Dan MorenSenior Editor, Macworld Follow me on Google+

Dan has been writing about all things Apple since 2006, when he first started contributing to the MacUser blog. Since then he's covered most of the company's major product releases and reviewed every major revision of iOS. In his "copious" free time, he's usually grinding away on a novel or two.

Get a Mac's Justin Long Says Campaign May Be Over

For those of you sitting patiently in front of your TV, waiting glassy-eyed for the next appearance of the classic Mac and PC duo, you may want to go get a snack...

Witch 3 Adds Command-tab Support, More

If you're dissatisfied with the way OS X's built-in application switcher interface works, then you might consider the latest version of Many Tricks's Witch...

Apple Sells 300,000 IPads in First Day

So much of the iPad's fate has been hypothetical up until now: will it succeed? Is Apple's plan too ambitious? How will consumers react? On Monday, Apple gave us...

Apple Announces IPhone 4.0 Event on April 8

Just like Apple to bait you with the left jab of the iPad release and then floor you with a surprise right hook. On Monday, Apple announced that it would hold a...

Going Under the IPad's Hood With Settings

Perhaps you're only interested in the fancy-shmancy apps on your iPad--you know, the ones that are just versions of Mac apps, like Mail and Safari. But if you...

Apple Announces IPhone 4.0 Event on April 8

Just like Apple to bait you with the left jab of the iPad release and then floor you with a surprise right hook. On Monday, Apple announced that it would hold a...

Apple Sells 300,000 IPads in First Day

So much of the iPad’s fate has been hypothetical up until now: will it succeed? Is Apple’s plan too ambitious? How will consumers react? On Monday, Apple gave us...

IFixit Takes IPad to Pieces

Most of us probably haven't even got our hands on our iPads yet, but the folks at iFixit are already taking one apart. Then again, that's what they do--they...

All the News That's Fit to Tap: NYT, BBC, WSJ, AP on iPad

It's been speculated that the iPad will at last save the beleaguered newspapers and magazines of the world; here's the first tap.

Twitterrific, Twittelator, TweetDeck Come to the IPad

Twitter and the iPhone have always seemed made for each other--quick messages you can tap out on your phone's keyboard while you're on the go. But will the iPad...

Apple's IBooks Now Available in App Store

What the iPod was to listening to music, Apple hopes to make the iPad to reading books. The company's much touted iBooks software landed in the iTunes Store on...

Layers for IPad Adds Online Gallery, Pro Options

When you think of all the impressive ways people have harnessed the iPhone to create art and then realize the exponential increase in potential brought by the...

CBS, Flickr, Netflix, Maybe Hulu to Stream Video to IPad

Speaking as someone who watches far more TV than I probably should, it seems like a no-brainer that the iPad is an ideal platform for viewing video--perhaps more...

Apple Updates AirPort Utility, Base Station Firmware

It just so happens I opened my AirPort Utility mere moments ago to make a tweak to my wireless network, only to discover an exclusive invitation to update to...

Memeo Announces Memeo Connect Reader for IPad

The deluge of apps for the iPad has begun, and among the number that will be appearing in the App Store on day one is Memeo Connect Reader, a program that lets...