1. News
    September 22nd, 2013 by Florence Ion
    Google makes Quickoffice free, throws in an extra 10GB of storage

    Not to be overshadowed by Microsoft and Apple for their in-the-cloud document curation services, Google has announced that Quickoffice is now free...

  2. News
    September 18th, 2013 by Juan Carlos Perez
    Bing gets a tuneup, but still grapples with the query: ‘How to top Google?’

    Microsoft still hasn’t found what it’s looking for in the search market – a way to beat Google – but it’s not giving up just...

  3. News
    September 17th, 2013 by Jared Newman
    Google buys Bump for smoother file sharing

    Android, Chrome and maybe even the iPhone could get a jolt in the file sharing department with Google’s acquisition of Bump, which was announced...

  4. News
    September 16th, 2013 by Juan Carlos Perez
    I, me, mine: Chrome for iOS learns pronouns

    Google has pushed out updates for the iOS and Android versions of Chrome, as the company continues beefing up its browser for use with tablets and...

  5. App Guide
    September 10th, 2013 by Susie Ochs
    Hands-on with Coast, the iPad browser from Opera

    Everything about Coast, the new iPad-only browser that Opera released on Monday, was designed for browsing on Apple’s tablet. Opera threw out...

  6. News
    September 10th, 2013 by Susie Ochs
    New Yahoo Screen app for iOS lets you swipe some videos

    After rolling out a new logo, redesigning Yahoo Mail and nudging out Google as the most-visited site in August, Yahoo is finally kicking back...

  7. Features
    September 7th, 2013 by Joe Kisell
    Mac Emergency! Part 2: fast fixes for the most common Mac problems

    Can’t Get Online If your web browser, your email program or any of a hundred other internet-connected apps on your Mac start complaining about...

  8. News
    September 5th, 2013 by Macworld Australia Staff
    In Google We Trust: ABC investigates Australian data tracking

    The ABC’s Four Corners program has investigated the use of Australian citizens’ digital interactions tracked by government agencies and...

  9. Reviews
    September 2nd, 2013 by Nathan Alderman
    Firefox 23: cheerful, cluttered and a bit too eager to please

    When I reviewed Mozilla’s Firefox last summer, it had gained more in version numbers than in notable features. With version 23, the open-source...

  10. Blogs
    August 29th, 2013 by Brad Chacos
    FAQs about hacks: everything you need to know about the Syrian Electronic Army

    In the past 24 hours, The New York Times went down and Twitter images went wonky, while The Huffington Post dodged a digital bullet. All the chaos...

  11. News
    August 29th, 2013 by Dan Moren
    Apple acquisition spree continues with data compression firm AlgoTrim

    If there were some sort of rewards program for acquiring small tech companies, Apple would surely have racked up a tonne of points by now. Cupertino’s...

  12. App Guide
    August 28th, 2013 by Anthony Caruana
    Arrival and Departures

    It’s one of the most annoying things about air travel – flight delays. Although many airlines have their own apps for checking flight status,...

  13. News
    August 28th, 2013 by John Ribeiro
    Apple, Google remove some restrictions on technology to Iran

    Google has told Android developers that they can start offering free apps in Iran, while Apple has removed Iran from among the countries to which...

  14. News
    August 27th, 2013 by Caitlin McGarry
    Facebook’s communal photo albums make it easier to share snapshots – or ignore them

    In what seems like a no-duh move, Facebook is making photos more of a social experience. Rather than individuals uploading vacation photos for their...

  15. Blogs
    August 26th, 2013 by Mike Elgan
    Why you plug gadgets into the wall like a Neanderthal

    In the future, your phones, tablets and wearable computing gadgets won’t come with chargers – they’ll use inductive chargers built into...

  16. News
    August 26th, 2013 by Gregg Keizer
    Apple quietly launches iWork for iCloud public beta

    Apple on Friday quietly opened the free beta of iWork for iCloud to everyone with iCloud log-on credentials. The suite – web-based versions of Pages,...

  17. Blogs
    August 25th, 2013 by John Moltz
    One device to rule them all? Microsoft and Apple face off

    I have observed that there are two kinds of people in this world. No, stick with me. There are people who dream of having one device that they can...

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