Don't-Miss Macs Stories
A sack of potatoes is portable, in the literal sense that you can take it from one place to another. So is this Mac.
Refiners and smelters that don't undergo an audit will be removed from Apple's supply chain.
Take a stroll down typeface memory lane.
After nearly 100 years in business, RadioShack is reportedly in talks to sell some stores to Sprint, then put up a CLOSED sign for good.
Yosemite could use as good a definition of Save versus Save As, as this circa-1991 Macintosh User Guide.
Christopher Phin sits down with Keith Martin of the London College of Communication to discuss the legacy of Apple's HyperCard software.
The computer is the last remaining unit to be sold by Jobs out of his family’s garage—and it still works.
Macworld's newest column, a celebration of classic Apple, kicks off with a deep appreciation for the rainbow logo of yore.
A 38-year-old working Apple-1 personal computer sold Wednesday at auction for a record $905,000, almost double the estimate.
Forget about upgrading your RAM with the new Mac mini -- Apple soldered it to the logic board. But an SSD upgrade to the base model looks like a good bet.
My god, it's full of pixels.
Apple rolls out its biggest Retina display ever, with 14.7 million pixels across 27 inches of bright, beautiful screen.
IDC says Apple surpassed Asus to crack into the top 5 global PC makers--though numbers from rival firm Gartner disagree.
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a tool that keeps your files in place, a beautiful photo editor, and a program that tells you where all your storage has gone.