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.
In a rare move of looking back, Apple's produced a timeline of 30 years of the Mac, complete with a look at the pioneers who've used the platform to, in the company’s words, "change the world."
The Mac isn't the only thing turning 30 this year. Macworld U.K. has a list of other things turning 30, including plenty of tech from Flash to Facebook's father.
Thirty years ago, Apple released the Macintosh 128K. Macworld U.K. took a look at the computer to see what it's like to use a vintage Mac.
Apple is known for paying as much attention to its product packaging as it does to the actual product itself. And it all started in 1984 with the Macintosh 128K.
Three decades ago, when the Mac was born, user groups were a crucial part of its success, giving the nascent Mac community a place to gather and learn. Thirty years later, we sit down with the still-active Berkeley Mac Users Group for some untold history.
Many power-users cried foul when Apple removed support for AppleScript from its Numbers spreadsheet app. Well, they can all calm down: AppleScript in Numbers is back.
A number of features that were MIA in the recent revamps of iWork on the Mac and iOS have returned in the latest updates for the suites.
New GPS-based iPhone app lets you shoot, share immediately, and precisely map your location.
Jason Snell interviews Apple’s Philip Schiller, Craig Federighi, and Bud Tribble on the 30th anniversary of the Mac. “There’s a role for the Mac as far as our eye can see,” Schiller says.
Password protection, keyboard shortcuts, and lists of shared documents are just a few of the latest improvements to Apple's online productivity suite.
The company claims Ryan Seacrest designed the keyboard to replace his BlackBerry
Apple easily outspent every other technology company in buying up chips during 2014, according to a new report. But does that give the edge to Samsung?
The messaging app beloved by teens is struggling to plug the holes in its privacy measures.