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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.

The Future of Smartphones

Next week we'll have a special Macworld Podcast focusing on the aftermath of Apple's forthcoming music event in San Francisco. But for this week, we change it up...

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Baseball Games for the IPhone

I've had a love-hate relationship with baseball video games since I was a kid playing MicroLeague Baseball on the Apple II. I love the stats-based games, but the...

Snow Leopard's New Math

I did OK in math. Took a year of calculus in college. Got a B and two A's, if I recall correctly. (It's all about getting a good professor.) But math is not my...

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Snow Leopard: The In-depth Review

Apple has spent the last decade building and improving Mac OS X, fusing the classic Mac OS and technology acquired from Steve Jobs's Next into an impressive...

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Inside Snow Leopard's Under-the-hood Additions

Snow Leopard features several new under-the-hood technologies that, at first glance, might seem to be of interest only to Mac software developers. But those...

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Review: Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard, Apple's lowest-priced OS update in eight years, is a great value, and the biggest no-brainer of an upgrade since Mac OS X 10.1.

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Blighty Angry at Snow Leopard Exchange Rate

Apple's exchange-rate math has ruffled the feathers of some British Mac fans who are taking umbrage at the cost of Snow Leopard in the UK.

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Parallels Releases Switch to Mac Bundle

Striving to provide an all-in-one-retail-box solution to Windows users who want to switch to the Mac, Parallels announced Tuesday that it's releasing a new...

Apple: AT&T Didn't Ask Us to Reject Google Voice

In a posting Friday to its Web site, Apple provided several intriguing details about its App Store approval processes, all in response to questions from the U.S...

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Apps With Maps: IPhone Car Navigation

The iPhone 3.0 software update finally enabled iPhone apps to support turn-by-turn navigation. And now there are three apps on the market -- from TomTom...

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What's '64-bit' on Snow Leopard?

There's a little bit of confusion out there on the Web about what parts of Snow Leopard are running in 64-bit mode and what parts are running in 32-bit mode. A...

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Microsoft: Next Mac Office Due Late 2010 With Outlook

Microsoft announced Thursday that the next edition of Microsoft Office for Mac will be released in late 2010. The new edition of the venerable office suite will...

Roku Player Adds Live MLB Streaming

Roku on Monday announced that its $99 video player box, which previously played only Netflix and Amazon video content, would also support both live and...

Play Internet Radio in the Background

Most of the time, I just don't mind that the iPhone doesn't permit any non-Apple apps to run in the background. Switching between apps in the iPhone by hitting...

Verizon MiFi 2200

In the 10 years since Apple employees walked down the aisles of a Macworld Expo keynote bearing AirPort-connected iBooks to the oohs and aahs of the crowd...