This week's video tip shows you how to quickly and easily make a custom lock-screen image for your iOS devices that contains contact and emergency information.
Notification Center in iOS has loads of promise, but it also has quite a few annoyances. Here are the changes we'd like to see as we anticipate iOS 8
Fantastical 2 gets the iPad treatment, but it's more than just a scaled-up version of the iPhone app.
The iMac foot is a nice, elegant bit of design, but it could be more useful. Two vendors at Macworld/iWorld are showing off iMac stands that actually do something.
If you need to change your account's short username, Mavericks, like its OS X predecessors, offers a few options for doing so. However, each has its own advantages and disadvantages. We show you the why and how for each method.
Macworld's Dan Moren, Serenity Caldwell, and Dan Frakes go hands on with the iOS 7.1 update. Here's what we like (and the changes we're not too fond of).
The basic Calculator app is good for simple calculations, but if it’s a full-featured scientific calculator you want, there’s no better app than PCalc.
Tom Bihn’s Synapse 19 is a superbly versatile backpack, as long as you travel light. The company's new Synapse 25 sheds that limitation, accommodating a laptop, an iPad, and much more in a comfortable, multipurpose package.
One of OS X's most-useful features is the capability to save any printable document, webpage, or file as a PDF. This week's video shows you some nifty ways to get more out of this feature.
We see a lot of gear that we can't review. But that doesn't mean it should all go unnoticed. Here are some of the best "little" accessories we've seen recently--things that have earned a spot on our desks or in our bags.
Our Mac Gems department aims to uncover the best in great, inexpensive software. Of the nearly 120 Mac Gems we reviewed in 2013, here are our favorites.
The new Mac Pro offers impressive performance. But unless you spend most of your time in pro apps, Apple's other computers are great performers, too. These days, power users no longer need to go pro.
Apple's new Mac Pro is finally here, but is it for you? That all depends on the apps you use and what expansion options you need.
Everyone knows that Apple's new Mac Pro is smaller than the old one. But to really get just how small it is, you need to see it in person--or at least next to something familiar. Here are a dozen household objects that will give you some perspective.
We've got a new Mac Pro in house and are testing it now. Here are a first few hands-on impressions with Apple's tiny high-end machine.
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