Apple hasn't made a product announcement at the venerable trade show since 2009. As the event turns 30 years old, it looks to its future and place among other conferences.
When Apple decided to stop exhibiting at MacWorld people wondered what would become of the show. Five years on, the show is still going strong in San Francisco, with tons of Apple-related hardware and software on display.
While Microsoft has moved to Office 365 and Office for iPad, Mac users are still stuck with Office 2011.
The din about the 2104 MacBook Air solid-state drive being slower than 2013 models is instructive: not all components are created equally.
Firmware update repairs vulnerability in two AirPort base station models related to a major flaw in OpenSSL.
Guy Kawasaki, who played a supporting -- but very visible -- role promoting the adoption of Apple's Macintosh in the 1980s, wants to do something similar for Canva, a Sydney-based graphic design tech company.
In an Apple v. Samsung patent case, an engineer who worked on the first iPhone's user interface talks the jury through the development of the device and Apple's steps to make it user-friendly.
During an event celebrating the 30th birthday of the Macintosh, the team that created the iconic computer reflected on the early days.
Apple's Phil Schiller has poured water on the theory that iOS and OS X could be combined into one operating system.
Macintosh marketing chief Mike Murray hoped that businesses would abandon their IBM PCs to join the revolution, but it proved to be more difficult than imagined.