Senior editor Dan Frakes goes hands on with AirDrop in iOS 7.
Senior editor Dan Frakes goes hands on with control center in iOS 7.
MacDropAny lets you sync any folder on your Mac using Dropbox, Box.com, Copy, Google Drive, iClouDrive, or Microsoft SkyDrive.
⌘-Click Avenger, a Safari extension, forces websites to allow you to open links in new tabs.
Sip is a utility to get color information for items on screen.
Winclone makes it easy to back up, restore, and migrate Boot Camp partitions.
TaskAgent is an inexpensive and easy-to-use list and task manager that syncs (using Dropbox) with matching iOS apps.
School is almost here, which means it’s time to make sure your favorite Mac-using student has the right gear. From headphones to hubs, and keyboards to covers, here are some of our favorites.
In this video, our third on getting more out of Objective Development's excellent LaunchBar utility, we show you how to take advantage of LaunchBar's new snippets feature to paste frequently used bits of text.
If you love mechanical-key-switch keyboards but not the space they require, or have been hoping for a retro-style keyboard without the retro cables, the Laptop Pro is worth a look. Despite its name, it works great with a desktop, too.
The latest version of this app-launching, file-opening app is better than ever.
It's time for our annual GemFest (a.k.a., Summer of Gems). Starting today and continuing through the end of August, we'll be reviewing a new Mac Gem every day (except Sunday). Some of the programs are simple, some more complex. Some will be niche-y, while others will be programs everyone should use. The one thing they all have in common is that each is a Mac Gem.
Actions is a combination of Mac and iOS apps that turn your iPad into a nifty touchscreen control pad and shortcut panel for your Mac.
AirPlay is Apple’s technology for streaming audio or video over a local network. This week's Macworld video gives you a quick look at the most common AirPlay setups and how to configure and use them.
When switching to a Mac from another computer, you’ll likely worry about software compatibility. But don’t forget all your keyboard, mouse, and other external accessories. Here’s how to get that gear to work with your Mac.