Remotely accessible Internet video cameras aim to provide peace of mind. But many aren't secured. A nearly literal vision of things to come.
You know you've got Wi-Fi in your Mac, so why is OS X claiming it's not there? A reset is required.
An update to PowerPhotos, a tool for managing Photos for OS X libraries, adds merging and copying, alongside its existing powerful features.
Unlock that maddening trash can by syncing or resyncing with iTunes.
A reader wants to restore Yosemite, but can't access it during in OS X Recovery.
A reader needs to accentuate the positif! He wonders how to access diacritical marks and the like within Apple's Pages.
A data plan rate hike and a distressing headphone jack rumor make this podcast a week of "whaaaaa"?
A reader wants to use his guest network to print. However, that's one of the things it can't do.
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.
When Thanksgiving is about both turkey and tech support, Macworld has your back.
An attempt by Time Machine to keep backups up to date away from network resources can fill your drive, too.
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.