1. App Guide
    September 6th, 2012 by Karl Hodge
    OpenPhoto

    There are many tools for archiving photos online. Problem is, they usually have an issue or two. Flickr’s light is waning, Instagram is great on...

  2. Gadget Guide
    September 1st, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Crumpler Skivvy Laptop

    A cross between a lightweight messenger bag and a padded laptop bag, the Skivvy Laptop is available in small, medium and large sizes and a variety...

  3. Help
    September 1st, 2012 by Christopher Breen
    Prevent iTunes from switching library locations

    Reader Alex Christie has run into a common iTunes frustration. He writes: I have a lot of media files in my iTunes library and because of that, I...

  4. News
    August 6th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Seagate finalises purchase of shares in LaCie, holds controlling interest

    Storage manufacturer Seagate has secured  its acquisition for controlling interest in peer storage maker LaCie, following the completion of a share...

  5. News
    August 6th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Steve Wozniak’s cloud fears

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is uncertain about the future of cloud-based computing, with users having limited ownership and control over their...

  6. Reviews
    July 18th, 2012 by Glenn Fleishman
    Dropbox

    Dropbox is the most widely used and simplest file-synchronisation system worldwide. Every device – from Macs and PCs to iPhones and iPads – on...

  7. Gadget Guide
    July 12th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Newer Technology miniStack

    NewerTech’s miniStack is an aluminium-cased external hard drive designed to match the appearance and size of 2010-and-later Mac minis. It’s...

  8. News
    July 11th, 2012 by Joel Mathis
    Facing competition, Dropbox Pro increases storage options

    The increasingly crowded competition among cloud-storage providers may lead to a boon for consumers – more storage for the money. Dropbox on Tuesday...

  9. News
    June 30th, 2012 by Anonymous
    A Third of Consumers’ Digital Content Will be in the Cloud by 2016

    The desire to share content and to access it on multiple devices will motivate consumers to start storing a third of their digital content in the...

  10. Gadget Guide
    June 24th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Han in Cabonite

    Mimoco’s Star Wars-themed USB sticks are sure to excite fans around the world. Among them is the Han Solo MIMOBOT with Carbonite Carrying Case. It...

  11. Gadget Guide
    June 21st, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    My Passport Studio 2TB

    Western Digital’s new portable drive for Mac is the first of its kind to offer 2TB of storage – that gives users space for approximately 400,000...

  12. News
    June 13th, 2012 by Lucas Mearian
    Apple’s all-flash MacBook Pro, iCloud drive industry changes

    Tuesday morning’s announcement that Apple’s top-end MacBook Pro won’t have a hard drive – the new ones will run only solid-state drives –...

  13. App Guide
    June 4th, 2012 by Glenn Fleishman
    Dolly Drive 2.4.1

    Dolly Drive launched in 2010 as a crazy idea: why not back up your Mac with Time Machine over the internet?! The firm proved over time that it wasn’t...

  14. News
    May 24th, 2012 by Macworld Australia Staff
    Seagate to acquire LaCie for US$186 million

    Hard drive manufacturer Seagate Technology announced an exclusive agreement to acquire a controlling interest in LaCie. Seagate has agreed to purchase...

  15. Help
    May 23rd, 2012 by Adam Turner
    How to free up drive space

    CLEAR OUT YOUR DOWNLOADS Every time you view a photo or open a PDF in an email message in Apple’s Mail, that file gets saved in a folder called...

  16. Features
    May 21st, 2012 by Adam Turner
    The storage space race

    Remember when a gigabyte was considered virtually limitless storage? Then the magical terabyte was more space than you’d ever need. These days,...

  17. News
    May 4th, 2012 by Taylor Armerding
    Analysts warn cloud security needs to improve

    Cloud providers ought to provide data security – that should be obvious. But some providers themselves, along with some security analysts, say...

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