1. Reviews
    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...

  2. News
    June 3rd, 2014 by Marco Tabini
    Apple announces OS X Yosemite

    Apple on Tuesday announced that the next version of the Mac OS – dubbed OS X Yosemite, after the popular National Park in California – which will...

  3. Blogs
    June 2nd, 2014 by Dan Frakes
    iOS 8 changes we’d like to see: The OS and Home screen

    WWDC is almost here, which means we’re likely to see a preview of iOS 8, the next iteration of Apple’s mobile OS. Over the past few weeks,...

  4. Blogs
    May 16th, 2014 by Dan Frakes
    iOS 8 changes we’d like to see: Mail

    With each version of iOS, Mail gets better. For example, iOS 7 Mail added new special-mailbox views, a revamped search system, additional Undo actions,...

  5. Blogs
    March 11th, 2014 by Macworld Staff
    iOS 7.1: The changes we love (and the ones we don’t)

    In the grand scheme of things, iOS 7.1 isn’t really an earth-shattering update, especially coming on the heels of the massive redesign that was...

  6. Blogs
    September 19th, 2013 by Dan Moren
    Get to know iOS 7: Design changes

    iOS has followed more or less the same design blueprint since its introduction in 2007, albeit with refinements along the way. But what we see in...

  7. News
    March 22nd, 2013 by Jonathan Seff, Macworld
    Apple sets May 1 deadline for UDID, iPhone 5 app changes

    Apps that don’t support Apple’s latest iOS device displays are on their way out, as are apps that haven’t been updated to address...

  8. News
    December 13th, 2012 by John P. Mello Jr., TechHive
    Facebook launches significant new privacy changes

    Facebook has started rolling out changes that the giant social network says will make it easier for its members to protect their privacy. Facebook...

  9. Blogs
    November 15th, 2012 by Kirk McElhearn
    iTunes Match: One year in

    On November 14, 2011 (a few weeks later than promised), Apple released iTunes Match, a $34.99-a-year, cloud-based service designed to provide access...

  10. News
    October 4th, 2012 by Jaikumar Vijayan
    Rights group lauds privacy changes in Apple’s iOS 6

    Apple has received rare praise from a leading rights advocacy group for incorporating important new privacy enhancing features in its recently released...

  11. News
    August 26th, 2012 by Ian Paul
    Google changes ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ button for US users

    Google is making changes to its sometimes useful “I’m feeling lucky” button and turning it into a ever-changing advertisement for Google services,...

  12. Help
    August 20th, 2012 by Ted Landau
    Default folder changes in Mountain Lion

    Apple wants you to use iCloud as the location for your saved documents. If you aren’t willing to cooperate, Apple applies some pressure to get you...

  13. News
    July 23rd, 2012 by Ashleigh Allsopp
    iCloud emails in Apple iOS 6 beta 3

    Apple has released iOS 6 beta 3 to developers, alongside Xcode Developer Preview 3 and Apple TV Software beta 3. The third beta version of the next...

  14. News
    July 6th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Apple planning battery and lens revisions for third-gen iPad

    A report from ‘industry sources’ in the Far East are claiming that Apple is planning to update its third-generation iPad later this year...

  15. News
    July 1st, 2012 by Cameron Scott
    Google makes small changes to Google+

    Reports of the demise of Google+ have been widely exaggerated, Vic Gundotra seemed to suggest on Thursday at Google I/O when he said that the social...

  16. News
    June 25th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Apple changes OS X security messages

    Apple has quietly removed a statement from its website that the Mac operating system isn’t susceptible to viruses. Computerworld Australia...

  17. Blogs
    March 8th, 2012 by Stefan Hammond

    Few tech company-names ever become common English-language terms. No one ever asks you to “Microsoft” a document or “Apple”...

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