The annual Macworld/iWorld conference for next year won't occur in February as originally scheduled. Instead, the conference will leap to late March, and a new expo hall, too.
Every January, Macworld's editors scour the show floor at Macworld Expo to find the hottest products making their debut at the show.
Our final podcast recorded on the show floor of last week's Macworld Expo featured two developers who traveled a long way to exhibit at Expo -- Rob Randtoul of PlasmaDesign.co.uk and Riccardo Ettore of Ettore Software.
We have some fun in this Macworld Video, re-enacting the highlights of last week's Expo keynote with the able assistance of our art director's daughter.
Any subnotebook is about tradeoffs, and the MacBook Air is no exception. To see where Apple's latest laptop makes its tradeoffs, Rob Griffiths compares the new machine to a comparable Sony Vaio model.
Movie rentals weren't the only digital-media news to come out of last week's Macworld Expo keynote. Apple and 20th Century Fox are collaborating on iTunes Digital Copy, a program where you get an iTunes-compatible version of a movie when your purchase the physical DVD. The program promises to save you the time and hassle of ripping DVDs yourself. Dan Frakes looks into whether it delivers.
We close out our reporters’ notebook from a busy Macworld Expo week, with James Galbraith’s account of the latest happenings in the display market.
For the second year in a row, the Games Pavilion at Macworld Expo was a lackluster affair. And there's plenty of blame to go around.
Macworld Expo organizers reported today more attendees than last year and 475 companies exhibited at the event.
When Quicken Financial Life debuts this fall, it will be a complete rewrite of the personal-finance app. Intuit previewed the next version of Quicken at last week's Expo.
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