After Sparrow's lengthy beta period, this unique new e-mail client built in the name of simplicity is now available in the Mac App Store. The initial version is built exclusively for Gmail, but its developers promise that a future update will bring support for general IMAP as well as MobileMe, Yahoo, and even AOL's services.
So you've suffered on AT&T for long enough, and now that Verizon will officially get the iPhone, you can't wait to make the leap. But slow down there, Action Jackson, because you probably need to do a little research into your current contract, early termination fees, and whether your existing phone number can be ported. Macworld can help.
We've all heard a lot about HTML5, and it seems to mean different things for different people. David Chartier navigates these confusing concepts and emerges with a clear picture of HTML5 and what it means to you.
At its September 1 media event, Apple showed off new features in iOS 4.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as an iOS 4.2 preview for the iPad.
The iPhone 4's proximity sensor is reportedly getting stuck for some users, either leaving the display on during a phone call or not turning it back on when the call is done.
Whether you're a freelancer or growing your small startup into an empire, these must-see programs and plug-ins can help with everything from organizing projects, to securing your files, and getting social with your customers.
Apple surprisingly convinced AT&T to offer a cheaper, smaller data plan on the iPad for people who may not need unlimited surfing. We took an iPad Wi-Fi + 3G out for a spin on this 3G plan to see just how much Web browsing, video watching, and app updating we could wring out of it.