HomeKit--a set of tools for controlling your home's devices from your iOS device--looks promising. But what about control from a remote location? Chris Breen has some thoughts.
If you have 10,000+ contacts you may have some difficulty syncing them with your devices. It may be time to become less social or whittle down your lists of acquaintances.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen discuss news of the week including five iOS 8 features we want now, link bait from the New York Times, and Tesla and open patents.
The issue: Your Mac lacks Wi-Fi circuitry and Maps relies on such circuitry to report its location. Chris Breen explains your options.
Amazon Prime Music has much in common with its video cousin -- a thin catalog but just attractive enough to keep the $99 Amazon Prime subscriptions rolling in.
Your old high-capacity iPhone is about to take a trip to the shop. In the meantime, you're given a much lower-capacity loaner. Here's how to set up the replacement.
Not content with the Ultraviolet digital copy bundled with the Blu-ray disc you just purchased? Rip the movie for greater iOS compatibility.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen have calmed down enough to discuss their favorite 10 features announced at WWDC '14.
What do you do when you have an old AirPort base station and the version of AirPort Utility that ships with Mavericks doesn't support it? Chris Breen has the answer.
Mavericks' screen savers have some beautiful images and some are available as Desktop backgrounds--but not all. Here's how to find and use the remainders.
The recently announced Family Sharing feature looks great, but if you don't want to wait until autumn to share your purchased media, follow Chris Breen's advice today.
OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 will both support a feature called Family Sharing which will allow family members to easily share media and data. Here's the lowdown.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen are joined by Macworld's Dan Miller to discuss WWDC 14's keynote presentation.
With Yosemite Apple simplifies and speeds up Safari and lets you mark up Mail images as well as upload enormous attachments.
At first glance it can be difficult to determine exactly which VPN protocol was created in OS X's Network system preference. Ah, but with a second look...