New Releases: PCWorld and Macworld

It seems the stars have aligned when it comes to our two newest releases: PCWorld and Macworld.

Just as thousands of developers arrived on scene for the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, we welcomed our first issue of Macworld to keep us ahead of the curve on all things Apple.

So far, the announcements unleashed at WWDC 2014 have centered on OS X Yosemite and iOS8 – updates we can’t wait to see reflected in the pages of Macworld in upcoming months. Until iOS8 is released to the public, the July issue of Macworld brings us “Beyond the Basics of iOS7, 64 tips to maximize our iPad® and iPhone® savvy. All the better for browsing through the latest issues of our favorite magazines.

And for Microsoft fans, we’re excited to offer product news with the addition of PCWorld, your source for all the latest PC and Windows tips, fixes, and trends. While the June issue touts Windows Phone 8.1 as a fierce competitor for iOS, the two new magazines are getting along just fine within our digital library.

Look out for some deep-diving product updates in the latest issues:

Articles from the latest issues of Macworld and PCWorld

“Wall-to-Wall Apple: How iOS Could Make Its Way Into Your Home”

Although we haven’t heard any specifics on Smarthome technology from Apple thus far, the company has been building mobile technologies poised to turn iOS into the hub of our homes. Learn more about Apple’s presence awareness, media automation, climate management, and health data in the July 2014 issue of Macworld.

“Battle of the digital assistants: Cortana, Siri, and Google Now”

In the budding space of digital assistants, neither Apple’s “Siri,” Google’s “Google Now,” nor Microsoft’s new “Cortana,” have mastered all there is to know about simplifying our lives. But which ranks best in a side-by-side feature test? Find out in the June 2014 issue of PCWorld.

Here’s to a summer of staying right on top of the tech game.

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