It seems like Apple put a Watch under the hood of the new MacBook Pro's touch-based interface for security and interaction.
Did an invitation to buy products appear repeatedly in your calendar in the last few days? You can fix it.
Rumor has it, Apple is getting out of the router game—for good, or just in preparation for a video streamer slash router slash home hub?
A reader wonders which option to choose among several.
Twitter has ramped up filtering and reporting options on its website and in its mobile apps.
A reader offers a tip for deleting cached files to fix a problem that bothered him.
A reader wants to clean up their list of Bluetooth devices.
A reader gets locked out from sending email via iCloud due to limits most people don't encounter.
A security researcher finds a gaping hole in automatic network connections made by plugging in a dongle.
If you want everything that's not in a Smart Album, you have to tag everything in that album.
A reader wonders about hard links, iPhoto, and Photos, and what happens when the iPhoto Library gets deleted.
Sierra makes a small change in launching less-validated software, but it's still there.
Apple's new design book—and its attitude lately—are pretty annoying, but Susie's still really into the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.
As we near 2017, browsers start complaining more about rotten website security, but it’s never been easier to assure yourself you’re safe.
Folders from versions past may be full of gigabytes of duplicates or unwanted files.