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How to Make an iPhone Screenshot

Want to take a screenshot of something on your iPhone or iPod touch? Press the Home button and Power button briefly at the same time, and an image of your screen will be saved to the Photos app (and will sync with iPhoto when you next connect). Don't hold the buttons too long or your device will either power down or reboot.

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Cool Products at Macworld 2011

One of the best parts of Macworld Expo is seeing cool new products, and although there weren’t many on the Mac side of things, the iPhone and iPad have done wonders for releasing industrial design creativity. Read on for our picks.Show full article

Macworld 2011 Successful, but Needs to Keep Evolving

If you weren’t able to make it out to San Francisco last week, read on for Adam’s description of what it was like to be at the latest iteration of Macworld Expo, Macworld 2011. He also ponders what the conference organizers should consider doing to keep the show relevant in the future.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 31 January 2011

Notable software releases this week include GraphicConverter 7.1, Skype 5.0, Dropbox 1.0.20, Airfoil 4.0.1, Transmit 4.1.5, Opera 11.0.1, iTunes 10.1.2, Drive Genius 3.1, Mellel 2.8, and BBEdit 9.6.3/TextWrangler 3.5.3.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 31 January 2011

Although it feels to us as though the world stops when we go to Macworld Expo, clearly something was happening. The App Store hit 10 billion with a B downloads, Verizon Wireless said it would offer an unlimited data plan, Facebook added secure connections (imagine!), and Rich Mogull’s article on Apple’s security future garnered a nice comment in the Macalope column.Show full article

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