Griffin has bundled a cassette adapter with the TuneFlex flex-arm cradle for the iPod Nano. The company is selling the bundle for $49.99.
Web page authoring application Freeway has been updated fixing several bugs, including a crash that could occur when changing the font size in an HTML 3.2 page when running under Intel.
Geek cred is nothing to be ashamed of. These little knickknacks will let the world know your loved one isn’t afraid of technology nor the fashion it inspires.
Macworld Podcast: The new MacBook Apple took the wraps off its much-anticipated MacBook, the replacement to both the iBook G4 and the 12-inch PowerBook. And we didn’t waste any time getting our hands on some of the new models.
Cyrus Farivar has a brand new MacBook in hand, and he likes what he sees so far.
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We turn the Macworld Podcast over to you today. During the last podcast we asked listeners to submit audio comments, questions, and Mac tips for the chance to win iPod gear; we received a flood of responses, so here's some of the winning submissions.
Cyrus Farivar harnesses the power of open-box discounts to get new Apple gear at reduced prices.
Apple made its presence known at the NAB trade show in Las Vegas, announcing a 17-inch version of the MacBook Pro. Macworld.com News Director Jim Dalrymple checks in from the show floor at NAB to talk about the latest addition to Apple's laptop line.
Senior Editor Rob Griffiths talks about his experience using Parallels Workstation to run multiple operating systems. And Senior Editor Dan Frakes weighs in on the newest iPod gear he’s gotten his hands on in his role as reviews editor for Playlist.
The iTunes Music Store's Multi-Pass delivers regular content to your desktop for a nominal fee. Cyrus Farivar takes the service out for a spin.
We follow up on last week’s celebration of Apple’s 30th anniversary by examining some of the landmark products that have come out of Cupertino throughout the last three decades.
April 1 marks the 30th anniversary of Apple. It’s no joke. What a long way Mac users have come from the engineering brilliance of the Apple I and its difficult interface, to the overall elegance of the new video-playing iPod. We’ve brought in a few extra guests to give us some perspective on the last three decades.
As Apple celebrates its 30th anniversary, pundits and former Apple employees all agree that the company has had a profound impact on the personal computer industry.