With Mountain Lion poised to make an appearance at WWDC next week for developers and eager keynote followers alike, we here at Macworld figured it might be a good time for a rundown of what we already know about Apple's next OS.
The Joy Factory's two styluses, the Monet and the DaVinci, offer a taste of the range of nib styluses currently on the market. The Monet is an elongated model that excels for painting, but not much else; the DaVinci is a solid, all-purpose tool, but not the best available.
Google+ Hangouts, the company's free online video chat technology, offers a simple way for people to get together and meet, no external software required. Here's how to get started.
Previewed at last March's iPad event, Autodesk's SketchBook Ink has hit the App Store for all to test and play with. Being the naturally curious sketcher that I am, I took it for a quick spin.
In this week's Macworld Video, we'll walk you through setting up an account with parental controls, and just what controls are available to you.
To-do and timer app Due has arrived on OS X, offering the same reminder, timer, and log support as its iOS version in a Mac-optimized interface. The program retains the simplicity of the touchscreen original while effectively transitioning to OS X's point-and-click environment.
The Mac App Store already has quite a few photo editing and cataloging software options, but on Thursday it gained one more: Lightroom 4. The app is Adobe's first heavyweight entry in Apple's store; previously, the company sold only its simpler, more compact line of programs.
Apple's new technology may literally be ahead of its time; a newly discovered internal video sent Apple staff back in time; and despite a big Wednesday payout, one senior executive still has a little time on his stock clock. It's time to face the remainders for Wednesday, May 2, 2012.
Wish you could keep playing the Imperial March on your iPhone as you leave your desk for the day? Seamless is a nifty pair of apps for doing just that.
Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell goes hands on with Google's new Dropbox competitor and cloud storage service, Google Drive.
It's the start of a new month, but we end the week as we always do -- with a look back at the major Mac and iOS news of the past seven days, courtesy of the Weekly Wrap.
We peek behind the curtain at Apple, watch Sergey Brin peer through a Google Glass prototype, and keep an eye on the ever-evolving Apple television rumors. The remainders for Friday, April 6, 2012 are peeping toms.
Chalk this up as a win for anyone with a GSM iPhone: AT&T on Friday announced that starting April 8th, the company will allow customers who have fulfilled their two-year contracts to unlock their iPhone for use on any GSM network.
Wednesday appears to be a banner day for regional carriers and the iPhone: This morning, Macworld noted that both Virginia-based nTelos and Alaskan Communications would carry the iPhone 4S starting on April 20. They aren't the only recipients of Apple's phone -- you can add another Alaskan carrier, one from Kentucky, and one from Wisconsin to the mix.
GreenSmart's Baringo Messenger is made of recycled materials, well-constructed, and plentiful in pockets, zippers, and pouches. The one problem is that it's just too big.