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There was no surprise Bill Gates appearance nor much big news. But Microsoft delivered its last-ever Consumer Electronics Show keynote by touting its motion-sensing Kinect technology and upcoming Windows 8 OS.
These 20 stories -- covering everything from iCloud to Lion -- were the most-read articles on Macworld.com during the past 12 months.
Macworld senior editor Dan Frakes takes a look at the lesser-known screenshot features of Mac OS X.
Microsoft Office may be bound for the iPad, Apple's painted a bull's-eye on Target, and Consumer Reports says that the Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire are the best tablets that aren't the iPad.
The iPhone is the bee's knees in business, Stanford gives you a free education, and one noted photographer is all about the iPhone.
The restrictions imposed by Mac OS X generic application sandbox profiles can be easily bypassed, researchers from Core Security Technologies found.
One blogger put together pictures of all of Apple's retail stores; Jean-Louis Gassée dishes on why he's glad he didn't end up back at Apple; and the next revolution may be brain-controlled iPhones.
Apple says that iOS 5.0.1 has addressed many of the issues related to devices losing their battery charge, but the company is continuing to investigate a few lingering problems.
A few hackers have discovered hidden iOS 5 features that can be activated without the need for jailbreaking. But what can these, admittedly unfinished features, tell us about what may be coming down the pipe?
For the first time, iOS device owners can upgrade the mobile OS over-the-air, without a visit to iTunes. Here's how the process works.
Apple on Thursday released iOS 5.0.1, which brings fixes for devices suffering from poor battery life, and additional features and fixes.
Apple on Tuesday came out with another round of Java updates, aimed at both Mac OS X Lion and Snow Leopard users.
In an unorthodox move, a security researcher submitted an app demonstrating an iOS vulnerability to the App Store. The app has since been pulled, but the vulnerability has yet to be patched.
iOS 5 has hit the stage, and eager users everywhere are getting ready to upgrade their devices. If you’re concerned about the upgrade process, or simply want to know all your setup options before making the big switch, let the editors at Macworld help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with this step-by-step guide, available on the iBookstore and Kindle Store for $2.99.
Another Mac Trojan horse is on the loose, and this one is meaner than ones that came before: It disables your Mac's automatic malware definition updates.