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SketchBook Pro, the “artistic toolkit” application for desktop computers, relaunched Thursday with a new user interface and other new features.
Apple on Thursday released its first update to Mountain Lion, with a variety of bug fixes and improvements.
VMware on Thursday morning announced the launch of Fusion 5, the latest generation of the popular and well-reviewed app that lets users run Windows on their Mac computers.
Mozilla will drop support for Apple's OS X 10.5, or Leopard, after it ships Firefox 16 in October, according to company developers.
Adobe Systems has released fixes for six critical vulnerabilities affecting its Flash multimedia application and AIR runtime, five of which could allow for remote code execution on a system.
In between Mountain Lion and iOS 6 releases, we gather the brightest minds in the tech world and quiz them on all the biggest headlines.
Twitter's recent API rule changes place various limits on what third-party app developers can offer. Staff writer Lex Friedman spoke to the developers behind several popular Twitter clients to find out what the future holds.
What happened to the BeOS of old? It's turned to Haiku.
This week, we covered Twitter's new crackdown, the intricacies of iCloud, and a slew of software and hardware news. Let's dive deep with another edition of the Weekly Wrap.
Cloud gaming service OnLive has been acquired by a new owner. The move meant an unknown number of staff were laid off, but the company pledged to continue its operations.
With the release of Java SE7 for OS X, Apple's platform can boast full compatibility with the latest version of the cross-platform technology.
A group of Macworld editors gather 'round the virtual tips table to offer their favorite Mountain Lion tricks.
Sim City, the latest iteration in the popular franchise from Electronic Arts, will make its debut on Macs in February--the same time the game arrives on PC.
Apple licenses certain significant patents to one of its historical arch-rivals. Elsewhere, another leak may or may not show off a key iPhone part, but it's always good to be skeptical, because you never know when you might get screwed.
Don't look now, but summer's kind of winding down. Now's the time to go outside with your laptop or iOS device, and catch up on both the sun's rays and Macworld's biggest stories from the past week.