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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.

MLB Releases IPhone App With Game Audio

MLB.com At Bat 2009 lets you stream live game audio.Major League Baseball Advanced Media announced Sunday that it has released...

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Think Before You Tweet

I love Twitter, as my 7,121 updates will attest. But let's get this straight: while it might be okay to tweet about waffles...

15 IPhone 3.0 Features We'd Like to See

Talk about ungrateful--the iPhone hadn't been out for more than a month when we created our first list of "missing" iPhone...

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Live Update: iPhone Software 3.0

Jason Snell and Dan Moren provide live coverage from the Apple campus in Cupertino, as we get a look at the next generation if iPhone software.

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Hands-on the New IPod Shuffle

The fourth-generation iPod shuffle was unveiled Tuesday and arrived in our offices Thursday. In this Macworld Video, I give...

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New IPod Shuffle: What You Need to Know

Answers straight from Apple and from our own hands-on tests

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Introducing Macworld's New IPhone Superguide

In the two-plus years since the original iPhone was introduced, Macworld has written tens of thousands of words about Apple's...

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MLB At Bat 2009 to Include Game Audio

As a baseball fan, I'm not sure how I missed this. (Perhaps it was the typical mid-winter doldrums.) Following up last year's...

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Amazon Releases Kindle for IPhone

Amazon.com released Kindle for iPhone late Tuesday night, enabling iPhone users to read more than 240,000 Kindle e-books.

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Google Gives Safari a Kick in the Pants

Tuesday's release of a Safari 4 public beta is a radical departure from previous Apple interfaces, not just in Safari but in...

Google Chrome: A Wake-Up Call for Safari

Safari 4 public beta is a radical departure from previous Apple interfaces.

Hands on With an Imaginary Apple Netbook

The computer industry is abuzz about "netbooks," the hot new category of dirt-cheap tiny laptops made by companies such as...

Throw Your Stuff in Dropbox

Syncing files between different computers, Macs and PCs alike, isn't a new idea. But Dropbox does it better than any service...

The Ultra-thin Brenthaven Metrolite BP

I've been using a laptop backpack from Brenthaven for years now. Not a series of backpacks--a single blue backpack. There's a...

Will Amazon Bring Kindle to the IPhone?

Somewhat obscured in the hubbub about Google announcing Thursday a mobile version of its public-domain book library was a...

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