Serenity CaldwellAssociate Editor, Macworld

Serenity has been writing and talking and tinkering with Apple products since she was old enough to double-click. In her spare time, she sketches, writes, acts, sings, and wears an assortment of hats.

Remains of the Day: Game closet

Apple toys around with a new way to check the status of your online orders, a U.S. senator wants the DOJ to stop playing into Amazon's hands, and AT&T avoids tapping into the FaceTime-pricing game--for now.

TechHive: Pillboxie for iOS ideal for tracking medication

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If you like keeping track of your medicine, you should absolutely get this app.

WaterField's CitySlicker MacBook Case is slick as can be

WaterField Designs's latest offering, the CitySlicker MacBook case, is a hybrid of a laptop sleeve and lightweight shoulder bag. While the bag's snap-closure mechanisms aren't ideal, it's otherwise a near-perfect choice for MacBook users who want something slim and professional-looking with just the hint of a rugged side.

Remains of the Day: Promises, promises

Mozilla makes promises about its phone OS, the App Store promises to add a Food & Drink category, and there are new iCloud.com features promised with the release of iOS 6. The remainders for Tuesday, July 3, 2012 are looking forward to a promising day off tomorrow.

Get this app: Can I Stream It?

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If you're looking to stream a specific movie, Can I Stream It? will tell you which streaming services carry that title.

Wacom's Intuos5 touch interface gives this graphics tablet a distinctive edge

Three compelling features put the Wacom Intuos5 at the top of any artist's shopping list: design, software, and touch.

Remains of the Day: Head down, power through

What would you do to polish up an Apple project? An ex-contractor stuck around for several months without pay, California Governor Jerry Brown pulled some legal strings, and the company's retail division tried a new trick. The remainders for Monday, July 2, 2012 are pulling overtime.

Watermark your PDFs and images with Bronson Watermarker

Bronson Watermarker fills a small--but vital--niche for those who need to create watermarked PDFs and images. You can even export your files as a single image to make sure that someone can't strip the watermark from your PDF.

Geofencing alerts to come to Find My Friends this fall

This fall, you can stop asking your friend "Are you here yet?" Your phone will tell you for them. According to Apple's iOS 6 website, the company's Find My Friends app is set to add a new geofencing notification system with iOS 6.

Apple quietly updates AirPort Express

Just when you thought it was safe to put away your credit card, Apple's gone ahead and put out another new piece of hardware: a revision to the AirPort Express.

Mountain Lion to ship in July for $20

At Monday's keynote for the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple revealed several new tidbits about Mountain Lion--including its ship date.

Mountain Lion: What we know heading into WWDC

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.

Joy Factory styluses are solid, but not exceptional

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.

Make Google+ Hangouts your new meeting room

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.

Hands on with SketchBook Ink

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.