There's little doubt that Apple's October 22nd event will feature at least one new iPad. But what else has Apple up its corporate sleeve? Chris Breen, Jon Seff, and Dan Frakes explore.
Sleuth Chris Breen tells you where all your ripped movies have disappeared to since the latest Apple TV update.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen begins his series on creating compelling videos with iMovie.
iOS 7's Calendar app isn't going over terrible well with those who find its text difficult to read. Chris Breen squints at the issue.
A reader wants to outfit his mother with a 'picture phone.' Chris Breen offers a few strategies for doing exactly that.
In this final iPhoto lesson, Chris Breen shows you how to assign ratings and keywords, as well as how to share local iPhoto libraries.
HandBrake can handle batch conversion of video files, but HandBrakeBatch makes the process even easier.
Questions about iOS 7 have been pouring into the Mac 911 mailbag. Chris Breen answers the most common ones.
Smule, maker of popular music creation apps, now lets you enjoy—or critique—the work of others via its Smule Nation website.
Is the current crop of Apple products just more of the same old, same old? Chris Breen thinks not. The company built the iPhone 5s, iOS 7, and Mavericks with the future in mind.
A reader misses his subscribed Google calendars on his iPhone. Chris Breen tells him how to get in sync.
There's no reason to let a kiosk presentation run when there's no one there to watch it. With Automator you can trigger and shut down these presentations at appropriate times.
iPhoto gives you plenty of ways to file and find your images. Professor Breen discusses two of the most attractive—Faces and Places.
Macworld's Jason Snell and Philip Michaels join host Chris Breen to discuss their reviews of Apple's new iPhone 5s and 5c.
A radical new interface is going to confuse people accustomed to The Old Way. Chris Breen explains that what may seem to be lost may only be unfound.