If your inbox is overflowing (and whose inbox isn't?), a service called SaneBox could help. Dan Miller has a quick video tour.
If you work with text, a utility like TextExpander is indispensable. Here are five ways Dan Miller uses it to save time and typing.
Alfred 2, a major update to the popular app- and file-launching utility, adds workflows and customizable themes while maintaining the app's ease of use. But it lacks some of the configuration options of its more-powerful competitors.
Maybe you have a laptop want to be extra safe. Maybe you share a computer and want to keep some things private. Whatever your reason for wanting to keep some files or folders hidden, we found eight ways to do it.
If you're drowning in files, Doo is a surprisingly powerful document manager for the desktop.
The Omni Group has announced version 2.0 of its flagship to-do manager, but the app won't ship for a while.
By giving you extensive control over the menu bar, Bartender makes a key element of the OS X interface way more useful.
We've redesigned macworld.com before. But never quite like this.
A new iPod touch, with improved camera and support for iOS 6, and a bigger iPod nano are both on the way.
Want to edit Microsoft Office documents on your iPad and file compatibility is your top concern? These services let your iPad run the Windows version of Microsoft Office remotely.
Samsung might have lost dramatically in its patent fight with Apple, but in the long term the decision could mean consumers win.
Google's Voice Search technology, which makes the company's Search app almost Siri-like in its intelligence, is making the leap from Android to iOS.
Tagit lets you add metadata tags to files for easy searching, either through Tagit itself or other apps that are compatible with the OpenMeta tagging standard.
Messages is more than just a reskinning of iChat. Rather, Mountain Lion's new messaging client is a rethinking of the way chatting and texting should work on the Mac.
Google has bought mobile office-suite maker QuickOffice. That'll give iPad users a pretty compelling way to edit Office documents on the tablet, and give iWork some pretty stiff competition.