The second iteration of Apogee's versatile portable audio interface adds support for iOS devices and multi-source recording. Chris Breen generally likes what he hears.
If you're running iOS 7 there's very little reason to dig down through mailboxes to locate the email most important to you.
Dan Frakes joins Chris Breen to talk about the dilution of ComiXology, new MacBook Airs, the thing we once called Net Neutrality, and a hiring settlement.
Why junk up your SSD's limited storage capacity with files that can easily be packed onto another hard drive? Chris Breen shows you how.
Chris Breen and Dan Moren contemplate a refined Apple TV interface, tech we're uncomfortable with, and just how green Apple grows.
If you have an old email account now associated with Yahoo and AT&T you may find it difficult to change your password. Chris Breen offers a way through the mess.
The setup: Two users, two sets of bookmarks, one shared iPad between them. How to get everyone's bookmarks on one device.
There's no getting around the idea that AirPlay Recorder was designed for the purpose of capturing music you don't own. If you're okay with that, it works as advertised.
You've taken the trouble to give your iPhoto images titles, but when you copy them to the desktop the titles are nowhere to be found. Chris Breen explains the proper export method.
Earlier versions of Messages inherited the iChat Theater feature that allows you to share Keynote presentations with others. That feature's gone in Mavericks. Chris Breen suggests alternatives.
For a mere 20 bucks and a little planning you can back up all the Macs on your network. In this video, Chris Breen shows you how.
With the help of Automator you can create a reminder on your Mac without ever launching the Reminders app.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen return to talk Apple Goes to Court (again), Macworld/iWorld, Office on the iPad, and Yahoo throws more money around.
Tapping on a plus button to configure an event is strictly old-school (and slow). Here are two techniques for more efficient event creation.
Christopher Breen chats with Smule CEO Jeffrey Smith about music and the Mac.