Serenity CaldwellAssociate Editor, Macworld

Serenity has been writing and talking and tinkering with Apple products since she was old enough to double-click. In her spare time, she sketches, writes, acts, sings, and wears an assortment of hats.

Elan Files With ITC, Seeks Sales Injunction Against Apple

In the U.S., spring usually announces itself through a deluge of rain. In the world of technology, however, it's signaled by an influx of lawsuits and...

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CBS Experimenting With IPad-friendly Video

Broadcast giant CBS has long been a proponent of iPhone-viewable content: Apps like March Madness on Demand and TV.com, developed by its CBS Mobile arm, allow...

Jobs Speaks About Transplant, Champions Donor Bill

While Washington debated the merits of its proposed health care bill, Apple CEO Steve Jobs made a rare public appearance at a hospital in Palo Alto to champion...

Etude Offers Sheet Music, Piano Instruction

For the aspiring musician without the paycheck to take lessons, computers have really opened up the traditional teaching field. Sure, programs like Garage Band's...

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IWork.com Adds Easier Public Sharing, Mobile Support

Remember Apple's iWork.com? The free service, which debuted in beta form at last year's Macworld Expo, let users share their iWork files for viewing, commentary...

Sophiestication Releases Articles Wikipedia Reader

There are a bunch of Wikipedia apps out there for the iPhone and iPod touch right now, all trying to serve different customers. Want an offline version for your...

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New Aperture Update Fixes Video Issues

Yet another fix for Aperture 3 users came down the pipeline on Monday in the form of Aperture SlideShow Support Update 1.1.

Rhapsody App to Sport Offline Listening 'very Soon'

Real's Rhapsody iPhone app has had mixed reviews since its initial release last September. The companion app to the $15 monthly service requires a 3G or Wi-Fi...

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Safari 4.0.5 Offers Improvements to Top Sites, Plug-ins

Whether you're a fan of Apple's Web browser, or just having some problems with its competition, there's now a new Safari update available just for you. Well, you...

Novothink Debuts Solar Charging Case for IPhone

Sure, the App Store has plenty of ways to help survivalists fend off a zombie apocalypse, or figure out what plants are safe to eat--but without electricity...

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Apple Releases MainStage 2.1.1, Fixes 32-bit Issues

On Wednesday morning, MainStage 2 users woke up to an update from Cupertino, repairing a variety of minor issues, among them stability fixes for 32-bit Audio...

Elgato Releases Smaller EyeTV Hybrid, Adds PC Support

Over the last few years, TV tuners have made it increasingly easy to watch and record television on your computer. Devices like Elgato's EyeTV Hybrid allow you...

CBS Returns March Madness to the IPhone

The fervor over March Madness is akin to the excitement over the Olympics: even if you're not a typical sports fan, you can't help but be interested. Me, I'll...

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Apple Drops Price, Changes Name of Mac Developer Program

If you've been interested in becoming an official Mac developer but shied away from high membership fees, this might just be your lucky day.

Dunnit Provides To-do Lists That Both Work and Play

I have a not-so-secret confession to make: I hate doing chores. You've got to find the time for it, then work up the motivation, and once you finally have both...

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