Michael E. Cohen
Adds Chrome support, includes a variety of other changes. ($39.95 new, free update, 19.1 MB)
Text editor update includes HTML5 tag completion and added keyboard shortcuts. ($99 new, free update, 20 MB)
Updated HP printer drivers. (Free, 448.7 MB)
Disk cloning utility offers improved handling of media read errors, along with bug fixes. (Free, 4.3 MB)
Fixes for an email security vulnerability and a number of crashing bugs highlight this first update to Microsoft’s Office for Mac 2011.
The definitive Safari 5 guide from long-time Mac expert Sharon Zardetto explores Safari features both new and old and provides the practical advice you need to use Safari to its fullest.
Joe Kissell’s revised ebook about MobileMe explores the nooks and crannies of Apple’s cloud-based service, guides you through the latest MobileMe changes, and explains what they mean to you.
An upgrade to the powerful and venerable editor from Bare Bones Software includes HTML5 syntax support, directory-specific settings, and access to Automator workflows on the Scripts menu, among a plethora of enhancements and fixes.
Imports Transmit favorites, adds usability features, and fixes bugs. (Free, 19.9 MB)
iLife ’11 brings major improvements and cosmetic surgery to iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. With a lower price ($49), and immediate availability, you’ll be delving into new versions soon.
The new CalDAV-savvy MobileMe calendar is now available to all users, but whether you should upgrade or not is another matter.
Although there's still no official word of a Verizon Wireless iPhone, the iPad is about to make its debut with Verizon, with and without a bundled MiFi router.
One iTunes library, one family: is it even possible? Michael E. Cohen and Adam Engst run through all the ways of setting up an iTunes media server for a family, none of which are perfect, but one of which may be what you need.
You won’t be caught powerless with Apple’s new battery charger and batteries—but how they behave may surprise you.
Owners of Mac Pros with malfunctioning ATI X1900 XT video cards can now exchange their cards under a new Apple program - if the cards have the right serial numbers.