Apple spent a bit of time previewing iBooks for OS X Mavericks during WWDC, but said nothing about iBooks for iOS. Could an iBooks preview -- with iBooks Author ebooks support for the iPhone -- be coming next week? Associate editor Serenity Caldwell thinks so, and a new clue seems to support it.
So long, Bamboo: Wacom on Wednesday announced that its consumer and pro tabletop tablet lines would merge under the Intuos name. (The Cintiq name continues to represent the company's top-tier tablet display.)
Apple on Tuesday added five new apps to its Apple TV lineup: the Disney Channel, Disney XD, Smithsonian, Weather Channel, and Vevo. Both Disney apps offer live streaming, while the Weather Channel offers features normally seen on an iPad or iPhone app.
On Tuesday, Tumult released the second version of its HTML5 WYSIWYG animation program, Hype. Associate editor Serenity Caldwell goes hands on to explore ten of the app's new features.
Use hand gestures to control iTunes.
Wacom on Tuesday surprised artists around the globe with a foray into the pressure-sensitive iPad stylus market along with its own mobile tablet solution based on the Cintiq line.
Though the movie's $6.7 million opening weekend recouped more than half its $12 million budget, distributor Open Road films was hoping for something better.
Glui has no bells or whistles, but it excels as a screenshot app.
Want to bring your Apple stuff with when you visit another country? Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell shows you how to minimize the ensuing aggravation.
There are many services bidding for the chance to store and share our digital memories. The latest, Loom, claims to be as user-friendly as Dropbox. Does it live up to the statement? Associate editor Serenity Caldwell goes hands-on.
Wacom's smallest and most-affordable Cintiq has many charms going for it—but it's held back by its lack of Multi-Touch capability.
Don't let your information accidentally get erased. It's easy to back up to iCloud and to iTunes; here's a short video primer to help you do so.
Do you still need to use iTunes to sync your iPad and iPhone with your Mac? The answer is (probably) yes. Associate Editor Serenity Caldwell explains why, and leads you through the ins and outs of the syncing process.
We go hands on with Any.do's second app, Cal, a nifty little calendaring app that aims to give you back more of your free time.
The Tuesday after a holiday weekend can sometimes drag on; that's why we have music to lighten the mood. If you use Pandora's iOS app for your work-day tunes, check out its new update: It brings improved streaming and auto-pause features.