CustomMenu lets you create a custom systemwide menu for accessing favorite apps, files, and folders.
Accessory vendor Logitech on Wednesday announced two new Bluetooth input devices for the Mac: the Easy-Switch Keyboard, which offers backlit keys and pairs with up to three devices simultaneously, and the Rechargeable Trackpad, which offers a rechargeable alternative to Apple's Magic Trackpad
It’s the time of year for the an avalanche of pre-holiday sales. Though most offer bargains on physical goods, there are currently a couple Mac-software bundles that each offers a bunch of good apps at a bargain price. Each also includes a number of Mac Gems.
The iPad mini gives you nearly everything of its non-mini namesakes in a smaller package. It really is an iPad. It’s just a smaller one.
Mountain Lion eliminated the useful Displays menu extra, but Display Menu brings it back.
There are plenty of great Mac accessories that we don’t cover in standalone articles. Our Mac-accessory roundup gives them a home, and gives you the latest info on stuff to make your Mac more useful.
Alongside major upgrades to its iMac and MacBook Pro lines, Apple also bumped the specs on its Mac mini Tuesday, offering faster processors and hybrid storage options.
Budget-accessory vendor Monoprice.com will soon introduce a line of high-end LED displays with screen quality designed to compete with Apple’s $999 Cinema Display.
Nearly a month after they were announced, Apple's adapters for using older, 30-pin accessories with the latest iPhone and iPod models are available. We've been testing them for compatibility; here's our full report.
Looking to stock your travel bag or streamline your cluttered desk? Dan Frakes uncovers a slew of standout cables, chargers, and accessories.
With the seventh generation of the iPod nano, Apple has taken the best of the previous two generations and combined them into an iOS-inspired player that for many people will be the best nano yet.
Today's Mac Gems review covers two simple add-ons for iTunes. One is an update to a previous Gem, and the other is new for Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8).
OS X has long let you use Disk Utility to encrypt removable drives to prevent other people from accessing your data. But doing so used to require you to use Disk Utility and navigate its many options, menus, and buttons. In Mountain Lion, the process is much easier. Here's how to do it. We also show you how to encrypt your Time Machine backup drives.
Sticky Notifications lets you use Mountain Lion's Notification Center to post simple reminders for yourself.
Automatic Launch Object Detection is a clever utility that notifies you whenever an application or installer installs a background process.