Almost immediately after Apple releases any piece of code over-eager developers ritualistically scour its strings looking for clues. This time: iMessage for Mac OS.
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Project Spartan is a version of the Facebook UI that will run completely in a browser - specifically the Webkit-based Mobile Safari that shipped on over 200 million iOS devices.
It's almost impossible to believe but more than a year after the iPad's debut Facebook still hasn't released a native app for the blockbuster Apple tablet. The official Facebook app for iOS (iTunes, free) was available when the App Store opened in July 2008 and has over 78 million monthly active users.
That slurping sound you hear is FaceTime slowly sucking users from the Skype juggernaut. Does Skype's announcement of its new premium service mark the beginning of the end?
It looks like Christmas has come early for millions of iPhone users everywhere - Skype released version 3.0 of its iPhone app with video calling over 3G.
Episode 126 of the PowerPage Podcast is now available. You can either download it from the iTunes Store or directly (36.
A gallery of 41 photos from Leo Laporte's featured presentation at Macworld Expo 2010 (Friday).
One of Bill Gates' New Years resolutions must have been to starting Tweeting. Because he just did.
As expected, Apple last night approved the highly anticipated Facebook 3 app for the iPhone and iPod touch – 11 days after it was submitted for approval. If you have a previous version installed you'll get an update notification when you tap the Updates button.
There has been a lot of speculation that build 10A432 was declared as the Golden Master (a.k.