Google says that Gmail users in the U.S. and Canada will still be able to place voice calls through the web-based email service for free through 2013.
If your holidays brought an iPhone 5, iPad mini, fourth-generation iPad, or fifth-generation iPod touch, our panel of experts has suggestions for what apps you should download.
Chances are, your favorite iOS game is sporting a new look for the holidays. Here are five that caught our eye.
As the song goes, music can help to make spirits bright this time of year. But not this music. Not ever.
Everything from iPad minis to executive changes at Apple is on the agenda as a panel of Mac luminaries tries to come up with snappy answers to not-so-snappy questions.
The two companies announced an end to all disputes involving each other's patents, as they reached a 10-year licensing agreement covering all current and future patents.
Now that we've had a chance to put Apple's iPad mini to the test, we discuss our evaluation of that new tablet -- and of the fourth-generation iPad -- in the latest Macworld Podcast.
Apple reported revenue of $36 billion and net profit of $8.2 billion for its fiscal fourth quarter, both increases from the previous year. Those numbers were driven by iPhone and iPad sales growth. Mac sales were also up slightly at a time when other PC makers are struggling to move merchandise.
Apple had a busy day Tuesday, which means a busy podcast for Macworld. Jason Snell and Dan Moren join host Philip Michaels to go over all the latest announcements out of Cupertino.
The iPad mini was the marquee addition to Apple's product lineup on Tuesday, but it was the only hardware Apple unveiled. In addition to the smaller version of its tablet, Apple released a new generation of its full-sized iPad as well as new iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini models.
A smaller version of the iPad is expected to be announced at Tuesday's Apple press event. But could Apple also be planning an update to any of its Mac hardware and software? Philip Michaels weighs the possibilities.
Saturday Night Live has no patience for tech pundits complaining about the iPhone 5, if a sketch that aired this weekend is anything to go by.
Market-research firm ChangeWave says that demand for the iPhone 5 is much higher than it was a year ago for the iPhone 4S. The survey also found that few iPhone 5 and iOS 6 users consider the redesigned Maps app to be a major problem, and that it's not dissuading people from wanting to upgrade to Apple's latest smartphone.
Jason Snell has spent some time with Apple's new phone and joins the Macworld Podcast to give his verdict on the iPhone 5.
Check out our coverage from multiple Apple stores the morning the iPhone 5 went on sale.