A Wall Street Journal piece that argues Apple should kill the Macintosh line completely ignores Apple's fundamental thinking about its future.
The fifth release of the shortcut-expanding TextExpander reminds you of patterns you've already set and watches for new ones.
A researcher finds that Mail in iOS improperly filters HTML, allowing a pop-up menu to appear that closely mimics the iCloud log in.
Apple's News app raises questions about what the company will approve. Will it be like podcasts, or App Store review?
Glenn and Susie start discussing the WWDC keynote, but they have so much to say they only get through iOS 9 and watchOS 2. Tune in next week for the rest!
Apple puts two factors front and center to secure accounts in iOS and OS X, while suggesting a longer passcode in iOS 9.
Newsstand's replacement, News, gathers user-selected and algorithmically picked news sources into a single app iOS 9 that repackages stories to display richly at any size.
From pinning web pages to showing multiple desktops, This OS X upgrade includes welcome improvements to Safari, Mail and more.
A researcher says he's found a way to exploit a security flaw in newer Macs' boot firmware. But will malicious parties ever take advantage of it? Probably not.
A recent massive Comcast 'outage' was caused by the failure of a piece of Internet infrastructure that's absolutely necessary, but you can change out on your own.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Greenbot's Florence Ion to discuss the most exciting things Google announced at its own developers conference, and what we'd like to hear about at WWDC.
We try to answer all questions here, but sometimes we only get 95 percent of the way to the answer. Sometimes the answer is just "ghosts in the machine."
Early extensions of iPhone apps for varying forms of authentication find a useful home as Watch apps.
Chrome users recently started seeing a warning or an error about outdated encryption used by websites for secure connections.
The Photos for OS X questions keep pouring in and they're all pretty as a picture—an out-of-focus one.