Apple on Tuesday announced the newest version of its ebook reading software for iOS devices.
The ebooks you purchase from Amazon sync perfectly with other Kindle devices. Why not those books you sideload? Chris Breen provides the solution.
Whether you scored an iPhone 5 on launch day or are eagerly awaiting its arrival from your local postman, you can learn about your new device with Macworld's iPhone 5 Starter Guide -- now available.
iOS 6 has hit the stage. Let the editors at Macworld help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with this step-by-step guide, available for $3.99.
Apple, along with four major ebook publishers, have offered retailers such as Amazon the option to set their own prices for e-books for the next two years in a bid to end an antitrust investigation in the E.U.
Everybody's jazzed for Wednesday's Apple event, but that doesn't mean that the world's stopped spinning: One analyst thinks the iPhone 5 could be economical in more ways than one, Samsung's prepping to capitalize on the new iPhone, and ebook prices are falling down.
This week, Apple announced an announcement, Amazon unveiled a Kindle armada, and we covered a virtual metric ton of Mac and iOS apps. Assuming metric tons even can be virtual, which is an open question.
Among the spate of devices unveiled by Amazon Thursday were new e-readers: the Kindle Paperwhite and an improved (and less expensive) Kindle. Melissa J. Perenson was impressed with these two offerings after a little hands-on time.
The e-book deal gets approved, while the Apple TV has a weird relationship with e-books. And Apple's newest execs get some serious compensation on the books.
Join Jason Snell and Melissa Perenson for live coverage of Thursday's Amazon press event, where the electronic retailer is expected to announce a new version of the Kindle Fire tablet.