It doesn't seem to matter how many millions of something Apple sells, or how happy the customers are—Wall Street only cares about growth.
Once upon a time, URLs broke, texts were expensive, and space was tight. Those times are gone.
A reader wonders where comments go when they remove items from shared albums. Plus downloading shared items.
A reader wants to help her loss-prone boss keep his data backed up for restoring to his string of new phones.
The eternal verities: death, taxes, and OS X's low-battery warning for Bluetooth mouses and keyboards.
Security researcher Rich Mogull joins us to talk about security when traveling to countries where you might have a very good reason to be paranoid.
It's a very specific app, but if you need it, it's the only way to get this option.
A reader writes in with a common problem with MacBooks of all vintages related to audio output.
A reader can't configure his network with an Ethernet-only connection.
The password-management company responded to a security researcher by battening down the hatches. But messages in a browser can't be trusted.
Despite new limits in El Capitan, the wholly rewritten Default Folder X 5 not only restores previous functionality, but exceeds it with new options.
A court case makes it clear the government can at least try to brute-force your iPhone's four-digit passcode.
A reader wants to let her fingers do the walking among Safari's tabs.
We discuss the technology in politics, with Donald Trump's plan for force Apple to make its hardware in the U.S., and the New York Senate's back-door demand. Plus VLC, Netflix, and more.
Photos for OS X has changed its export behavior since its initial release. You almost need a flowchart to figure it out.