Don't-Miss Software Stories
The iPad mini's hardware may just be a copy of the iPad 2's, some say that Apple does nothing but copy-and-paste from others, and app developers now have a way to report copycats.
A few days after pulling the Tweetbot for Mac alpha due to new Twitter API restrictions, developer Tapbots released a beta version of its Twitter client. But the new release won't let you add or reauthorize any accounts.
As inevitably as one second follows the next, you know that Macworld's Weekly Wrap will once again appear come week's end, offering up pointers to some of our biggest stories from the past seven days.
We covered a lot of great Mac programs during our annual Gem Fest marathon. Here's a recap, just in case you missed a few.
This week’s roundup of iOS apps will help you read a little better, play a little harder, and look to the skies.
Still waiting to upgrade to Mountain Lion? Let Dan Frakes by your guide with everything you need to know about the process in Macworld's latest ebook.
A second Java exploit has been discovered, leading experts to recommend users disable Java in their browsers if they don't need it.
The latest update to Mountain Lion may restore some MacBooks' battery life, but the OS can also stop certain applications in their tracks. Meanwhile, Facebook's iOS app gets a new lease on life, thanks to the injection of some native code
This week’s roundup of iOS apps will help you find a cup of coffee, get in shape, take notes, and finally discover what happens when pigs fly. And, oh yeah: Neil Diamond makes an appearance.
SketchBook Pro, the “artistic toolkit” application for desktop computers, relaunched Thursday with a new user interface and other new features.
VMware on Thursday morning announced the launch of Fusion 5, the latest generation of the popular and well-reviewed app that lets users run Windows on their Mac computers.
Software developer Agile Tortoise has updated its note-taking app for the iPhone and created a separate, iPad-only version at the same time.
Skype on Tuesday announced that it has added a few new features to version 4.1 of its iPhone and iPad apps, including the ability to send and receive photos.
What happened to the BeOS of old? It's turned to Haiku.
Adobe embarks on exclusive Creative Suite subscription offerings and begins offering CS7 features to Creative Cloud subscribers.