If you need to bundle two or more OS X audio sources to pass as input into another program, Rogue Amoeba's Loopback provides a simple, hack-free method.
Other iterations of the flaw Patrick Wardle discovered in September in OS X's code-signing application checker remain in play.
Susie and Glenn reunite to talk about everything from yoga robots to Apple's many failures to help the media business.
Comcast offers iOS profiles and AT&T automatically connects your phone. Is that safe? A new hotspot standard will help.
A former Macworld editor found himself baffled at an ethernet problem in a new house.
Magnets? How do they work? Also, the latest security-reporting follies, more Apple TV thoughts, and bringing civility to commenting.
Apple's iOS 9 extra for ensuring consistent Internet access comes switched on. We recommend turning it off in most cases.
Your iOS device—especially an iPhone—can sometimes seem to drain its battery rapidly. How do you find the answer?
A reader switching to OS X wants advice on working with PDFs.
Facebook sits at the crossroads of two outdated standards that combine security problems with broad compatibility.
Are they seeing double? A reader has two identical mailboxes from Gmail.
A reader is confused as to why they're seeing cloud storage subtracting from local drive space.
A reader finds a hidden feature, a bug, and a quandary in using Timed Access Control with Apple's Wi-Fi gear.
Your AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule can block certain devices at certain times of day, based on the device's MAC address. Here's how to set it up.
After too long a delay, the firms and organizations that interact on web-based encryption are ditching an outdated standard.