The rest of this year figures to be packed with Apple products if the company's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote is anything to go by. On Monday, the company showed off major updates to OS X and iOS as well as a planned Mac Pro update that will arrive this fall.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is on the horizon. Dan Moren, Dan Frakes, and Serenity Caldwell join Philip Michaels to preview next week’s big Apple event.
Maybe you didn't pay much attention to last week's Google I/O developers conference. But we did, and on this episode of the Macworld Podcast, we look at how some of the announcements coming out of the event relate to Apple's mobile operating system.
You're running out of time to pick up a gift for mom. But if she's already got a mobile device, giving electronic gift cards and apps is a breeze.
Host Philip Michaels speaks with Chris Breen about the Mac mini he's set up as a media server.
We've downloaded a lot of songs during the 10 years that the iTunes Store's been open for business. And more than a few of those don't look like such smart decisions in the cruel light of day.
Wall Street didn't care for the numbers Apple released as part of its second quarter earnings Tuesday. But podcast panelists Jason Snell and Dan Moren have a slightly different perspective.
Apple's iTunes Store opened 10 years ago this month, growing dramatically over the last 10 years. But has it gotten a little too unwieldy? We discuss that on this episode of the Macworld Podcast. Also, Dan Moren explains last week's T-Mobile news.
Just in time for April Fools' Day, we've assembled a panel of pundits to point out the foolishness going on in the tech world.
The NCAA men's college basketball tournament tips off Tuesday night. If you're nowhere near a TV, you don't have to miss any action. Here's how to watch March Madness on your mobile device or online.
Available for iOS devices, Match-Up from Big Fish Games promises the first real-time, multiplayer tournament offering for mobile casual games.
Apple skips out on Mobile World Congress, but its iOS platform still casts a pretty big shadow over the world's largest mobile trade show. Armando Rodriguez and Leah Yamshon return from Spain with an iOS-flavored report on MWC.
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