Jason Snell, Romon Loyola, Serenity Caldwell, and Lex Friedman match wits in a battle to see who's got their finger on the pulse of the Mac universe.
A memo obtained by the SprintFeed weblog suggests that Apple is extending the deadline for iPhone 4S owners to order AppleCare+ to Dec. 15. All iPhone purchasers will now have 30 days to buy the $99 AppleCare+ extension, according to the memo.
The graphics, sound, and gameplay in this game add up to a great side-scrolling offering for your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
Apple's iTunes Match service went live this week, and a trio of Macworld editors stops by the podcast to talk about their experience using the new service.
Two apps -- SportCaster and PlayUp -- combine a basic sports scoreboard with the ability to interact with your fellow sports fans. While the two apps go about this in different ways, the results disappoint.
We take the occasion of our MacBook Pro review to discuss Apple's new laptops and Macworld Lab's updated Speedmark 7 tests.
The regional carrier will start selling the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 to its customers in the southeastern U.S. on November 11. C Spire also announced service plan pricing for iPhone customers.
This mobile adaptation of the Mo Willems book will delight fans of the Don't Let the Pigeon series of children's books.
While not a perfect app -- there are some navigational issues to work out -- TV.com is ideal if you'd like to watch your favorite CBS and CW television programs from your iPhone or iPod touch.
When it kicks off on January 26, 2012, Macworld Expo will have a new name -- Macworld|iWorld -- to emphasize its focus on the entire range of Apple products and technology. Registration for the conference and expo opened Tuesday.
This zombie-blasting shooter offers its share of thrills, but there's little to distinguish Crazy John from the multitude of zombie-themed games in the App Store.
An 81-minute video of last week's memorial for Steve Jobs is now available at Apple's website. The Apple co-founder and former CEO passed away earlier this month.
This trivia app stands out thanks to a well-implemented design that's perfectly suited to the touch controls of your iPhone or iPod touch.
Berlin-based Changers is rolling out a charging kit that not only converts sunlight into power for charging devices like the iPhone and iPad, but also calculates how much energy you're creating. Download that info to the Changers website, and you can earn credits that can be redeemed with eco-minded retailers.
Dan Moren, Lex Friedman, and Jason Snell roll up their sleeves and dive deep into Apple's latest mobile OS to give you the nitty gritty about iOS 5.