Major League Baseball's video and audio streams come from a high-tech startup in Manhattan. Jason Snell visited it and has this Opening Day report.
Major League Baseball updated its MLB.com At Bat 11 apps for iPhone and iPad, with big new features.
Major League Baseball is preparing the regular-season update for its iPad app, with some major graphics changes. Here's an exclusive first image.
The iPad 2 has arrived, and Macworld's got a full hands-on review of the product from Jason Snell.
Jason Snell spent a week with the iPad 2. Here's his video review.
Jason Snell spent some time with iMovie on his iPad 2. Here are his first thoughts.
Jason Snell spent a week with GarageBand for iPad and the iPad 2. Here are his first impressions.
Apple's iPad Smart Cover is a nice companion product that protects the iPad 2's screen while adding far less bulk than a full case. It even integrates with the iPad's hardware and software to automatically lock and unlock the iPad when you close and open the cover. As with its iPad Case for the original iPad, Apple has set a high bar for third-party accessories.
Apple's new $39 Digital AV Adapter gives HD-capable iOS devices a feature they have sorely lacked: the ability to output HD video. At last, those HD videos on your iPad, iPhone 4, or fourth-generation (4G) iPod touch can be displayed as they were intended -- on a big, beautiful HDTV.
You've read about the iPad 2. Now join Jason Snell on this video tour of Apple's newly announced tablet.
We got to spend some quality time with the iPad 2. Here's what we learned.
The iPad led a parade of product announcements Wednesday, and we were on hand in San Francisco to capture it all.
Macworld editorial director Jason Snell and senior associate editor Dan Moren take a look at the iPad 2.
Apple invited Macworld to an event scheduled for 10 a.m. Pacific on March 2 in San Francisco. The invitation sports a peeled-back calendar page for the date of March 2, with the top corner revealing what appears to be an iPad, and text reading “Come see what 2011 will be the year of.”
In Barcelona, developers (including the CEO of Rovio, the Angry Birds people) took the stage at the new Macworld Mobile event to discuss the pros and cons of developing for the iOS platform.