Marco TabiniMacworld

Marco Tabini is based in Toronto, Canada, where he focuses on software development for mobile devices and for the Web.

Is Apple killing paid upgrades?

Logic Pro X is out and an upgrade price is not among its many features. Is this is a one-time occurrence, or the beginning of a trend?

The Week in iPad Cases: Apocalypto

This week's iPad-case roundup is all about fashion and style, ranging from the perfect accessory for an elegant soirée to the quirky tablet companion for the modern post-apocalyptic user.

The Week in iPhone Cases: I am Iron Man

In this week's iPhone-case roundup, you'll find a case that keeps little tykes occupied (and handsets safe), a collection designed to stun your fashion sense, and a veritable, well, suit of armor inspired by Marvel's own playboy superhero.

Review: Keeper password manager is powerful and simple, but pricey

Keeper helps you keep your logins safe from prying eyes with a simple and effective user interface that works across just about any platform you can thing of. Unfortunately, syncing -- a feature that just about everyone needs these days -- comes at a steep price.

The Week in iPad Cases: Fireworks

In this week's edition of our iPad-case roundup, you'll find some very expensive leather creations, a case that brings together cute minions and the Doctor, and the usual assortment of protective accessories for your tablet.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Multiple identities

In this week's iPhone case roundup, you'll find a duo of cases that double as viewing stands, a few models at bargain-basement prices, and the usual eclectic mix of protective accessories for all tastes.

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Mac Gems: Instacast for Mac makes listening to podcasts a pleasure

If you listen to podcasts, Instacast belongs on your Mac, particularly if you find yourself switching between devices when you're on the go.

The Week in iPad Cases: Great Scott!

This week's iPad case roundup includes a specimen inspired by one of the best movie franchises of the Eighties -- in addition, of course, to our usual lineup of great protective accessories for your tablets.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Underwater

You'll find lots of waterproof accessories in this week's iPhone case roundup—perfect for the summer—alongside our usual selection of cases that keep your handset elegant and safe.

Mac Gems Promising Prospect: Shortcat replaces mouse clicks with keyboard presses

It's hard to use a modern computer interface without a mouse or trackpad, but Shortcat helps you reduce your dependency on point-and-click in favor of clever keyboard-based shortcuts that work nearly everywhere on your Mac.

Inside the technology behind iOS 7's parallax effect

Among the many changes coming our way in iOS 7 is the ability to create the illusion of depth through a technique known as parallax display. Marco Tabini digs into how it works.

The Week in iPad Cases: Heart strings

This week’s iPad-case roundup includes a number of covers that aim to be as inconspicuous as possible, while still adding a bit of color to your tablet. We’ve also got a few that aim for your fashion sense with a combination of fine materials and loving craftsmanship.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Party in my tummy

There’s a delicious treat on the menu for this week’s iPhone case roundup, alongside the usually mix of protective accessories for your handset. We’ve also got a few that prolong your battery life—a great feature for all-day outdoor use now that summer is here.

Mac Gems: OneSafe gives 1Password some password-saving competition

There's no shortage of password managers for OS X, but Lunabee's OneSafe, like the popular 1Password, sets itself apart with a smart feature set and impressive usability.

Four ways OS X Mavericks will save your MacBook's battery

Big under-the-hood changes are coming to OS X's ability to extend a Mac's battery life. Here's a quick look at how they work.