Now that Macworld has published the results of our realiability-and-satisfaction survey, Dan Miller takes a closer look at the results -- including two seemingly contradictory responses about how satisfied Mac users are with their machines and how dependable those computers are.
Dan Miller has been giving iGoogle a test run as his personalized home page, and he’s ready to ditch My Yahoo. Here’s why.
Worried about viruses when you run Windows on your Intel-based Mac? Intego's showing off something to ease your concerns.
The longest line Dan Miller's seen this week at Expo has to be around the Google booth, where the search-engine giant is showing off the eye-catching SketchUp and Google Earth.
Lithium's Lithium Network Monitoring Platform may be the most beautiful piece of Mac Software Dan Miller has ever seen.
Dan Miller takes a closer look at Geophoto, a new program from Ovolab that lets you browser photos by location rather than file name or date.
Solid-state, flash-based storage--the kind used in the iPod nano and shuffle--is coming to the Mac. The result could be better battery life, quicker booting, and entirely new kinds of systems.
The Eddy Awards is Dan Miller's favorite feature at Macworld. Here's why.
With Apple rolling out hardware updates at a breakneck pace, bargain hunters like Dan Miller have more opportunities to find "nearly new" systems via Apple's refurb store.
Macworld is looking for the trends that will have the greatest impact on Mac users over the next 12 to 18 months. And we'd like your help in pointing them out.
When iCal undergoes an update for OS X 10.5, expect a calendaring application that's a lot smarter about group scheduling.
The news that Gracenote has reached licensing agreements giving it access to the lyrics to more than a million songs could mean a new iTunes feature is just around the corner. Dan Miller explains.
Is your loved one always talking about conspiracy theories or sending urban myths to you via e-mail? Could we call them paranoid? Here are some tools to help them secure their digital lifeblood (we’ll leave the theory debunking to you).
Macworld editors can be a jaded bunch. We’ve been looking at Mac hardware and software for so long, we sometimes feel as though we’ve seen it all before. But then, every once in a while, something new comes along—a desktop gadget, a way to keep a laptop safe, or an oddball USB device, for instance—that makes us stop and say “Wow.”
Laptop bags have long been the Model Ts of the accessories world: practical, homely, and black. That’s changing. When it comes to toting your favorite Mac, basic black is way, way out.