Glenn and Susie discuss most promising Apple Car rumor yet, how the Apple Watch helped save our friend's life, how to protect yourself from ransomware, and more.
A reader is collaborating with someone with an older version, and trying to figure out the best interchange format.
Apple uses Citizens One for some of its financing. What happens when you don't have an account number and need to change payment methods?
Microsoft's move of Skype to the cloud comes with a continuing lack of disclosure on security and privacy.
I, for one, welcome our Apple Pay and chipped overlords.
A reader wants to wipe her Mac before getting rid of it, but she doesn't see a clear way to do so.
Five bugs fixed in the latest iOS and OS X releases could allow maliciously crafted images to hijack a device only if a number of hurdles were crossed.
Apple Music, iCloud Music Library, and iTunes Match just got slightly less confusing, and Pokémon Go can't stop.
Yes, even bad-guy malware developers have to keep their "customers" happy. Read what happens when F-Secure tests the "help desks" of four crypto-locking malware makers.
Set your Apple Watch so the screen stays on for a longer period of time.
You might think printers have no private data. But some may retain vestiges.
A reader wants to reduce her iCloud Photo Library size as she's run out of her purchased storage. There's a workaround.
A reader lacks Photos, iTunes, and Movies items in the Open dialog.
The company's app-based payment system for in-store purchases isn't perfect, but it's nearly delightful.
Glenn and Susie talk about the iOS 10 beta, macOS Sierra beta, new Mac malware, and whaaaaat is the deal with Pokémon Go.