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Apple Reports Stellar Q1 2011 Financial Results

It’s not really surprising anymore, but the Mac, iPhone, and iPad have produced Apple’s largest earnings report ever. Again.Show full article

Immaculate Reception, or, A MobileMe Mystery

It’s the modern-day equivalent of a Sherlock Holmes locked-room mystery—how can a calendar event move from an iPhone with no Internet connection to a MacBook Pro connected only to a hotel Wi-Fi network?Show full article

DealBITS Winners: Disc Cover 3

See who won copies of BeLight’s disc labeling software Disc Cover 3 in last week’s DealBITS drawing. Show full article

Transmit 4 Improves on File Transfers

Faced with the need to automate Amazon S3 uploads, Adam is forced to switch away from the stalwarts of the file transfer world, Fetch and Interarchy, and to give Panic’s Transmit a try. Read on to see how it fares!Show full article

UnityRemote Turns iOS Device into Universal Remote

A Bluetooth gadget from Gear4 turns your iOS device into an entertainment center universal remote, removes couch potato clutter.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 24 January 2011

Notable software releases this week include ScreenFlow 2.1.5, iMovie 9.0.2, TextWrangler 3.5.1, Postbox 2.1.2, Epson Printer Drivers v2.5.1, MacBook Air (Late 2010) Software Update 2.0, and iDVD 7.1.1.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 24 January 2011

Carve out some reading time, because we have a slew of worthwhile articles beyond the confines of TidBITS this week. Our own Lex Friedman has a couple of thought-provoking pieces at Macworld about treadmill desks and Apple’s responses to customer complaints. Then there are Macworld’s wishes for the Mac App Store, all those Easter eggs hidden inside Apple icons, the BBC’s excellent Internet visualization tools, and the story behind the Stuxnet worm.Show full article

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