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Macworld/iWorld's vice president and general manager, Paul Kent, talks about the upcoming show on this week's podcast.
The annual Macworld/iWorld conference for next year won't occur in February as originally scheduled. Instead, the conference will leap to late March, and a new expo hall, too.
Philip Michaels returns to host another zany Pundit Showdown from the Macworld Live stage. Guests include Jeff Carlson, Armando Rodriguez, Erik Malinowski, and Jessie Char.
Here's a video highlight from our panel discussion of alternative publishing at the recent Macworld/iWorld conference.
In this Macworld Live session, our editors field questions from Macworld/iWorld attendees. The topic in this five-minute segment: our favorite Mac and iOS tools for work.
In this excerpt from a Macworld/iWorld session on cool products, senior editor Christopher Breen talks speakers.
Dan Moren hosts a panel discussion on what's ahead for Apple in the coming year. This clip focuses on what we can expect on the iPad front.
For the fourth consecutive year, we had Mac pundits square off on stage at Macworld/iWorld. Watch a clip from the live edition of the Macworld Pundit Showdown.
Dan Moren leads a panel of pundits at the recent Macworld/iWorld event who consider what Apple might be up to in 2013.
Paul Kafasis, Guy English, and Rob Rhyne join Macworld's Dan Moren to talk software development at this year's Macworld/iWorld conference.
Starfish's ad materials had Lex Friedman excited to try out the company's smartwatch at Macworld/iWorld. But it turned out the company had little to show.
Three 2013 Best of Show winners join Macworld senior editor Roman Loyola on our Macworld Live stage. This highlight video features a CrazyTalk7 demo; you can watch the full presentation on YouTube.
Plenty of productivity-focused iOS app makers used Macworld/iWorld to roll out updates to their software.
Hyper's CameraMator, a wireless tethered photography device, lets you see and remotely control your shoot from a distance on an iPad, iPhone, Mac, or Android device.
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