Google knows more about you than ever before, and you like it that way. How did the popular yet controversial company convince you of its trustworthiness?
It's been five years since the release of the first iPhone OS, and a lot has changed with each subsequent release. Take a stroll down memory lane as I chart the changes with each new version.
MacFixIt Answers is a feature in which we answer questions e-mailed from our readers. This week we have questions on missing "new message" chimes in Mail, installing iPhoto from another computer, Time Machine drives not being recognized despite being formatted properly, and how to set a system to boot to the 64-bit kernel by default.
One of the biggest font foundries is releasing a catalog of nearly 8,000 fonts for Web pages. The move will help designers add polish--and create a new revenue stream for the company.
Yesterday Apple updated the MobileMe website to include a new version of the WebMail interface that has been in beta development for a while. Since the update, Mail now has a bunch of new features, including widescreen and compact views, more organization and filtering rules, archiving features, better security, and a new layout. Along with the new release, Apple has a number of releated knowledgebase articles available, including a FAQ that MobileMe users may find useful.
Some things that we think are--or wish were--on tap for the next version of the iPhone OS, set to be introduced on Thursday.
After Apple said its iPad doesn't support Flash, Adobe is sticking up for its technology. The Open Web movement challenging Flash has increasing clout--but still plenty of chaos, too.
Start-up Sauce Labs receives funding to support open-source Selenium project on-premise and in the cloud.
October statistics show Google's browser eked away the most usage share from dominant Microsoft. Will Firefox reach 25 percent usage by the end of the year?