Marco TabiniMacworld

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

Review: SushiReader a simple app for RSS feeds

SushiReader is a good RSS reader for readers who don't need a lot of features.

The Week in iPad Cases: Oh boy!

In this week’s iPad-case roundup, you’ll find lots of fashionable accessories, with a hint of luxurious materials such as waxed canvas and high-grain leather. If you prefer whimsy, however, fear not, for we’ve engaged the services of a certain famous rodent to help us with a bit of cartoony wackiness.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Flipped

In this week's iPhone-case roundup, many of the options are as much about looks as they are about protection, thanks to luxurious touches and plenty of leather to go around.

Mac Gems: Get control of your Mac's desktop with Desktop Groups

If you like to use your desktop as a place to save frequently-accessed files, Desktop Groups can help keep those files organized.

Once more into the breach: How hackers compromise websites like Apple's

These days, it seems that websites are hacked with alarming frequency. While even companies of Apple's sophistication and size aren't immune from successful attacks, it's not quite time to start wearing your tin foil hat--yet.

Hands-on: LittleSnapper becomes Ember, with powerful collection features

RealMac reworks its snapshotting app into a scrapbooking powerhouse for professionals.

The Week in iPad Cases: Pantruche

This week’s iPad-case roundup features, as usual, a nice variety of accessories for all tastes and needs, from the professional to the quirky. The options include a nod to the original City of Lights, and a great carrying bag that is sure to turn heads on the street.

The Week in iPhone Cases: The shocking truth

With summer in full swing, many case manufacturers are turning their attention towards the fall, which means we’ve got some fashionable designs in this week’s case roundup. If high fashion isn’t your thing, we’ve also got a couple high-tech accessories your viewing and protecting pleasure.

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.