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Blizzard Entertainment, maker of popular multiplayer online games such as World of Warcraft, Diablo and Starcraft, says that its internal network was breached, revealing scrambled passwords and email addresses.
A hotly-anticipated text editor is now open for business, we bid adieu to the second-generation iPhone, and turns out streaming digital music isn't bad for business.
The popular task-management app Things received a long-awaited update, adding cloud sync and a number of new features.
Hoping to break out from the confines of the gaming community, computer game distributor Valve will start hosting non-gaming programs on its Steam network.
Pixelmator on Thursday joined the growing list of Retina-ready apps to take advantage of the high-resolution screen on the new MacBook Pro.
Google says it had wrapped up work on a stronger Flash sandbox in the Windows version of Chrome, and would soon ship the same for its OS X browser.
Macworld's Lex Friedman and Dan Moren are joined by Wired's Mat Honan to discuss how Honan's Apple, Amazon, Google, and Twitter accounts were hacked.
Apple has temporarily suspended the ability to reset Apple ID passwords over the phone, and promises stricter identity verification when the process is available again.
The number of lawsuits against Apple in China continues to grow: A Taiwanese man has sued the company, alleging that the FaceTime feature on its iPhone and iPad infringes on one of his patents.
Now that you and Mountain Lion have had the chance to get to know each other a bit better, the pressure's off: No more first date jitters. We're delighted you and Mac OS X 10.8 have reached this comfortable point in your relationship, so you and the big cat can curl up together, stress-free, and catch up on some of our biggest stories from the week gone by.
CBS doesn't want to help Apple build a business on the back of its content, a Russian carrier doesn't want to submit to Apple's autocratic demands, and Mountain Lion apparently doesn't want MacBook users to get their full battery life.
Electronic Arts has sued Zynga, developer of the popular -Ville brand of social media games, alleging that the company violated EA copyright pertaining to its Sims Social Facebook game.
This new Windows and Mac app digs through your email archive and picks out all the images you ever sent or received, freeing you from the daunting task of tackling your disorderly mail archives.
Samsung gets a talking to from the bench, almost two-thirds of the App Store's software might be silent (but not deadly), and there's more chatter about a new iPhone dock-connector port.
Host Chris Breen is joined by Macworld's Leah Yamshon and Dan Frakes to discuss this year's iteration of the Summer of Mac Gems.