iTunes has powerful tools for managing podcasts, and, of course, you can sync them to an iOS device, or listen to them on your Mac with iTunes. Let's take a look at how podcast subscriptions work, and how you use iTunes to efficiently manage your podcasts.
In the second year of its mobile learning project, Abilene Christian University is studying how the iPhone is changing the way teachers teach and students learn.
Apple has re-released the "find out how" tutorial videos from its site as podcasts. Presumably, more videos are on their way to keep aspiring i-everything users occupied.
Public radio’s ever-popular This American Life has announced a dedicated iPhone app. The app offers access to the show’s archive, lets users share favorites, and provides a few other extras.
We wrap up 2009, with a trio of Macworld editors battling to come up with snappy answers to stupid questions in the latest edition of Mac Pundit Showdown.
The days of recording a podcast with your MacBook's microphone are over. Look to these tools to help improve your sound.
There is a lot of potential with this app, which lets you create and upload podcasts to share on the Web. But there are some shortcomings, particularly when it comes to the app's browser-based experience.
The iTunes Store has created a quartet of new Twitter accounts to keep social networking users abreast of the latest developments in music, podcasts, movies, and TV.
Boinx added Snow Leopard compatibility to its BoinxTV video podcasting tool, while Miraizaon did the same for its Cinematize DVD movie clip extraction offerings. Also, Werck unveiled Checkout 3, and Zervix released the new PDF Checkpoint.
Watch as Macworld editor Chris Breen tries to turn his Mac into a multimedia-savvy blogging platform without going over budget.