Music recognition is no longer confined to mobile devices. Shazam is now freely available for Mac users.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen review the news of the week including Apple acquisitions, Bose versus Beats, more about Beats, and Apple envy.
iDVD is dead and gone. So how do you burn your movies to disc? Chris Breen reveals all.
Do you rip movies on one Mac and copy them to another? Chris Breen offers a shortcut to get around tedious file- and screen-sharing.
If you've installed the OS X Yosemite public beta and now wish to revert to Mavericks we show you the steps for doing it.
Chris Breen and Serenity Caldwell discuss the news of the week including iOS and iBM, real work on an iPad, too easy in-app purchases, and unlimited lit.
20 CDs can make up a single audiobook. Countless tracks may be found on each, making them a pain to manage on your portable player--unless you know this technique.
If you're looking for a way out of Outlook and into Mail, follow Chris Breen's advice for transferring your messages.
Macworld editor Dan Miller joins Chris Breen to discuss a reinvigorated (and downsized) Microsoft, iLife no more, and I-spy-with-my-little-eye, China!
If you have a modernish Harmony Remote there's no need to use outdated software with it. Give MyHarmony a try.
In an overenthusiastic fit of summer cleaning you've deleted some desired bookmarks. Here's how to undo your actions.
The normal way of screen sharing with a Mac on your network can be tedious. Chris Breen shows you a simpler method.
Don't make the mistake of exposing too much in your videos. Chris Breen shows how to mask the naughty bits.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss a false sense of security, the unsurprising thing about robots, a more-aware home, and why fashion matters.
Funny thing. Fail to update your software in a decade and it becomes increasingly unaware of new technologies.