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Apple's iPad may soon put a stake in the heart of netbooks, research analysts said this week.
Ten privacy advocate groups penned an open letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, asking him to make changes to the highly popular social networking site that will give users more control over their own data.
iTunes Digital Booklets are the PDF files that come with with some iTunes albums, and include lyrics and cover art. Unfortunately, they've been of limited usefulness since you can't really do much more than view them on the computer or organize them into a smart playlist. Come Monday, however, you'll finally be able to load them onto an iOS 4-capable iPhone or iPod touch--and Apple has kindly released a Knowledge Base article detailing how to do so.
Apple on Wednesday prepared customers for next weeks' release of the iPhone 4 and iOS 4 by updating iTunes to make it compatible with the new mobile operating system.
When you ask kids to close their eyes and think about summer, odds are they think about hot days and playing outside. But summer comes with its downtime too. One way to be prepared for rained-out afternoons and other idle hours is to load up the kids' computer with links to great Websites and other computing activities. Here are some of the Macworld editors favorites:
Safari 5 gained official support for extensions just last week, and developers wasted no time in releasing all manner of enhancements. Apple announced at Safari's release that it would open a Safari Extensions Gallery later this summer, and the doors are now open for submissions.
The mobile OS battle is joined: The next generation of the Motorola Droid smartphone is being announced next week, the day before the iPhone 4 ships.
YouTube has a new bare bones video editing tool that allows you to clip your videos, and add a soundtrack right in your browser. The new tool, which follows in the footsteps of similar online video editors such as the now defunct YouTube Remixer powered by Adobe Premiere Express , is a bit limited, but if you want to add titles, transitions, and music to your videos, it will do the trick.
In the tradition of 'eating your own dog food," Microsoft shares best practices that it learned while using Sharepoint 2010 for social networking and podcasting.
The project aims to develop and evolve a set of Eclipse-based tools for EGL in an effort to boost backing for the business app programming language