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Jason is the former editorial director of Macworld, and has reviewed every major Apple product of the last few years, including the original iPhone and iPad as well as every major version of Mac OS X. Check out Sixcolors.com for his latest Apple coverage.

Hands on With the iPad: First Impressions

Macworld took possession of an iPad today, and we've been poring over it, taking photos and screen shots, trying it out...

First IPad Reviews Hit the Web

With the iPad a few days away, now begins one of the great rituals of the release of a new Apple product: the posting of the reviews from the lucky few...

The Case for the 3G-capable IPad

We're roughly two weeks out from the arrival of the iPad, and the pre-orders are apparently pouring in. So far, most of the focus has been on the three Wi-Fi...

iPhone Lessons From Google's Nexus One

In 2010, as in 2007, the entire technology industry gathered at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, only to have the hot tech news of the week...

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Intuit Releases Quicken Essentials for Mac

After numerous false starts over several years, Intuit plans to announce the release of Quicken Essentials for Mac on Thursday. The new product offers a...

Macworld 2010: IPad Roundtable

Macworld Expo 2010 is over, but the echoes remain. We present one of those echoes today--my iPad Special Event, featuring Dan Moren, Ted Landau, Ryan Block, and...

TextFlow Brings Document Comparisons to Box.net

It’s a problem faced by writers, editors, marketing managers, contract lawyers, and anyone else who needs to have their documents reviewed, edited, and commented...

SlingPlayer Mobile for IPhone

When SlingPlayer Mobile was first released for the iPhone, it was a disappointment. Yes, it performed the nearly miraculous task of displaying live TV on your...

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The IPad and Digital Comics

The iPad has been on the minds of a lot of Mac users as of late. In this special edition of the Macworld Podcast, recorded on the show floor of this week's...

Apple Releases Aperture 3

Apple may not be at Macworld 2010 this week, but the company still managed to announce a new product just in time for the trade show. On Tuesday Apple announced...

Hands On With the iPad

Unlike the iPhone, which Apple kept under such tight guard at its introduction that only a few special types got to touch it for a few minutes, there were iPads...

IPad: Perfect for Digital Comics?

There are three major comic-book buying apps for the iPhone: Panelfly, Comics, and iVerse Comics. And there are also a bunch of comic-reading apps for the...

Live Update: Apple Event

Join us on January 27th for coverage of Apple's next product launch, live from Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco. We'll be there, live blogging the event, starting at 9 a.m. And stay tuned to PCWorld.com thereafter, where our team of editors and reporters will analyze what the news will mean to you.

Macworld.com's Top Stories of 2009

It's that time of year where we venture down into the basement of the mighty Macworld industrial complex, to run maintenance tasks on the complex coal-burning...

The Mac Basics Superguide Updated for Snow Leopard

The readers of Macworld are amazingly diverse. Among our audience are some incredibly tech-savvy folks, and we're glad to have them. There are also some people...

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