Sometimes you want to collect a bunch of files into one file, but don't need to compress them. A .tar file is the answer; here's an OS X service that makes creating one quick and easy.
Forcing your Mac to hibernate instead of just going to sleep can save on battery life—and the faster wake-up times on solid-state drives makes it less of a hassle.
Need to create a PDF of a Microsoft Office file, but don't have the right version of Office? Use Google Docs to convert it.
When you add Amazon MP3s to iTunes, they can leave behind a trail of old MP3 files. Here's how to configure the Amazon downloader app to automatically clean up after itself.
Dropbox, the free file-syncing service, is a great way to make sure that the copies of your to-do list and resume are the same on all your Macs. But that's just the beginning of what Dropbox can do. Dan Miller explains.
If the iPad is going to succeed as a business tool, it needs an office suite. The first suite out the gate: Apple's own iWork for iPad.
If you're going to use the iPad for business, you're going to need a keyboard. This is a really nice one.
Imagine, next time you visit the doctor or dentist, filling out all those forms on an iPad instead of clipboard-and-paper. Software developer MacPractice has plans to make that happen.
The D-men of Macworld discuss all the activity on the show floor, cite some of the favorite things they’ve seen here, and ponder the continuing future of a Macworld Expo without Apple.
The new version of Microsoft's suite of productivity applications will ship by the end of 2010, including better compatibility with Windows version, improved collaboration tools, Visual Basic, and Outlook.
New tablet splits difference between smartphones, laptops.
Company adds file-syncing, better revision tracking, and improved Web access to services for home and business users.
Scanner software from Fujitsu and Creaceed now support Mac OS X 10.6, and Mariner Software creates software-hardware bundles combining its Paperless software with Fujitsu ScanSnap scanners.
OK, so Mac malware is virtually nonexistent. But Kaspersky Lab says Macs can still transmit viruses to PCs, and its new product can help prevent that.
Backblaze has been offering online backup services to individual Mac users since last April. Now it's expanding those services to businesses, too.