Jason Snell is back from Comic-Con with details about how the iPad is changing the way the comics industry does its business.
Apple discontinued the white polycarbonate MacBook Wednesday, leaving the 11-inch MacBook Air as the low-cost laptop in Apple's product line-up.
Combine the influx of new Mac users with Apple's development of iOS, and you get Lion, the most significant upgrade to OS X since its debut more than ten years ago. Can one OS please both Mac vets and novices? Jason Snell has the review.
Apple on Wednesday announced an update to the MacBook Air product line that adds Intel Core i5 processors, fast Thunderbolt connectivity, a backlit keyboard, and improved configuration options.
Jason Snell and Dan Moren have live coverage of Apple's conference call with analysts following the company's quarterly earnings statement.
Jason Snell went to the space shuttle launch last week. Here are his notes on the experience.
The final Space Shuttle launch will include two slightly modified iPhone 4s bound for the International Space Station.
Macworld has released Macworld Daily Reader 1.1, an updated iPad app that adds breaking-news alerts, improved readability performance, and more. It's available now for free on the App Store.
Gartner analyst and Macworld columnist Michael Gartenberg looks at the state of the mobile world with Macworld editorial director Jason Snell.
Jason Snell has been testing a few dozen folio-style cases for the iPad 2. Here's a brief look at nearly a dozen.
Jason Snell took HP's TouchPad out for a spin. Is it the first true iPad competitor? Maybe. But its promising software is hampered by bugs.
Jason Snell says something about Apple's WWDC 2011 keynote reminded him of mobster movies. No, nobody got whacked. (Except MobileMe.) But Apple did settle old scores and move aggressively forward.
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday with a keynote delivered by CEO Steve Jobs.
The new Windows 8 for tablets is a failure, Jason Snell says, because Microsoft simply can't let go of the past and embrace its intriguing future.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt was the kick-off interview at this year's D9 conference, and Macworld's Jason Snell was there to take it in.