John MoltzContributor, Macworld

John Moltz recently gave up the glamour of working in corporate IT to write online at his Very Nice Web Site. He does not respond to questions about whether he used to write what amounts to Apple fan fiction.

The sad state of Apple rumors

Don't like the current crop of Apple gossip? John Moltz says to give it time.

Why Apple should sidestep the 'phablet'

John Moltz investigates the persistent rumor of an unholy phone-tablet hybrid that could spell the demise of Apple's smartphone.

Give Glass a chance: Google has a vision of a wearable future

An Apple watch and Google's Glass could just be two different takes on the same future.

Don't fear the touchscreen MacBook

Rumors are flying about an Apple wristwatch, but how about some chatter for a touch-enabled Mac?

Moving target: Apple's next move is more important than its last

Apple future doesn't hinge on iPhone 5 sales, says John Moltz. What's more important is what the company does next.

Office for iOS may be coming, but does it really matter?

Microsoft Office for iOS? Who needs it? John Moltz looks at the changing importance of office applications in this age of mobile technology