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Marco Tabini is based in Toronto, Canada, where he focuses on software development for mobile devices and for the Web.

Passwarden review: An interesting but flawed password manager for OS X

Passwarden may not be the absolute best password manager in the market, but it has a few interesting features and, despite its flaws, does many things right.

Apple and the quest for a bigger smartphone screen

Big smartphones are seemingly everywhere, but size isn't everything, and Apple may well be right to keep the iPhone where it is.

The Week in iPad Cases: Transformer

Whether you're strolling down High Street or climbing the most forbidding of mountains, this week's iPad-case roundup has something for you.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Open secrets

In the latest edition of our weekly iPhone-case roundup, you'll find everything from the thin to the waterproof, including one protective accessory that keeps both your phone and your secrets safe.

Hands-on: New 1Password 4 looks like a worthy update to a great OS X app

Even in a marketplace that's becoming increasingly crowded, 1Password stands out as an excellent password management tool for users of all stripes.

Behind the lens: A look at the technology inside the iPhone 5s camera

When it comes to taking pictures on the go, it's hard to beat the convenience of a smartphone, and Apple has gone to great lengths to make sure that the iPhone 5s can take amazing shots even if you're not a pro photographer.

The Week in iPhone Cases: No business like it

Apple’s new handsets are again front and center in this week’s iPhone-case roundup, with lots of new gear designed to protect and, of course, to please the eye.

Security flaw allows unwanted code execution in Mailbox app

A newly-found bug in the popular Mailbox app, which was acquired by cloud storage giant Dropbox earlier this year, allows HTML e-mails to execute JavaScript code without the user's permission.

Erato review: See Markdown previews in real time

WIth its live preview, Erato makes it easy to find errors.

Apple's Touch ID may not be bulletproof, but it's still useful

Apple's new fingerprint technology may have been hacked, but that doesn't mean you should just give up on it.

The Week in iPad Cases: Crystal hearts

After a week dominated by iPhone news, we're back with a new installment of our weekly iPad-case roundup. You'll find the usual mix of protective accessories for your favorite tablet, including one that has a heart of… crystal.

The Week in iPhone Cases: Taste the rainbow

Given the debut of Apple's new iPhone models, you might expect that this week’s roundup of iPhone protection would be full of cases for those new phones. You would be correct.

Google Wallet client lands on iOS, missing a key feature

Google's Wallet service has arrived on iOS with a native app that is well-designed, but ultimately only mildly useful.

Reeder 2 review: Popular RSS reader gets a fresh coat of iOS 7-friendly paint

After the RSS mess caused by Google Reader's death, Silvio Rizzi's popular RSS-feed reader is back with a new iOS 7-friendly look and the same, time-tested user interface. Though it needs some minor tweaks to reach the same level of polish as its predecessor.

Amazon Instant Video for iOS adds AirPlay support, IMDB integration

Watching movies and TV shows just got a little easier thanks to an update that brings Amazon's video streaming service one step closer to your living room.