1. Blogs
    April 2nd, 2014 by Marco Tabini
    In praise of Apple’s horrible mice

    Over the last 20 years, Apple’s hardware has steadily conquered every aspect of my computing life. As I type this, my laptop, keyboard, monitor,...

  2. Blogs
    April 1st, 2014 by Keith White
    Hands on / off with Dragon Dictate for Mac V4

    As a long-time user of Dragon Dictate for Mac I eagerly await the regular upgrades. So, I was keen to give the recently-released version 4 a workout....

  3. Blogs
    April 1st, 2014 by Tony Bradley
    Office for iPad versus iWork: the battle for tablet productivity

    Once Office for iPad was announced, I couldn’t wait to stage a bare-knuckled battle with iWork, the productivity suite that’s held down...

  4. Blogs
    April 1st, 2014 by Chris Martin, PC Advisor (UK)
    iPhone 6 to get transparent text feature: Apple files patent

    A patent has revealed Apple plans to introduce transparent text messages with the iPhone 6 or a future update to iOS 7. We all like using our smartphones while...

  5. Blogs
    March 28th, 2014 by Macworld Australia Staff
    The Rumour Mill

    And good day to you again Rumour Revellers. It’s Friday and that, as always, means it’s time to see what extravagant claims are currently...

  6. Blogs
    March 28th, 2014 by Michael Simon
    Why the iPhone 6 should take a cue from the new HTC One

    You’ll never get either side to admit it, but Android and iOS have learned an awful lot from each other. From the pull-down Notification Center...

  7. Blogs
    March 28th, 2014 by Marco Tabini
    Wall to wall Apple: How iOS could make its way into your home

    Our residences are long overdue for a technological makeover. More and more electronics have, over the years, found their way into houses and apartment....

  8. Blogs
    March 27th, 2014 by Tim Greene
    Office for iPad could have security implications both good and bad

    Microsoft is widely expected to announce Office for iPad tomorrow, which could have both positive and negative security implications for businesses...

  9. Blogs
    March 27th, 2014 by Daisuke Wakabayashi
    Apple engineer recalls the iPhone’s birth

    In February 2005, Apple Inc’s then chief executive, Steve Jobs, gave senior software engineer Greg Christie an ultimatum. Christie’s...

  10. Blogs
    March 25th, 2014 by Steven Vaughan-Nichols
    Office for iPad: big deal, or big yawn?

    It looks like Microsoft Office really is coming to the Apple iPad. Well, actually, it will most likely be a version of Office 365, but why quibble?...

  11. Blogs
    March 25th, 2014 by Dan Moren
    Healthbook rumours could herald first product of Tim Cook’s Apple

    Everybody seems to be getting into the health technology game these days, and if the rumours that surfaced this past week about iOS 8 prove true,...

  12. Blogs
    March 21st, 2014 by Macworld Australia Staff
    The Rumour Mill

    Good morning Rumour Relishers. Here at Macworld Australia, our cups positively runneth over with rumours these days, so you may have noticed we’ve...

  13. Blogs
    March 19th, 2014 by John Cox
    The iPhone 5C is a mistake, a failure, a disaster, a flop, a dud

    Here’s a hit list of iPhone 5c hysteria, from the iOSphere. We post the headline, the claim and the reality. Did the iPhone 5c Hurt Apple’s...

  14. Blogs
    March 19th, 2014 by Macworld Australia Staff
    iWatch: the latest rumours, release date, images and features

    In this article we are rounding-up all of the rumours, speculation and scuttlebutt around Apple’s iWatch. Expected to be released this year,...

  15. Blogs
    March 19th, 2014 by Jason Snell Macworld
    Apple doomed without Steve Jobs, ‘Haunted Empire’ pushes old narrative

    If Yukari Iwatani Kane’s Haunted Empire teaches us anything, it’s that a dogged newspaper reporter who wants to write a book about Apple needs...

  16. Blogs
    March 18th, 2014 by Jeffery Battersby
    First look: could Microsoft OneNote for Mac replace Evernote?

    Microsoft has just released a version of OneNote — its note-taking app for capturing, storing and organising all kinds of information — for the...

  17. Blogs
    March 17th, 2014 by Ted Landau
    The trouble with troubleshooting iOS

    You know what the trouble with troubleshooting iOS is? You can’t do it. Because it doesn’t exist. OK, I’m exaggerating a bit. There are a few...

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