The first issue of Macworld is famous for having Steve Jobs on the cover. But that cover came close to not happening at all.
Pixelmator 3.1 Marble accelerates performance and adds marquee features such as print-on-demand services and the ability to edit 16-bit images.
The Mac version of Simplenote is very much like the iOS version, with a streamlined interface that doesn’t fill the screen with lots of icons or buttons.
The move will make it easier for them to collaborate, and is a defensive move against Apple
Mac enthusiasts all know about the 1984 unveiling of the Mac in Cupertino. But a few days later, Steve Jobs and the Mac team performed a more detailed Mac demo for the Boston Computer Society. Time.com and Harry McCracken have the rarely seen video of that meeting.
The company would compete against Google, PayPal, Square and others if it enters this zone.
This week's iPad-case roundup is all about serious protection, with three different ways to keep your tablet safe during high-impact situations. We also cover several stylish cases, and even some sparkling ideas to make your iPad look especially great while you're on the go.
As the Mac celebrates its 30th birthday, Dan Moren looks at where the influential computer has been and what that might mean for where it’s headed.
Perspective is important. But some things are just wrong.
Samsung owes Apple a check for smartphone patent infringement, but the multimillion-dollar award is equal to several days' profit for each company.
As promised, Netflix now lets you turn off its forced auto-advancing feature when watching streaming TV shows. Huzzah, I say.
Unless you don't print much, the expensive toner and dumbed-down features on this color laser MFP are going to frustrate you.
This week's iPhone-case roundup has a distinctive console flair, with a protective accessory that gives you the power to unleash your inner player. For everyone else, we have a great lineup of add-ons for your handset, from the fashionable to the practical, with a bit of whimsy thrown in for good measure.
Vine took the world by storm in 2013, but it needs to innovate or risk boring users before its 2nd birthday.
Are the batteries in that remote really dead? Your smartphone can help you find out.