Five hundred episodes young, we celebrate with special guests Cyrus Farivar, Jason Snell, and the Macalope.
It's not gone, it's just hidden.
A tiny dock affordably opens up a MacBook's potential with ports.
Security researchers discovered a number of weaknesses in iMessage's encryption system. Apple's patches are already slated to appear.
The original Overcast locked its best features away. It added streaming and Handoff in 2.0, and adds patron features and better battery efficiency for all in 2.5.
iOS lets you set a default email address, but you can select one per message as well.
While one port isn’t much, the first desktop-style dock takes full advantage.
A reader wants to be able to keep lower-resolution iPhone images separate from her other photos.
A reader can't play movies from the Vudu service on an external monitor, but it's not Apple's problem.
A reader wonders what resolution files upload to Amazon Cloud Drive with optimization turned on with her iPhone.
A Trojan horse highlights certain challenges to verification that are coming from inside the house.
It's nothing, really. Really. It's nothing.
A reader wonders if two networking methods are matter and anti-matter to each other.
Amazon says few users turned on full-device encryption, but that's the wrong approach to helping users protect their data. Thankfully, the company changed its mind.
Many people want to consolidate their information to a single Apple ID, but some things would get left behind.