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  1. March 27th, 2015 by Joe Kissell
    Choosing the right launcher for your Mac
    If you’re still manually digging around in folders looking for apps to launch and documents to open, it’s time to stop. You can save tremendous...
  2. March 26th, 2015 by Glenn Fleishman
    Fantastical 2
    As Apple’s calendar app for iOS and Mac OS X moved across recent releases from inconsistent, inadequate and irritating to more or less just fine,...
  3. March 26th, 2015 by Jason Snell
    When it comes to Apple products, how thin is too thin?
    One of the characters in Neal Stephenson’s novel Snow Crash uses knives with edges a single atom thick, so sharp they can cut through anything....
  4. March 26th, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    MacBook Air versus MacBook – a business traveller’s perspective
    The introduction of the new 12in MacBook has forged a new niche in Apple’s notebook product line. When Steve Jobs returned to Apple, he famously...
  5. March 26th, 2015 by Christopher Phin
    Think Retro: Ode to the 12in PowerBook G4
    At its best, Apple has the ability to make stuff that reaches right around the rational, pragmatic part of your brain to grab your amygdala and squeeze...
  6. March 25th, 2015 by Leah Yamshon
    What documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney learned about Steve Jobs
    Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine hasn’t even been widely released yet, and it’s already stirring the controversy pot. Early reviews have called...
  7. March 24th, 2015 by Apple Tay
    Apple, IBM business apps heading to Japan
    The partnership of Apple and IBM resulted in the release of the MobileFirst suite of iOS enterprise apps last year. Today, the companies will be localising...
  8. March 24th, 2015 by Caitlin McGarry
    Apple gives stamp of approval to new Steve Jobs biography
    Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about Steve Jobs, a new book is about to set the record straight with some help from Apple....
  9. March 24th, 2015 by Ian Paul
    Apple’s new MacBook Pro and Air models don’t support Windows 7 in Boot Camp
    Microsoft is pretty much done with Windows 7, and now, so is Apple. The new 13in MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops introduced earlier in March...
  10. March 23rd, 2015 by Jonathan Stewart
    A farewell and goodbye
      It is with a heavy heart that I am leaving Macworld Australia. I have had a fantastic chance to delve into the Apple world with you all, but...
  11. March 23rd, 2015 by Tania Cao
    What does the Netflix launch mean for you?
    US-based Netflix, the world’s leading internet TV network allocated in more than 50 countries with more than 50 million subscribers globally, is...
  12. March 23rd, 2015 by Anthony Caruana
    What is USB-C in the new MacBook and why should you care?
    Apple’s recent announcement of the relaunched MacBook product line has been met with mixed reactions. With a CPU that sits it in the niche between...
  13. March 23rd, 2015 by Jon L Jacobi
    Outlook 2011 to Mail migration: When mbox goes bad
    There I was, ready to impress my new IT clients with how easy Outlook 2011 makes it to create mbox folders to import into Mail. Simply drag a folder...
  14. March 23rd, 2015 by Andrew Hayward
    Planet Quest
    We’ve seen attempts to bring console-style music games to iPhone and iPad, with touch-based entries like Tap Tap Revenge and even adaptations of...
  15. March 23rd, 2015 by Michael Simon
    Apple’s next big thing might not be the stuff of rumours
    Apple and rumours go hand in hand. Back when I first started writing about Apple, I worked for a website called Spymac that purported to have ‘top...
  16. March 22nd, 2015 by Antony Savvas
    Apple Watch developers offered data centre to the wrist performance analytics
    AppDynamics says its application development platform will now support apps designed for the new Apple Watch, to help support and reassure Apple...
  17. March 20th, 2015 by Michael Cooney
    IBM: Mobile app security environment currently vulnerable
    Major weaknesses in mobile application development make enterprise data vulnerable to attack. That was the major conclusion from an IBM/Ponemon study...
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