on time with the new Nintendo 3DS, and ponder what it needs to do to steal the spotlight back from Apple's App Store.
Dealing with .DS_Store files
Rumor has it that Apple considered launching an iPad 3D, but scrapped plans on the grounds that it might be seen as a "gimmick." But imagine what if...
Dock your iPad in the Philips Fidelio DS8550 -- or if you can't bear to part with your fruit-flavoured tablet, it'll stream your music through the wireless magic of Bluetooth.
Apache security "leak" noted with .DS_Store files
Forbes wrote that Apple could kill the Nintendo DS. But after reading that, Don Reisinger thinks it's time for a wake-up call.
DS DoubleSys, which mimics the Nintendo DS experience, is no longer available from the iTunes App Store. The app's developer remains tight-lipped on the removal.
A new app has hit the App Store that looks and operates similarly to the Nintendo DS. And so far, Apple hasn't removed it.