The App Store has been phenomenal for Apple, but some of its features feel out of step with its growth and popularity. Here are three areas in which it could use some help.
Paul Kafasis, Guy English, and Rob Rhyne join Macworld's Dan Moren to talk software development at this year's Macworld/iWorld conference.
Users frustrated with Quicken Essentials now have another option: iBank. The latest version of the Mac financial software has added the ability to import files from Intuit's offering.
A recently-discovered bug could cause almost any OS X app to crash, but it's nothing to panic about.
Ergotron's line of ergonomic workstations will soon include offerings designed to match Apple's aluminum-body computers.
Mindwrap is expanding its scope beyond helping big corporations organize and sort documents with a new product called FiledRight that helps small businesses digitize their records.
Because of a new regulation that goes into effect in March, Apple's Mac Pro will no longer be compliant with EU electrical standards, so Apple is ending sales of its desktop system in those countries on March 1.
Scott McNulty has been to plenty of Apple Stores, but as time goes by he finds himself increasingly disenchanted with the experience.
iPhone and iPad sales both hit record marks in the fiscal first quarter, but Mac sales dropped for the September-to-December quarter. Apple saw its revenue rise nearly 18 percent to $54.5 billion while net profit was flat at $13.1 billion for the quarter.
Join us for a blow-by-blow account of Apple's first quarter earnings, as the company reveals how it performed during the holiday season.