Windows 10 lets you share Wi-Fi network access with contacts in a seemingly secure manner, but it opens all Wi-Fi networks to the potential of unwanted use.
Cupertino's biggest fruit company had a good quarter, Best Buy is becoming the new Apple Store, and Tim Cook throws some shade.
Susie's cold is finally gone, Apple put out a sweet new iPod touch, and Glenn used apps to turn his rental car into KITT from Knight Rider. Good times.
While it's important to have a well-chosen password to avoid it being cracked, unique passwords for every site and service are critical.
A host of apps related to parking make the typically awful business of getting rid of your car temporarily into an option that's easier and frequently cheaper or at least with predictable price.
We're back with more answers to a seemingly endless number of Photos questions, including deleting, syncing, and organizing albums.
Jason Snell joins Glenn and Susie to discuss the things we love in the OS X and iOS betas.
A new protection mechanism in OS X increases security, but prevents some low-level activities that utilities rely on. They'll have to find new paths.
Flash's time has been over for years, but inertia has kept flawed technology alive and exploitable. It's time to kill it off.
How to sort tables directly in Pages, open ancient documents, cope with insufficient EPUB support, and solve an issue with disappearing text replacements in this week's column.
Apple said at WWDC it would build a more integrated and comprehensive two-factor security system into its next OS releases, and today explains what that means.
A deep setting in Firefox lets you reduce tracking even further than Do Not Track. It seems to be a dead end, but the path is being well trod.
The Hacking Team got hacked. Safari may (or may not) be the new Internet Explorer. Not all music can play over all speakers. It's been a strange week.
A short trip from Seattle to Vancouver, B.C., shows how thin our conduit is to connectivity—and how expensive an international pipe remains.
A massive breach in the private data of a firm that sells software to governments to spy on communications shows that jailbroken iPhones are vulnerable.
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