Apple's lost device system delivers the goods in this short story of a missing bag.
A reader finds her photo thumbnails are black rectangles instead of little images. How can this be fixed?
A utility you hope rarely to need gets a complete overhaul, omitting familiar features and making some actions easier to carry out.
A researcher finds that Apple lets signed Mac software launch other downloaded apps without a Gatekeeper warning, allowing a potential malware bypass.
Glenn is joined by Jason Snell to discuss the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and El Capitan, all of which Jason reviewed for Macworld.
Some software you may know and lean on won't work in El Capitan due to a new security feature that locks down system files and directories. Here's how to modify that.
How can you take two photo libraries, one created for iPhoto and one for Photos, with duplicates removed and merge them?
The first widespread introduction of malware to the App Store turned out relatively benign. It shows the soft spots in Apple’s security chain.
A better answer to a perplexing and annoying iOS problem in which you're queried to enter a password for an app installed from someone else's account.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Macworld columnist Lisa Schmeiser for a discussion about parenting young kids in the age of social media and omnipresent screens.
Pages 5 seems to have lost the ability to search for tabs, line endings, and other invisible characters. But it's still there; it's just a pain to do it.
With the focus on suppressing ads with content-blocking Safari extensions, security may have taken a backseat. There's a lot to mine there.
Cheaper iCloud storage prices just went into effect, making the service more competitive with Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive.
A reader let a friend manually install an app on his iPhone. Years later, it started asking for a password—but which app.
iOS 9 brings Safari filters that can block ads, trackers, video, popups, and more. Here's how to choose a content blocker and set it up.