Glenn and Susie talk about the upcoming Apple event, interview Jonathan Abrams of Nuzzel, and discuss how bananas it is that Android Wear watches work with iPhones now.
iBooks likes to keep books listed, even after you've deleted them. A reader wonders if that can be changed.
Call them content filters or ad blockers, iOS 9's ability to plug apps into Safari that handle how items are retrieved on web pages will change the way we mobile surf.
Where does Photos for OS X stash pictures?
You already knew that secure web connections prevent snooping by criminals and others on points between you and a server. But they also keep networks from injecting advertising.
Glenn's testing a few early iOS 9 content blockers, and already the difference is staggering.
The membership data for a site that advertised itself as catering to cheating married people has been disclosed, shredding some last vestige of online confidentiality.
Readers ask about how to clear out space used by multimedia in the Photos app through deletion and optimization.
We are so ready for a new Apple TV.
Readers are having trouble with Apple's Continuity configuration and consistency for phone calls.
Photos for OS X is a big leap forward from iPhoto, but it's missing several transition and regular-usage features that PowerPhotos brings to the table.
In the wake of T-Mobile's aggressive, expansive plans, AT&T is the latest carrier to blink. But wait: Prices will drop much more.
There's an increasing gap in the security and integrity of iOS devices running iOS 7 and before, but also a constantly shrinking quantity of such hardware.
Readers (still!) have (many, many!) questions about several features in Photos for OS X.
A reader asks if the Cinema Display or the Thunderbolt Display can be connected via USB-C.