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Apple has picked up Locationary, a Toronto-based startup that focuses on providing up-to-date information about local businesses.
In this week's episode of the Macworld podcast, Dan Moren and Lex Friedman discuss the three big Apple stories of the week.
Malware gets nasty about your surfing habits, Apple may want its own answer to Kinect, and the sounds of endangered species are the new hot sounds to listen to on your iPod.
Jason Snell's hands-on look at Mavericks continues with additions to Apple's web browser and the syncing, credit-card-remembering iCloud Keychain.
A few years ago, we wrote a book on 100 things every Mac user should know. Now it's time for us to provide you with 100 more how-tos, features, and tidbits to learn about your Mac, available on all ebookstores for $2.99.
Though the third-quarter earnings come after the announcements of this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, most of the products introduced there won't ship until next quarter, so the impact to Apple's bottom line may be minimal.
We've been playing with the pre-release version of OS X Mavericks (with Apple's OK, of course), to get a taste of its new features. Here are some initial impressions of one of those features: improved support for multiple monitors.
We wrap up our video chats with developers by talking to them about the changes coming to OS X and iOS later this year.
Bright minds of the Mac universe descended upon San Francisco for WWDC. So we decided to ask them some dim questions.
Big under-the-hood changes are coming to OS X's ability to extend a Mac's battery life. Here's a quick look at how they work.
Apple and Mavericks have been sitting in a tree since at least 2005; Macs shine in court; and how much flatter could a title be?
Apple made a slew of exciting announcements at the WWDC keynote on Monday, and we've written about them at length. But what about the rumored and/or hoped-for features that didn't appear? Lex Friedman investigates.
Apple announced Monday it was working on browser-based versions of its iWork productivity applications, a move one analyst said challenged Microsoft's Office behemoth.
Macworld did a little digging through the keynote and Apple's website to find 12 things you may not have heard about your Mac's next OS.
Developers, like the rest of us, are excited about Apple's big announcements from WWDC. But how will the changes in iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, and the like affect their products (and their workloads)?