The pan-motion photography technique makes your moving subject look sharp against a blurred background.
Macworld got to play with Sega's latest games for the iOS—Samurai Blood Show, Brick People and Sega Bass Fishing Challenge.
One of the best things about Apple’s Aperture is that it is an excellent host for third-party software. These plug-ins provide useful features that Aperture lacks.
Apple on Wednesday released updates to fix issues in Lion with Boot Camp and with certain iMacs' graphics cards.
Kempton and Darrow's Rough Night Deceiver is pricey, and by taking the place of a large purse and a laptop bag, it can be bulky. But if you're a laptop-toting fashionista with some cash to spare, it will protect your laptop while holding more stuff than you know what to do with.
Zynga is bringing the popular iOS and Android word game to Facebook.
Bert Monroy creates hyperrealistic paintings almost entirely in Photoshop (with a little help from Illustrator). Times Square took four years to complete.
Lo-fi apps have their place, but for photographers who want to use their iPhone for high-quality image capture and editing, here are some useful and fun apps.
The latest Orb Live update lets users stream free Hulu content to their iOS devices with no extra subscription fee.
Crayola ColorStudio HD, created by the coloring products maker in collaboration with Griffin Technology, is a free app that works exclusively with a $30 marker-shaped stylus.
Apple's iPhoto is a powerful tool on its own, but it can do even more with the right plug-in. These tools will help you share, edit, and manage your iPhoto library.
Father's Day is Sunday, June 19th. Your Macworld editors and interns came up with this list of cool gift ideas at every price point. If you're not the gift-giving type, don't forget to call.
Articles by Lauren Crabbe