Mac malware keeps appearing, but very little of it hits many people. How should you protect yourself in 2017?
From ease of set up through broad compatibility, including with Apple's HomeKit, these smart plugs hit nearly every mark.
A recent social-media hijacking reveals how poor services are about aging out unused connections.
Scammers leverage an alleged iCloud account leak that also is likely not real.
Find Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac aren't new, but they're often forgotten when setting up a system—or when a device goes missing.
What seems like overreach may actually be an iCloud quirk.
Apple's new, cheaper iPad simplifies the lineup and leaves room for an upcoming refresh of the iPad Pro.
A macOS app can replace or complement other backup alternatives while putting more encryption control in your hands.
There’s isn’t a solution within Apple’s Photos app, so it’s PowerPhotos to the rescue.
Confused about iCloud Desktop and Documents? Here’s a bit of clarification on how it works.
Inaccurate reporting may give the impression that the best apps, like Signal and WhatsApp, have been cracked. They haven’t.
A couple of workarounds for selectively reducing the resolution of your photo imports.
The iPad rumors won't quit, and we're thinking more about accessibility.
What to do when Apple keeps pestering you with a request for a security approval and there doesn't seem to be a way to grant it or deny it.
What to do when you’re trying to switch from iPhoto to Photos and you can’t get your photos to import properly.