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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.
Jason Snell talks to Wired's Brian Chen about "Always On," his new book about the iPhone.
Whether you're hitting the road for business or pleasure, these tips can make traveling with your Apple gear much more fun.
Not for the faint of heart: Jason Snell explains how to adjust Twitterrific's appearance by editing settings files.
Cat-themed remaindered links, including cat apps, kittens on a Roomba, and phishing attacks.
Thunderbolt's made its way to the new MacBook Pros and iMacs, but Jason Snell explains that nobody has actually been able to lay hands on a single Thunderbolt device yet.
The new Direct Mode feature of the Wi-Fi connected Eye-Fi memory cards makes your digital camera and your iOS devices best buddies, Jason Snell says.
Apple doesn't respond to crises like other companies. Is that good or bad? Jason Snell says it sure hasn't hurt the company so far.