Dan MorenSenior Editor, Macworld Follow me on Google+

Dan has been writing about all things Apple since 2006, when he first started contributing to the MacUser blog. Since then he's covered most of the company's major product releases and reviewed every major revision of iOS. In his "copious" free time, he's usually grinding away on a novel or two.

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Apple CFO Oppenheimer to retire in September

The long-serving financial chief will be succeeded by the company's current corporate controller, Luca Maestri, beginning in June.

Cook dishes on Apple TV, innovation, cash on hand at annual shareholder meeting

Apple held its annual shareholder meeting on Friday, at which CEO Tim Cook discussed the Apple TV, innovation, and more.

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Deploying Apple devices in business and schools just got easier

Apple's also published a document that details how several security systems in iOS work, and been deemed the most admired company in the world for a seventh straight time.

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Screens is a portal into your Mac

Sometimes there's no replacement for sitting in front of your Mac. Fortunately, Screens exists to bring your Mac to your iOS device.

OS X 10.9.2 arrives to fix SSL vulnerability, Mail problems, and more

The fix for the much discussed SSL flaw in OS X is in, thanks to 10.9.2. And in case that's not enough, there are fixes for Mail and new features for FaceTime and iMessage.

What we might see in the next Apple TV

A preponderance of rumors suggest that a new Apple TV is on the way. Dan Moren takes a look at the field, and what we might expect.

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What you need to know about Apple's SSL bug

Apple patched a serious vulnerability in its implementation of SSL on iOS last Friday, but the Mac is still affected. If you're concerned or curious, here's how it might currently affect you.

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Apple scoops up Burstly, owner of TestFlight beta testing platform

Continuing a spate of purchases over recent months, Apple has acquired Burstly and its TestFlight platform, a beta testing service for iOS developers.

Steve Jobs gets stamp of approval

Plus, a rumored Amazon set-top box may soon arrive, and more countries get access to Apple's two-step authentication.

Alternative iOS keyboard now open to all developers

Also, how one scammer got catapulted a game to the top of the App Store charts, and the latest images of Apple's new campus.

Apple's iTunes Festival to hit the U.S for the first time

The music concert will take place in Austin at the SXSW conference in March. Plus, why Apple's advertising network has never really taken off, and the company's smartphone gains in China.

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Podcast: Of trolls and Tesla

Dan Moren and Chris Breen talk the news of the week including Stupid Apple Rumors (Tesla Edition), terrible trolls, iPad and Office meetings, and bad news for the makers of Flappy Jacks.

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Lords of Waterdeep brings fantasy and intrigue to iOS

Fans of fantasy, intrigue, and board games have hit the trifecta with the excellent iOS adaptation of Wizards of the Coast's board game.

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Apple's 2014 supplier report: Better working conditions, fewer conflict minerals

In its 2014 Supplier Responsibility Report, Apple says it's improved working conditions among its suppliers and has established conflict-free smelters for one of the materials it uses.

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Adventures in troubleshooting: Replacing a MacBook Air's faulty SSD

When something dies on our Mac, we take it to the Genius Bar. But what if you feel like getting your hands a little dirty?