The 3D printing company announces a prototype device at its SXSW keynote address.
Almost no one else will see a bigger boost from the most-heralded feature in the new iPhone OS than the hit microblogging service.
Maker of office productivity software for Symbian and BlackBerry handsets releases its first suite for Apple's device and includes a function not yet natively supported.
Who knew Apple was so... what?
When many Windows users switch to the Mac, one of the seeming logical features that is missing is the ability to cut and paste items in the filesystem browser. Many people get used to this for organizing their files, and to see it missing on the Mac takes a little getting used to if you have frequently used this feature.
Apple often takes novel approaches at incorporating features in its systems, but sometimes these approaches can be confusing, as is the case with its new implementation of keyboard shortcuts to manage files in the Finder.
In OS X Lion, Apple has updated a few of the keyboard shortcuts to either provide new options or enhanced features to existing options.
Inspired by hip-hop emcee face-offs, the global contest turns the normally invisible process of digital design into performance art.
Bonnie Cha demonstrates the cut and paste function of the Palm Pre.
The new Web service promises to let iPhone users carry on with cutting and pasting. So far, though, all we have is the YouTube demo.