Steve Jobs may have just posthumously won a Grammy, but in 1976, he was just another joker. Siri, however, isn't in much of a joking mood, while QuicKeys could sure use a laugh (and a new life). Knock, knock. Who's there? The remainders for December 22, 2011, that's who.
Lion has its fair share of both converts and critics, but none so unhappy as those left in the cold with programs which no longer open in Mac OS X 10.7. Now, it seems that Quicken users may once again be able to use their crippled software, according to an email and a support document from Intuit.
Email's great for sending small items, but when it comes to sharing large files, it's not quite up to task. In this Macworld Video tip, we explain how to set up a Dropbox account so that you can exchange files of all sizes with your friends and family.
While most treat the holidays as a time for goodwill toward all, scammers don't really seem to have gotten the message. Their latest tactic: a phishing scheme aimed at MobileMe users.
Purchasing the latest episodes of your favorite TV show from the iTunes Store may be more expensive than streaming them from Hulu, but now it's at least a little easier to collect the full season without paying an arm and a leg, thanks to the new Complete My Season Pass option in iTunes.
Lawyers love them some iOS devices, Steve Jobs wasn't originally in love with the Think Different campaign, and YouTubers just adore Apple's ads. The remainders for Thursday, December 15, 2011 are just lovely, thanks.
Carrying around your entire music library just got a little bit easier for international users, as Apple on Thursday began rolling out iTunes Match to countries beyond the United States and Brazil.
Apple's Logic Express has been updated to version 9.1.6, bringing with it a variety of fixes and app stabilization.
The Wacom Inkling offers artists a wonderful option for physically sketching and creating first-draft drawings they can later upload as vector images. The Inkling's software component, however, makes working with these images a slow and cumbersome process.
Throughout his career, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs sent a myriad of email messages to fans, developers, and Mac users. CNN writer Mark Milian has collected over 100 of these email responses into a short ebook, appropriately titled Letters to Steve: Inside the E-mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs.
Thanksgiving is here, and with it, the three Fs: food, family, and football. Food and family are a given, but even if you can't park yourself in front of a television this holiday, you can pick up the next best thing with NFL Pro 2012, Gameloft's new football simulation app for the iPhone.
The world at large may be in a tizzy about the upcoming Muppets movie, but Apple enthusiasts are looking forward to a different sort of film: 59 lost minutes from a 1995 interview with Steve Jobs. Serenity Caldwell has a preview.
iTunes Match has entered the public arena (for the U.S., at least), and it's brought along a rush of questions. Never fear: Macworld is here to help make sense of it all. Here are some of the most common queries, concerns, and misconceptions about Apple's music service, laid out for your reading pleasure.
It's been a pretty busy day here at Macworld HQ, what with iTunes Match launching and all, and yet, there's still plenty more to chat about. iPhone 4S owners have one last chance to pick up AppleCare+; enterprising developers have tapped into Siri's conversations with Apple's servers; and those mind-controlled reminders? Probably all in your imagination. The remainders for Monday, November 14, 2011 are cloudy, try again later.
With iTunes Match, families with several Apple IDs can consolidate all their music purchases--even those encumbered by DRM. Here's how to do it.