An upgrade from a trickle to a flood has made your reporter feel like he's living partly in the future: The Internet can still be really slow, even with a fiber link.
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A counter-intuitive notion leaves you less vulnerable to remote attack, not more.
A missing menu item (and another Disk Utility option) makes people wonder what's happening to their trash, anyway.
A set of three high-quality portable mics provides new variety from a major audio manufacturer for podcasting and beyond.
Susie is joined by Dan Benjamin for a rousing discussion of the iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, the shape of things, and weird music.
A reader wants to be able to have a single iCloud Photo Library for he and his wife. It can't quite be done.
Using online backups that archive files to the cloud is convenient, but the inertia makes it hard to switch.
Several Mac developers woke yesterday to find customers unable to use software sold via the Mac App Store (MAS) after Apple let a digital certificate lapse. But security wasn't breached.
A reader wants to use OS X's HFS+ system on a PC with both Windows and Linux. What are his options?
Another podcast app maker switches from in-app purchase to patronage, this time before a major update.
Apple's mega-tablet needs to find its niche.
Are you having heartbreak of missing favorites in El Capitan? A restart will help.
Google and Bing take you to a site that purports to have the OS X software download you need. Go elsewhere, for your safety.
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