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This week at Macworld|iWorld, we host the Macworld Live stage where you can see interviews with some of your favorite tech personalities and developers. Here's the schedule.
At Thursday's education event, Apple put glee into the heart of every ebook publisher with the announcement of iBooks Author, the company's new ebook authoring tool. Naturally, after all her griping and wishes over such an app, staff editor Serenity Caldwell had to take it for a spin: Here's what she discovered.
Macworld senior associate editor Dan Moren shows you how to share media between Apple devices using iTunes Home Sharing.
Apple's education announcement is all over the news, with suggestions ranging from interactive textbooks to ebook publishing tools. Some, however, say that it's all over-hyped--so clearly we should be looking forward to the next next Apple announcement.
Adobe plans to restore traditional upgrade pricing for users of Creative Suite versions 3 and 4 who want to buy the upcoming CS6 and Creative Cloud.
AT&T is hoping to encourage developers to use HTML5 with the release of a new API platform.
Update includes ePub3 audio and video support and more options for App Studio.
Creative arts and photography moved full speed ahead in 2011 with lots of new products and even a new genre or two.
No matter what the future holds for iWeb, the Mac Web design scene is rich with alternatives.
2011 was a big year for digital entertainment. It brought us expanded content options for the Apple TV, the tenth anniversary of the iPod, iTunes Match, AirPlay to the masses, and more.
As Flash gives way to open technologies, Adobe is retooling to support the new developer reality.
On Monday, Apple updated its iTunes software to 10.5.2, with unspecified fixes for problems with iTunes Match.
Earlier this week, Macworld unveiled the winners of its 27th annual Editors' Choice Awards. In this podcast, we explain the reasoning behind some of our Eddy selections.
Mac software maker Rogue Amoeba has launched a simple, lightweight audio recorder called Piezo.
Bored of your iPhone's built-in alert sounds? Dan Moren shows you how to take any audio file and turn it into a custom tone for your iOS device.