How to sort tables directly in Pages, open ancient documents, cope with insufficient EPUB support, and solve an issue with disappearing text replacements in this week's column.
Apple said at WWDC it would build a more integrated and comprehensive two-factor security system into its next OS releases, and today explains what that means.
A deep setting in Firefox lets you reduce tracking even further than Do Not Track. It seems to be a dead end, but the path is being well trod.
The Hacking Team got hacked. Safari may (or may not) be the new Internet Explorer. Not all music can play over all speakers. It's been a strange week.
A short trip from Seattle to Vancouver, B.C., shows how thin our conduit is to connectivity—and how expensive an international pipe remains.
A massive breach in the private data of a firm that sells software to governments to spy on communications shows that jailbroken iPhones are vulnerable.
This week, Glenn answers questions about deauthorizing software, reinstalling AirPort Utility, managing a Fusion drive, and Migration Assistant.
A new research paper revealed a method of fooling a VPN that two iOS developers found applies to iOS. The scope is critical, but it should be hard to exploit.
Along with Apple Music came fixes for a laundry list of exploits and a long-overdue change to Apple's digital certificate policy.
This week, we answer questions about bookmark sync failure, managing Top Sites in Safari, dysfunction keys, and ransomware.
El Capitan might not have a million new features, but the ones it does have should remove a lot of friction in your daily digital life.
Last week, an academic paper revealed a number of specific flaws in intra-application communication and shared resources for the Mac and iOS App Stores. We review what's already been fixed.
This overhaul to Tweetbot for OS X brings improvements, but also some horsiness. A minor upgrade is needed.
Photos is the app that won't stop until it drops. More answers to your questions about working through missing features and potential bugs.
A new research paper reveals methods for OS X and iOS malware that makes it into the App Store to steal passwords and app data, as well as hijack session tokens.