Parallels is best known for letting you run Windows on your Mac. Now, with Parallels Access, it's entering the more crowded niche letting you run your Mac's apps remotely from your iPad. Here's our first look.
Launchpad Manager provides a nice set of tools for organizing the Launchpad.
Following reports of malfunctioning third-party iPhone power adapters, the company says it will take your old adapter and sell you a new official one at a special price.
The database giant is shutting down its consumer-level app to focus on its main product lines.
Filled with features and customization options, Should I Sleep is a valuable Mac utility.
Startupizer supercharges OS X's Login Items list by letting you determine the order in which login items load, as well as configure conditions that determine whether each item loads.
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.