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Yahoo plans to unveil Axis, a free browser extension and iOS app for syncing your Web browsing between devices.
On this week's Macworld Podcast, senior editor Dan Moren and staff writer Lex Friedman discuss what to expect at WWDC with developer guests.
As a gift to our Macworld subscribers, we've created the Macworld Power Guides, a set of five short ebooks on a variety of topics. They're now available for Insiders to download for free.
The next iPhone's screen may be embiggened, but can Tim Cook's compensation get any higher? Elsewhere, Steve Jobs gets big honors.
The Mac Gems blog focuses on reviews of great, inexpensive software, but every once in a while we call your attention to past Gems that are currently even less expensive. Here are 13 Gems you can get for a steal.
Panic on Monday announced the long-awaited sequel to its all-in-one-window Web development editor, Coda. And as a bonus, the company announced a version of Coda for the iPad as well.
Once a week, we catch you up on Macworld's biggest stories from the past week, in case you missed them. This week, we ruminated on the futures of iOS and OS X, covered Hotkeysgate, and offered a slew of reviews.
Apple is greener than Kermit the Frog, Robbie Bach is cuddlier than Mr. Snuffleupagus, but John Boehner just reminds me of Bert.
Despite earlier reports that the Mac App Store would disallow apps offering global hotkey shortcuts, Macworld confirms that the store will continue to welcome such apps.
The hackers in charge of the Flashback botnet managed to generate $14,000 from their click fraud campaign, but have not been paid.
Google Docs has unveiled a new 'research tool' meant to help writers streamline their browser-based research, making it easier for them to find and cite the information they need while composing text.
Mozilla Marketplace will be online in a few weeks to take on Apple App Store and Google Play Store
Google released Chrome 19, patched 20 vulnerabilities in the browser, and doled out $16,500 in bug bounties and rewards to independent researchers.
Adobe Creative Suite experts Jay Nelson and Lesa Snider stop by to discuss the latest versions of Adobe's software for creative professionals -- specifically InDesign and Photoshop.
Foxconn's CEO didn't say what you think he said, the Supremes shut down Psystar, and more states pile on Apple in the ebook price-fixing case.