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WWDC2014
  1. July 4th, 2014 by David Sparks
    Don’t weep for Aperture: Photos is a bright new beginning
    When I first saw the small demo of the Photos app at the Worldwide Developers Conference, that’s when I knew iPhoto was going to die – and I suspected...
  2. July 4th, 2014 by Jason Snell
    Hands-on with OS X Yosemite: Safari slims down
    If there’s a single app that defines the OS X experience, it’s probably Safari. Not everyone uses it (many of my friends and family members prefer...
  3. July 3rd, 2014 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Groovemade Walnut MacBook Back
    The US$39 Walnut MacBook Back from Grovemade adds a touch of elegance and protection to your portable computer. It’s compatible with the 13in MacBook...
  4. July 3rd, 2014 by Adam Turner
    Belkin Line Interactive UPS – 840-watt/1400 VA
    This Belkin is rated at 1400VA and includes a 15-amp circuit breaker. You’ll find six power connectors on the back – using the C13 sockets typically...
  5. July 3rd, 2014 by Jonathan Stewart
    Tim Cook highlights importance of voice messaging in iOS, prompts iWatch speculation
    New research note may hint at iWatch Apple CEO Tim Cook may have hinted at an iWatch feature when he pointed out the significance of the voice messaging...
  6. July 3rd, 2014 by Juan Carlos Perez
    Many employees won’t mingle with enterprise social networking (ESN)
    In a great IT industry irony, enterprise social networking (ESN) software, designed to boost interaction and collaboration, is often ignored by users...
  7. July 3rd, 2014 by Christopher Breen
    iReal Pro 5.1
    At the risk of giving away the secrets of musicians everywhere, there are bound volumes of (sometimes legal) musical scores called ‘fake books.’...
  8. July 3rd, 2014 by Christopher Breen
    Block auto-play videos when they play anyway
    Reader James Haring would like to do something about videos that play unbidden in Safari. He writes: I read your column about blocking auto-play...
  9. July 3rd, 2014 by Benj Edwards
    I’m dreaming of a pocket Macintosh
    I have seen the future of desktop computing, and it is very small. Ironically, it is also very portable. Imagine a Macintosh in a smartphone form...
  10. July 3rd, 2014 by Dan Moren
    Increased Messages security leaves iChat, third-party IM clients by the wayside
    Sometimes there’s no choice but to let go of the past. Case in point, those with AOL Instant Messenger accounts based on their Mac.com and Me.com...
  11. July 2nd, 2014 by Jeff Carlson
    Triggertrap
    A camera captures a photograph in a fraction of a second, but many creative opportunities open up when you manually control the shutter speed. Getting...
  12. July 2nd, 2014 by Macworld Australia Staff
    BenQ BL3200PT 32in monitor
    The first 32in monitor from BenQ, the BL3200PT is equipped with a 1440p 2560 x 1440 VA display, a 3000:1 contrast ratio and a grey-to-grey response...
  13. July 2nd, 2014 by Adam Turner
    LaCie Fuel
    The LaCie Fuel is a central storage tank for your multimedia library, so you don’t need to load up all your gadgets with movies and music before...
  14. July 2nd, 2014 by Ian Paul
    Google quietly announces plan to kill Quickoffice apps after beefing up Drive’s editing
    A little more than a year after Google introduced Quickoffice for Android and iOS, the company quietly announced that the apps will soon be pulled...
  15. July 2nd, 2014 by Joe Kissell
    How to make two-factor authentication less of a pain
    You probably know by now that you should never use the same password in more than one place, and that each of your passwords should be strong enough...
  16. July 2nd, 2014 by Juan Carlos Perez
    Dropbox for Business folders can now be shared in read-only mode
    Users of Dropbox for Business will now be able to share folders with colleagues without necessarily giving them rights to edit their content. Giving...
  17. July 1st, 2014 by Topher Kessler
    Beyond the basics: OS X’s advanced printer tools
    Setting up a printer in OS X is often as simple as plugging it in to your Mac or connecting to a shared printer on the local network. From these simple...
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