Marco TabiniMacworld

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

Apple expands flash storage options across iMac line

In the market for an iMac? You'll be happy to hear you can now have a side of Flash storage with that dish of awesome thinness.

Printopia Pro brings AirPrint support to organizations large and small

Printopia Pro, an enterprise version of the popular OS X utility, aims to expand support for Apple's AirPrint to large and small organizations, all at less than the cost of a single new printer.

The Week in iPad Cases: Art and society

You'll find some great examples of artistry at work in this week's iPad-case roundup. From leather to the most modern of synthetics, we've got a case for every taste—even for those who find the best kind of beauty in minimalistic simplicity.

The Week in iPhone Cases: The claaaaw!

In this week’s edition of our iPhone-case roundup, you’ll find a case inspired by some memorable cartoon characters, a veritable Swiss Army knife for your handset, and a case that could save your life one day—plus, of course, our usual selection of protection for all tastes.

Twitter revives, updates native OS X client

It appears that reports of the social network's native desktop client for Mac were decidedly premature, as the company announced on Thursday that it has updated its client, adding support for Retina displays and a number of new features.

Review: PaintCode excels at transforming vector images into code

Pixel perfection is the objective of every app developer, but it is not always possible, or even desirable. PaintCode allows you to bring vector images right into your code, and provides a number of interesting features that could change the way you program.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Rugged life

Good weather is on its way, and with it iPhone cases designed with active lifestyles in mind.

Review: Year Walk is a scary good adventure for iOS

Monsters, ghosts, murder, and a snow-covered forest are but some of the elements of this beautiful—and challenging—title for your iPad and iPhone.

The Week in iPad Cases: From A to Z

There a little for everyone in this week's iPad case roundup, from the simple to the functional, from the sturdy to the fashionable.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Shining, shimmering, splendid

Tough is the name of the game in this week's edition of our iPhone case roundup, but never at the expense of a splash of fashion.

T-Mobile sweetens iPhone 5 deal with discounts for trade-ins

Only days from the introduction of the Apple's flagship mobile device on its network, the company has announced up to $220 in incentives to lure customers from rivals AT&T and Verizon.

The sync conundrum: Rethinking Apple's cloud services

Despite the fact that over a quarter billion people rely on it for their email, calendars, and notes, iCloud's lesser-known data sync capabilities have turned out to be a mixed bag for developers. Here are a few ways in which Apple could improve them for the future.

Review: LastPass takes your passwords to the cloud

If you've always wanted to try a password manager but cost and complexity have held you back, LastPass offers a great solution that is easy to use and comes with a wonderfully attractive price tag.

Inside Siri's brain: The challenges of extending Apple's virtual assistant

Siri is one of the biggest features to hit iOS in recent years, and yet it remains severely limited in its capabilities. Alas, Apple--and third-party developers--must overcome many obstacles before voice interaction becomes a pervasive part of the mobile experience.

The Week in iPad Cases: The little ones have all the fun

Watching children play with your iPad can be a great experience...until they drop it. Which is why you might want to check out one of the cases we bring you in this week’s roundup. And if children are not your worry, we've got cases for grownups, too.