It was hard to tell from the cheers during Steve Jobs' keynote whether the MacBook Air or iTunes movie rental announcements made the bigger impression. Jim Dalrymple discovers that both developments put Apple in a strong position at the start of 2008.
In the first of our week-long Expo Daily Round-Ups, Rik Myslewski looks at the wide range of reactions to Steve Jobs' address to Expo attendees.
TextWrangler 2.3 introduces built-in support for the Lua programming language as well as improvements to the Disk Browser workflow.
Rob Griffiths was all set to buy a MacBook Air after Tuesday's unveiling. But the lack of a user-replaceable battery turned out to be a deal-breaker.
Christopher Breen leads a roundtable discussion following Steve Jobs’ keynote address at Macworld Expo. He’s joined by Macworld editorial director Jason Snell and senior editors Rob Griffiths and Dan Frakes to walk through all the announcements.
In this video, Narasu Rebbapragada reports from Moscone West, taking you through highlights of Steve Jobs' keynote.
Rob Griffiths loves the idea of renting movies from iTunes so much, he's willing to pay more if Apple lets him keep watching beyond the current 24-hour limit.
Chris Barylic's pictures from the opening day of Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
Brian Chen was overjoyed by Apple's plan to offer movie rentals through iTunes—except for the illogical 30-day waiting period that exists between the DVD release and the time the movie will appear on iTunes.
Apple and Fox have introduced a DVD that can copy its movie to iTunes without circumventing DRM.