Google's upcoming messaging app offers a strange choice between intelligent agent and strongly protected communications.
My 9-year-old came to me with a question about arranging photos in an album in OS X.
Many people write in with similar problems. Here's a super-FAQ to help solve the most common iOS 9, iCloud, and El Capitan issues.
A few readers find even with iCloud Photo Library enabled, an iTunes backup of an iPhone or iPad still includes all locally stored photos.
It's a smorgasbord of topics as we head into WWDC, from ticks and tocks to crowdfunding to cancer rats. But the thing we're most excited about is the rumored demise of the 16GB iPhone.
Apple leaves it opaque how to extract the movie version of an iOS Live Photos.
Another spate of failed and much-delayed high-profile crowdfunded projects should give pause to potential funders, especially of giant hardware projects.
Google I/O is over, and WWDC is about to happen—it's the perfect time to compare Google's approach to Apple's, and wonder what will happen if we move from a mobile-first world to an AI-first one.
A reader wonders if something's wrong, because Apple's second-factor system lets him approve a connection from a seemingly odd place.
Apple’s addition of a new Touch ID restriction could be about prodding people's memories, or it could be another protection for people without legal protections.
A reader wants to have a copy of his Photos Library on an external drive that looks like what he sees in the app.
If you haven’t used your passcode to unlock your iPhone or iPad for six days, an iOS 9 restriction disables Touch ID if you don't unlock with a fingerprint within eight hours.
Glenn and Susie are joined by The iTunes Guy, Kirk McElhearn, for a rousing discussion on why iTunes gives us so much trouble, as well as whether Apple Pay really is faster than those poky chip-and-sign readers.
You can connect an iOS device to some of Apple’s older displays, but only at 1080p.
Google's release of the Gboard keyboard alternative in iOS immediately had people asking whether they were sending too much information to the search giant.