1. Blogs
    January 26th, 2014 by Keith Shaw Network World
    The accidental Mac user

    In 1990, I was a cub reporter at a small daily newspaper in south-west Florida, and someone brought in a Macintosh computer to the editorial department....

  2. Blogs
    January 25th, 2014 by Fredric Paul
    Mac and Windows compatibility through the decades

    I’ve always been an agnostic in the religious wars between Mac and PC. Reaching across the aisle separating Steve Jobs from Bill Gates hasn’t...

  3. Blogs
    January 23rd, 2014 by David Newman
    Macs revolutionised desktop publishing

    Desktop publishing was the killer app that got me started with Macs. At every newspaper and magazine where I’d worked dating back to the mid-1970s,...

  4. Help
    January 20th, 2014 by Derrick Story, Macworld
    How to use Wi-Fi for an expert photo workflow

    Much has been written about the Wi-Fi capability of new cameras. But how do you integrate these features into a useful workflow? In part, the answer...

  5. Blogs
    January 16th, 2014 by Ted Landau
    Envisioning an iPad Pro

    Apple’s iPad Air has received overwhelming praise as the best full-size tablet you can buy, and it’ll likely rack up sales records for this...

  6. Help
    January 9th, 2014 by James Galbraith
    How we test: Speedmark 9 Mac benchmarks

    When Apple releases a major update of its operating system, we in the Macworld Lab update our overall system performance benchmark suite, Speedmark,...

  7. News
    January 8th, 2014 by Agam Shah
    LaCie brings 1TB of wireless storage to iPad, iPhone

    Apple’s iPhone and iPad users will now be able to add 1TB of external storage with LaCie’s new Fuel wireless hard drive. LaCie’s Fuel allows...

  8. Help
    January 8th, 2014 by Chris Barylick
    How to replace the optical drive in a Unibody MacBook Pro with a second-hard drive

    Sometime around 2008 and with the advent of the first MacBook Air, Apple made the declarative statement that the end was in sight for optical drives...

  9. News
    December 17th, 2013 by Lucas Mearian Computerworld
    Coming in 2014: MacBooks as fast as data centre servers

    Solid-state drives (SSDs) will undergo a major change next year: the predominant interface will begin moving from SATA III to PCIe Generation 2.0...

  10. Help
    December 12th, 2013 by Christopher Breen
    Maintaining a Boot Camp partition when upgrading the Mac OS

    Reader Mapa is interested in upgrading to Mavericks, but has a Boot Camp partition. The reader writes: “I am still running Mac OS X Snow Leopard...

  11. Mac-in-Business
    December 9th, 2013 by Roman Loyola
    Mac buying guide: how to pick the right computer

    If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re thinking about buying a new Mac and may be in need of a little guidance. Fortunately, we’ve...

  12. Blogs
    December 2nd, 2013 by Ted Landau
    The new Mac Pro: not for the faint of wallet

    When I first gazed upon the radically redesigned, supercharged Mac Pro at Apple’s WWDC last June, my reaction was immediate: “This is my next...

  13. Blogs
    November 24th, 2013 by Kirk McElhearn
    Travel tips: what you can’t leave behind

    Whether you travel all the time or just for holidays, you know what an ordeal it can be to make sure that you have all the tech gadgets – and their...

  14. Reviews
    November 18th, 2013 by Christopher Breen
    WaterField Designs Staad Laptop BackPack

    Before passing judgement on Waterfield Designs’ Staad BackPack it’s only fair to reveal my biases: I’ve long been a fan of the company’s...

  15. News
    November 14th, 2013 by Ian Paul
    Apple by the numbers: Mac not dead yet

    The rise of tablets and smartphones may be contributing to the decline of the PC market as a whole. But for years now, Apple’s Mac lineup has continued...

  16. News
    November 1st, 2013 by Dan Moren
    Apple promises fix for keyboard, trackpad woes on 13in Retina MacBook Pro

    If I haven’t mentioned it lately, thanks to all you early adopters. You guys get the fun job of finding all the slight wrinkles in new Apple products...

  17. News
    October 28th, 2013 by Jared Newman
    No surprise here: Teardown reveals you won’t fix the latest MacBook Pro yourself

    The low repairability scores keep on coming from iFixit, which just performed its teardown of Apple’s 2013 MacBook Pros. Both the 13in (pictured...

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