We've heard what Apple had to say on education, and the masses have responded; meanwhile, the Smithsonian spotlights one venerable Mac product from the chamber of history. Gear up for some learning--the remainders for Thursday, January 19, 2012 are going to go take a nap on their desks.
At Thursday's education event, Apple put glee into the heart of every ebook publisher with the announcement of iBooks Author, the company's new ebook authoring tool. Naturally, after all her griping and wishes over such an app, staff editor Serenity Caldwell had to take it for a spin: Here's what she discovered.
At Thursday's education-themed Apple event at the Guggenheim museum, Apple executives Phil Schiller and Roger Rosen introduced iBooks 2. The updated iOS app heads the first of two education initiatives unveiled by Apple Thursday.
One day to go before Apple's education-themed event in New York City, and the Internet is a-buzzing. The part of it not shut down in protest of SOPA and PIPA, that is. Dan Moren and Lex Friedman are heading to the Guggenheim, and the remainders for Wednesday, January 18, 2012 are off to Conjunction Junction.
Macworld staff editor Serenity Caldwell has wished in the past for a one-stop ePub publishing shop; if Apple does release such a tool on Thursday, here are some of the features she hopes it might have.
Aluminum-machined styluses are all the rage these days, with Arctic Accessories's Architect Stylus the latest in a long line of impeccably-designed devices. But while the Architect may take its cues from Adonit's line of capped pens, and the sleek figure of Wacom's Bamboo, it winds up being in a class all its own.
Despite impossible odds, staff editor Serenity Caldwell managed to leave Las Vegas and the International Consumer Electronics Show with (most of) her wits; she's used the last to drum up some thoughts about her first tour of the trade show.
From the iLounge Pavilion to the rest of the Consumer Electronics Show floor, our intrepid editors leave no stone unturned looking for eye-catching iPhone and iPad cases, styluses, and other add-ons.
Adonit shows off the new pressure-sensitive Jot Touch stylus at CES, and staff editor Serenity Caldwell takes it out for a test drive.
Macworld's Serenity Caldwell and Alexandra Chang continue to stalk the Consumer Electronics Show for interesting Mac and iOS products. In this latest installment, they visit the ShowStoppers press event, where a bevy of gadgets and software is on display.
Before the International Consumer Electronics Show kicks off on Tuesday, gadget makers show off their wares at Monday night's Digital Experience. Serenity Caldwell and Alexandra Chang visited the showcase, looking for standout Mac and iOS products.
Verizon chief financial officer Fran Shammo announced Wednesday that the company had sold 4.2 million iPhones in its fourth quarter, nearly doubling the previous quarter's sales.
Roku on Wednesday announced that it would be compressing its traditional set-top software into a thumb drive-sized Streaming Stick, to be available in the second half of 2012.
A lot happened in Apple's technology sphere over the last year. Products, leadership changes, and -- yes --even lawsuits. Here's a collection of quotes from the last 12 months to give you an overview of everything that went down in 2011.
There are styluses for writing, styluses for painting, styluses for navigating, and even styluses for playing a virtual guitar. Whatever your use case may be, here's a guide to help you find what you need.