The holidays are upon us, which means that many of us will be shooting our relatives and friends (with a camera, people, with a camera). Professor Breen shows you how to turn that footage into a respectable iMovie 10 video.
Blue Microphones' Spark Digital microphone captures sound well and supports both computer and iOS recording. But its stand makes it more difficult to work with than it should be.
Much has been made of Apple not innovating, but Chris Breen lays out the simple truth: Innovation is hard, and nobody else is doing it either.
The holidays are a time for warm family gatherings. To help prevent them from becoming too heated, take steps to keep your dearest and nearest from rummaging through your Mac's most intimate files.
Professor Breen returns with the second part of his iMovie 10 tutorial to explain how to bring media into iMovie 10.
Muse is a terrific utility for those who love Pandora, and it may help improve the relationship with those who have yet to fall in love with the service.
Try as you might, without a little trickery, you can't apply Finder Tags to Apple's applications or those applications you've obtained from the Mac App Store. Chris Breen reveals the necessary trick.
Macworld's OS installation expert, Dan Frakes, visits the podcast to discuss the ins and outs of putting Mavericks on your Mac.
Has your AirPort Base Station or Time Capsule become uncooperative since applying a firmware update? Here's how to easily return it to the previous working version.
The classic lines, rugged materials, and practical layout make the Staad backpack a pleasure to pack with you.
Mac 101 returns to discuss the workings of iMovie 10. In this lesson Professor Breen walks you through iMovie's interface.
The mid-2010 15-inch MacBook Pro was a lovely machine--unless you had one with a defective video card. Chris Breen offers workarounds and a link to the Big Fix.
In a world where Google maps lives on every browser on every platform, did Apple really need to migrate the Maps app to Mavericks? Here are a few reasons why doing so made sense.
GarageBand 1.0 for iOS was great. Version 2.0 is even better, thanks to several strategic improvements.
Time Machine reporting that something called a "sparsebundle" is busy, thus preventing you from backing up? Try these steps to clear your base station or Time Capsule's confusion.