You might rely on the Reminders app, but sometimes its banner notifications stack up. That gets awfully annoying. Here are a few ways to handle things, without losing (or forgetting about!) your reminders.
StockTouch is powerful, colorful, highly customizable app. If you're looking for a different approach to iOS-based stock management, it's worth taking a look at.
Panic on Wednesday released its new iPad app, Status Board, which lets you assemble a customizable dashboard of information.
The Twig Case is actually made of paper, and it's available in dozens of designs. And we like it a lot.
We've conditioned ourselves to believe that a $5 app is expensive, and that free apps are better than paid ones. Lex Friedman says we've got to break that habit.
The Zooka Bluetoth speaker sports a clever design. But it's tough to recommend regardless.
Lodsys, the patent-holding company that first made waves a couple years ago, filed suit this week against a slew of iOS developers.
The Marley Chant is inexpensive, compact, and light, and it includes a clever, custom-fit canvas bag. But you shouldn't expect audiophile-quality sound.
The annual Macworld/iWorld conference for next year won't occur in February as originally scheduled. Instead, the conference will leap to late March, and a new expo hall, too.
World Backup Day may be a made-up holiday, but the lesson it brings is an important one: Back up your files, or risk losing everything. It's easier to get started than you might think.
The Enduro Mini is a folio-style leather case for the iPad mini that includes a built-in battery for recharging the tablet. But Lex Friedman found that the case's flaws made the whole thing rather disappointing.
After a month on Windows Phone, Macworld senior writer Lex Friedman is finally allowed to power up his iPhone 5 again. But he's taken away some valuable lessons from the competition.
Apple on Friday disabled the password reset functionality for Apple IDs, following a report from The Verge about a serious vulnerability in the process.
Apple has joined giants like Google and Facebook in offering two-factor authentication as an option for its accounts.
A Russian security firm has identified a new Trojan horse that disguises itself as an Internet plug-in.