The sync service puts photos everywhere—or nowhere at all.
A reader finds his green full-screen button has gone grey. Is there a fix?
It's not you; it's Photos for iOS and OS X.
A reader is having folders jump about, and wants to set them in place.
A reader would like to have the benefit of optimized thumbnail storage, but also grab high-res versions when needed.
Well, newish MacBooks anyway. They aren't dramatically different than last year's first-gen model—which Glenn still has high praise for.
Anker's dock offer 4K HDMI, pass-through power, and two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, but has limits worth noting on its USB power.
A reader's El Capitan installation started blacking out one monitor when he's using apps full screen.
A reader can't move items to trash, but is instead always prompted to delete files immediately.
Giant corporations are now swinging their power in favor of users, but each approach doesn't yield the same outcome.
Why would Apple offer a high-end phone at a low price unless it’s worried about sales? Examining previous phone upgrades, it’s clear it fits previous patterns.
A simple app lets you see Apple Maps street and satellite views, view directions, and has a nifty screensaver-like flyover.
As we were recording, the news broke that Smile is lowering the TextExpander subscription price for existing users. Unfortunately, that's not our only problem with the service.
iSpy with my little eye, software called Espionage. It's not malware.
A reader would like to use his Time Capsule only for backups, not as a Wi-Fi gateway.