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OS X Mavericks boasts a much improved built-in dictation tool. But how improved is it, really? David Sparks pits it against the established Mac transcription champ, Dragon Dictate.
If you wear out your headphone jack, you're staring at a $1,000 repair.
Apple's claim of revolutionizing pricing with OS X Mavericks isn't quite as revolutionary as claimed. The new-age "One Microsoft" is already laying the groundwork for free Windows upgrades.
Apple's move to offer its latest desktop operating system, OS X Mavericks, for free isn't going to affect the Linux operating system at all, its creator Linus Torvalds said.
Mac users beware!
Apple went on a bit of a "free" kick Tuesday, labeling everything from its operating system down to minor apps with the price tag. But there are still some things the Cupertino company is willing to charge for: OS X Mavericks Server, released Tuesday evening, is one of them.
In a fast-paced event Tuesday, Apple unleashed a bunch of new products across its iPad and Mac product lines, along with updates to over 20 apps and (oh, yeah) a new version of OS X, too.
But that still doesn't mean Microsoft's new-look operating system is setting the world alight.
Fall is the perfect time to make the switch from PC to Mac (or aid a loved one in doing so). Let the editors at Macworld help you make that journey with our new Switch to Mac Superguide, available for $4.99 on the iBookstore.
VMware has released the latest version of Fusion, its app for running Windows and other OSes on your Mac. Its chief focus: support the latest versions of OS X and Windows
Over the past 15 years, Apple has worked, and at times struggled, to figure out the best way to integrate its products into enterprise environments. Columnist Ryan Faas takes a look at that complex relationship.
A few years ago, we wrote a book on 100 things every Mac user should know. Now it's time for us to provide you with 100 more how-tos, features, and tidbits to learn about your Mac, available on all ebookstores for $2.99.
We've been playing with the pre-release version of OS X Mavericks (with Apple's OK, of course), to get a taste of its new features. Here are some initial impressions of one of those features: improved support for multiple monitors.
Apple made a slew of exciting announcements at the WWDC keynote on Monday, and we've written about them at length. But what about the rumored and/or hoped-for features that didn't appear? Lex Friedman investigates.
Apple announced Monday it was working on browser-based versions of its iWork productivity applications, a move one analyst said challenged Microsoft's Office behemoth.