1. Features
    April 25th, 2013 by Christopher Null
    The 21 worst tech habits – and how to break them

    You bite your nails. Your house is a sty. You never signal before changing lanes and, when you finally reach your destination, you’re 30 minutes...

  2. News
    February 14th, 2013 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Apple drops prices, updates processors on MacBook Pro with Retina display

    Apple has announced today that it is making its MacBook Pro with Retina display faster and more affordable, with updated processors and reduced starting...

  3. News
    January 31st, 2013 by Joel Mathis
    Firmware updates address MacBook battery issues

    Apple on Wednesday unveiled three firmware updates designed to address issues with older batteries in its MacBook line of laptop computers. The...

  4. News
    January 21st, 2013 by Martyn Williams
    Steve Jobs’ house burglar gets seven-year sentence

    The man who broke into the Palo Alto, Calif., home of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs and stole laptops, iPads and other possessions has been sentenced...

  5. Gadget Guide
    January 9th, 2013 by Macworld Australia Staff
    CES 2013: Henge Docks Horizontal Dock

    Henge Docks has unveiled its Horizontal Dock for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display at CES packed with optimal connectivity, including...

  6. News
    October 16th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Australian private school makes iPads manadatory for students

    It seems Apple’s strategy to advocate iPads as an essential learning tool in the education sector is beginning to take effect, as one Australian...

  7. News
    October 15th, 2012 by Nick Barber, IDG News Service
    Next-generation touchpads respond to pressure

    Researchers at the User Interface Software Technology conference last week demonstrated unique projects that took advantage of a new, pressure-sensitive...

  8. News
    October 15th, 2012 by John P. Mello Jr., TechHive
    Greenpeace condemns EPEAT’s reversal on ultrathin notebooks

    After a green standards group determined that ultrathin notebook computers met its top environmental criteria, Greenpeace knocked the decision, maintaining...

  9. News
    October 15th, 2012 by Martyn Williams
    Thin laptops, including MacBook Air, meet eco-standard

    An investigation of ultrathin laptops, including Apple’s latest MacBook Air, has found they do conform to the EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental...

  10. Play
    September 27th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Steve Jobs video: Why we don’t put Intel stickers on Apple products

    During a 2007 Q&A session with media, Steve Jobs revealed why Apple did not put Intel stickers on its computers to indicate that the devices were...

  11. Blogs
    September 18th, 2012 by Lucas Mearian
    Hard disk drives vs. solid-state drives: Are SSDs finally worth the money?

    Three years ago, I wrote a story comparing hard disk drives to solid state drives (SSDs) based on capacity, performance and cost. A lot has changed...

  12. News
    August 23rd, 2012 by Karen Haslam
    Mountain Lion beta fixes battery life issues

    Beta testers of the Mountain Lion OS X 10.8.1 update have revealed that it improves battery life for Apple’s laptops. A developer told Softpedia...

  13. News
    July 23rd, 2012 by Karen Haslam
    MacBook Air dominates ultrabook sales

    Is Apple’s MacBook Air the reason for a shortfall of ultrabook sales? IDC analyst Jay Chou hints that it could be a factor. “The MacBook...

  14. Blogs
    June 15th, 2012 by Ian Paul
    Retina MacBook Pro vs. PC Laptops: Who Wins?

    Apple took a big leap ahead of competing PC makers Tuesday introducing a new 15in MacBook Pro with Retina display that borrows from the design concepts...

  15. News
    June 12th, 2012 by Lex Friedman
    MagSafe 2 featured in Apple’s latest laptops

    It’s been more than six years since Apple first introduced MagSafe, the magnetically-attaching power connectors used by all of the company’s laptops....

  16. News
    March 27th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Brisbane police target open Wi-Fi networks in fight against cyber crimes

    The Australia’s War Driving Project is on a mission to caution people of Brisbane against open Wi-Fi networks susceptible to malicious attacks from...

  17. Gadget Guide
    December 6th, 2011 by Macworld Australia Staff
    velo laptop shoulder bag

    velo is the perfect solution to carry all your gadgets from A to B. Featuring a plush corduroy lining and high-density foam padding, the bag protects...

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