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Microsoft's much-abused media player rides into the sunset, the iPad 2 goes under the knife (with its little cover, too!), and one rocker says Steve Jobs gave the music industry a bad name.
Apple has opened up donations to the Red Cross via a page in the iTunes Store.
Apogee Electronics announces a new studio quality "Mike" for the iPod, iPad and iPod Touch.
Audio systems that take advantage of Apple's new AirPlay feature to wirelessly stream music throughout your house are slowly starting to see the light of day.
Best Buy is taking pre-orders on Samson's new Meteor Mic, including a limited edition golden microphone.
If MacBook Pro users are to reap the benefits of Thunderbolt's faster data transfer speeds, they'll need peripherals that take advantage of the connectivity technology. Macworld spoke to several device makers about their plans for Thunderbolt.
I think we all remember that pivotal day when Ronald Reagan uttered his famous words: "iFixit...tear down this laptop." Don't worry: they obliged. Elsewhere, the Verizon iPhone 4 has an unfortunate resemblance to its AT&T sibling, but Verizon says sales are still good!
The arrival of Apple’s latest MacBook Pro models brings with it a brand-new connection technology called Thunderbolt. And by brand-new, we mean “just announced this morning,” which raises lots of questions about what, exactly, Thunderbolt is and why Apple has chosen to make it a flagship feature of the company’s newest notebooks. Here’s what you need to know about the industry’s latest connection standard.
iPad 2 rumors come attached with a date at last, Steve Jobs is still conducting his correspondance, and prepare yourself for the onslaught of teenage girls who will now be breathlessly reading Mac rumor sites.
The most powerful man in the world is about to meet the president of the United States, Sony's not making a dumb move for a change, and now you can browse the Web circa 1986--from the comfort of your own Mac.
The Wall Street Journal throws fuel on the iPad 2 fire, Apple stays out of the kitchen, and it's time to lay another round of FUD to rest.
SRS Labs announced the latest generation of its sound enhancement hardware for Apple portable devices this week. The iWow 3D, designed to work in conjunction with the free iWow iOS app, is a dongle that you connect to your iPhone, iPod, or iPad's 30-pin dock connector, and then plug your headphones or 1/8-inch cable into the iWow's extended line-out jack.
Serenity Caldwell roams the Macworld Expo showfloor to profile a handful of great-looking audio products.